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On the evening before the Male Voice festival you can preview the North Ness Boys who are the guests at the East Church the following evening. Also featuring Mary MacVicar singing. Please feel free to use this information on your own Church website.
The Gathering Letter received from Lynn Fraser A local community project – Inverness Townscape Heritage – centred on Academy Street. Throughout the next 12 months we will be working with the teams at Inverness Museum and Art Gallery, The Highland Archive Centre and Inverness Library to share items from their collections that help to tell(…)
On Saturday 12th November 2016 there will be another ‘Women in the East’ Day . Details to follow but please keep this day free.
For more information on the course visit www.christianityexplored.org Tuesday Join us at Inverness East Church, Academy Street, Inverness.
After the summer break, the fellowship groups will be starting up again in September. These are small groups who get together about once a month for fellowship, study and support and are open to anyone who is interested. These are informal groups which consider and discuss various biblical themes and offer opportunities for open discussion on how we can(…)
VOLUNTEERS SOUGHT Raigmore Community Centre is intending to set up an Assistance to Work Club in The Centre starting after Easter. The Club will operate initially on Monday afternoons from 2 to 4 pm and will support local unemployed/not working persons to search, apply for and move into work. The Job Club will be supported(…)
ARK SUNDAY CLUB Each Sunday the Ark meets at 2pm in the Raigmore Community Centre.
Holiday Club After a Holiday Club review, we have decided to run the Holiday Club for three days this year, from 7th to 9th August inclusive, with the closing barbeque on Saturday 9th August at 5pm. Instead of closing at 12:15, each day will be extended to 1:30 and will include a sandwich lunch. The(…)
HIGHLAND FOODBANK The Shack is now a registered facility to distribute food help on behalf of the Highland Foodbank. Derek & the East Church are delighted to work in conjunction with Blythswood to provide food packs to single persons & families who find themselves beset by genuine crisis.
Men’s Breakfasts at the Shack gets under way on Saturday 15 March 10am. Will take place fortnightly.
A number of image galleries charting the progress of the Shack development from the first day on the job to it’s opening.