Our Service of Remembrance will be taken by Sue Good on Sunday 10th November, starting at 10.50. This slightly earlier start time is to allow us to participate in the national Act of Remembrance at 11am


Saturday 9th November at 1pm, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
A talk by Dr Maureen Sier, Director of Interfaith Scotland and workshops by Police Scotland and the charity, City of Sanctuary

Aberdeen Hindu Trust are having a service and meal on Saturday 16th November during Interfaith Week at Mile End Primary School Starting with the sharing service at 4pm on the theme of Eat/Share/Love there will be food available from 5pm. Tickets for the food will be 7GBP.


Sunday Services take place at 11am throughout the year apart from Sundays in July and the last week of December, when the church is closed.

Services are conducted in a relaxed and informal atmosphere by our Minister, the Rev Caroline Cormack, by members of the Congregation or a visiting Celebrant.

Our Congregation is made up of people from all walks of life and from many different religious backgrounds who wish to explore and develop their beliefs in the company of others.

There is therefore no fixed order of service and the worship pattern changes from time to time, but will usually consist of music, hymn-singing, readings from inspirational works of world literature, prayers from many sources and an address on the service topic. Meditation and meditative singing may also feature.

Currently there is no children's programme in operation, but arrangements will be made to cater for children accompanying their parents to worship.

Conversation and Refreshments are there to be enjoyed after the service for a modest donation.