WELCOME TO ST DROSTANS ONLINE!

 

 

We are now open again for Sunday services -

 

Please wear a mask and observe social distancing.

 

 

 

Harvest - Local Farmers at Work.

 

 

 

 

(Thanks to Mr Eric Watt for the drone footage)

 

Message From Ruth Mackenzie, Our Interim Moderator

 

Passing of the Seasons


Once again, summer is slipping away and being replaced by autumn, the season of ‘mellow fruitfulness’, when we gather in all our summer produce and thank God for His provision for us. We take it so much for granted that, as surely as night turns into day, we will have food on our table each day. The COVID pandemic has made us realise that not only in places such as Malawi, children are hungry but nearer home, in our own towns and cities, maybe in our own village, there is a greater reliance on foodbanks then we could ever have imagined. Parents go hungry so their children can eat – a choice too horrific to contemplate, many people of all ages have to choose between food and heating their homes. We need to remember to thank God for his provision for us day by day and something very practical we can do when we visit the supermarket – buy an extra tin or packet and drop it off at your local foodbank in Fraserburgh.


‘All good gifts around us are sent from Heaven above,
Then thank the Lord, O thank the Lord
For all His love’


(Matthias Claudius 1740-1815
Tr Jane Montgomery Campbell 1817 – 78)

 

Latest Newsletter

 

Our latest newsletter is now available. If you haven't received one already, do pick one up at the church or download it here.

 

Lunch Club

 

This new venture had one lunch before the COVID restrictions halted everything. The good news is that it is starting again on Wednesday 27th October at 12.30pm in the Village Hall. The cost is £5.00 for 2 courses - reserve your place by contacting the usual people.