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Here are some of our favourites from recent months: -
Many thanks to Dawn Sinclair for this stunning view of the Kirk against the Northern Lights!
Lyall and Isabel handing over a cheque to Thurso Lifeboat. The donation came from the collection taken up at the Christmas Carol Service in John O' Groats Hall.
Our latest group of communicant members, admitted on 15th March - Henry and Marilyn Gunn, Kirsty Shearer, Isabel Mackay and Gwen Coghill. Mairi Anne Cormack was also admitted but dashed off before we had a chance to get her in the photo!
The ordination of Rev Lyall Rennie as assistant minister
The baptism of Cara Sinclair on 11th May 2014 - seen here with parents Stuart and Claire
Lyall presenting the RNLI with a cheque for £500 raised at the Church's Flower Festival in 2010
Here is the Youth Group hard at work planning their next Hollywood Production!
Doesn't the Church look well with its new coat of paint!
A Right Royal Affair ....Prince Charles posing with some of the Keiss and Canisbay Youth Group following his worship in Canisbay Church
The Church and the hall in the evening light
Hugh Simpson being presented with a letter of thanks by Lyall, in recognition of forty years service as an elder of Canisbay Church. We are all deeply grateful to Hugh whose good nature and solid faith has been a rock on which our congregation could always depend.
HARVEST THANKSGIVING 2009
What a beautiful job Christine made of decorating the Kirk for the Harvest Thanksgiving this year. Huge thanks to her from everyone!
God Speed Safe Home!
Edmund and his lovely family at the door of the manse.
Edmund - who is studying in Aberdeen - spent some time with us on placement over the summer and was a huge help in carrying on the work of the Church. We thank him and wish him every blessing with his studies and his future career
Sunday Club gets going - our first meeting!