Daviot Church

In the parish of Daviot & Dunlichity

Dunlichity Church

In the parish of Daviot & Dunlichity

Dalarossie Church

In the parish of Moy, Dalarossie & Tomatin

Moy Church

Formely in the parish of Moy, Dalarossie & Tomatin

Now closed

Tomatin Church

Formely in the parish of Moy, Dalarossie & Tomatin

Now closed

Latest News And Events From Our Churches.


Pillowcases to spare?


Have you got any pillowcases to spare? 

If so, can you take them to The Community Shop at Tomatin

on Fridays or Mondays?These will be collected and passed on to a project started by churches in Inverness to turn pillowcases into wash bags which canthen be used by healthcare workers in local care homes to put laundry in.

 The idea is that these wash bags full of dirty laundry can then be put straight into the washing machine to minimise personal risk of infection to healthcare workers.

 If you are self-isolating, or are not able to leave your pillowcases at The Shop for any other reason, please phone Gill Watson on 01808 511247 to arrange collection from the doorstep.

 With our thanks for any pillowcases you are able to donate.


Some Music, Readings and Prayers to Reflect upon during the Coronavirus Epidemic.

Some of us have found it really special in our present circumstances to read Psalm 121 and say The Lord’s Prayer at 11am every morning. At a time when we can’t join together for worship and our usual church activities, doing this has helped give us a sense of connection with each other and reassurance that we are not on our own.


The Service will be a JOINT COMMUNION SERVICE with DAVIOT & DUNLICHITY at 11am led by REV ROBERT, our Interim Moderator.  (Please note slightly later time) with a BRING AND SHARE LUNCH afterwards. (Please bring a plate of food for sharing, if you can).
On behalf of the Interim Moderator and the Kirk Session, I would like to thank Susan who is retiring after many years of looking after and preparing the Communion and the linen and silver.  She carried out these duties with Patrick, and latterly on her own, with great diligence, care and reverence. Thank you Susan.
Thanks to everyone who brought goods for the Foodbank this morning. It’s good to support this.