Findochty Methodist Church

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Seaview Road
AB56 4QJ


The UK government has issued guidance concerning the Coronacirus and in line with this guidance the Methodist Church is announcing a closure of all its church buildings for the foreseeable future. This means all services and activities will cease until further notice.

We are continuing to worshp together online. And there are a number of resources available.

Our minster, Rev Chris Jackson, is producing a weekly act of worship which can be found through his YouTube channel by clicking here

check out our Facebook page here

Our District chair Rev Mark Slaney is also streaming a live act of worship every Sunday at 11am. This can be found on his channel here

The Methodist church is also producing a downloadable act of worship to use at home. Please print this out for personal use, or to give to someone who does not have access to the internet. download here

You will also find a number of others resources and up to date advice on the Methodist Church UK website.

What can we do ?

We can pray, we can pick up the phone and chat with each other, we can offer help to the most vulnerable, we can come closer to God in our need.

If you wish to talk or ask a question or any other request for pastoral care please do not hesitate to contact our minister using the details below:

Rev Chris Jackson,  4 Titness Street, Buckie, AB56 1HR, Tel: 01542 833765


Church Bookings and Information: Margaret Spence
6, Morven Crescent, Findochty, Buckie. AB56 4QL 01542 835356

There has been a Methodist church in the village since the early 1870s. The building above has been in use since it was built in 1916. Prior to that Methodists worshipped in a building currently used by the Salvation Army in the village. The Methodist movement along the South coast of the Moray Firth was greatly expanded and organised from the Revival of the 1860s. James Turner, a cooper from Peterhead, who was called to preach, was the most important Methodist influence in the area during this time.

The congregation of today is made up mostly of retired people. Average attendance at Sunday morning worship is 15-20

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