Heavenly Pieces, Knockando Kirk's Wednesday afternoon teas, continues to draw in the crowds, sometimes with over one hundred people attending including parishioners, Moray fowk fae a' the airts, and visitors from all over Britain and the world. Everyone receives a warm welcome and the atmosphere is one of good fellowship and friendship, with church members making a special effort to speak to strangers, while they enjoy their tea, coffee and home bakes. Often organ music can be heard and it is still possible to sit at the front of the church and enjoy a time of peace and reflection. Our hard working bakers, welcomers, tea-pourers and helpers help to ensure that that the ancient Christian practices of hospitality and welcome on the one hand, and positive action for the poorest of the poor on the other (through our Traidcraft Stall - see below), are alive and well in the Parish of Knockando, Elchies and Archiestown.
KNOCKANDO, ELCHIES & ARCHIESTOWN KIRK NEWS