'Serving Christ and our Parish’
As a family in Dyce, we seek to build the Kingdom of God in this parish through the faithful preaching of God's word, prayer and directed action. By faith and example proclaiming the Gospel to our community in a meaningful way.
Please enjoy this video on what to expect when returning to church. Select the link above to find out how to book your seat and further information.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
God has not abandoned us. He is however, using this situation to teach us to trust him. This time will pass. Ultimately, God will use it for his glory, and for our own well being.
God is speaking to me in this storm, I'm sure the same is true of you. May we trust in the Lord, looking to him for our deliverance.
In this uncertain time place a rainbow in your window. The rainbow is a sign of God's covenant with his people. Just as he delivered Noah and his family from the flood, so too he will deliver us.
Nothing is too hard for our God.
Be blessed today.
Check out this great video, comforting words from our Minister and Assistant Minister
(For more videos select the Sermon tab at the top of the page)
Visit the Dyce Parish Church Facebook page for Manson's daily message at 11am
And Sunday worship at 11am
We would love to pray for you or someone you know.
It was great to see some of you back in church for prayer! We will be at church again this week to welcome you.
All we ask is:
Wear a face covering (this does not need to be a mask)
Sanitise your hands on entry with the sanitiser provided
Stay 2M from other people
Thank you for continuing to support our church and community!
We cannot thank you all enough for your generosity at this time from Foodbank donations to words of encouragement it's in times like these that we fully appreciate our community and the people who help to make it so special. Our church building is closed but the work of the church continues. We greatly appreciate the regular committed and generous giving of our members and congregation, it is necessary to support and sustain the work we do.
Together we can ensure the church, that's all of us, continues to demonstrate God's generosity, faithfulness and love. If ever the church has been needed in our community it is now.
If you would like to help us by making a donation please select the link and help in any way you can. We are ever so grateful for your donation.
Dyce Parish Church.
Due to increased demand we are running low on a few items in our Foodbank.
If you are able when you are shopping could you pop a few extra items in your trolly? Anything you can spare would be greatly appreciated, however we are particularly low on the following items:
If you have items please call the Foodbank line; 07486603330 leave your name and telephone number and a member of the team will get back to you to arrange a suitable collection time. Please note no contact will be made with you at any time, arrangements will be made to ensure current self isolation and social distancing regulations are followed.
Are you struggling to get food in this tough time?
If so please call our Foodbank Team on: 07486603330
Do you need a chat during this tough time? Let us know!
Rev Manson Merchant: 01224 722380
Rev Joan Thorne: 07368390832
Mr Raymond Mack (Session Clerk) 01224 724798
We regret to inform you that in light of the ongoing crisis caused by the COVID-19 virus, the Presbytery of Aberdeen;
1. Instructs all congregations to cease public worship with immediate effect until further notice and to ensure that the Government advice regarding avoiding non-essential contact with others is adhered to;
2. Encourages congregations to continue pastoral care of their members using other means of communication such as phoning, Skyping, Facetime etc. and to seek ways of offering any practical support that that they can for vulnerable members of the community;
3. Encourages congregations to explore options regarding placing worship resources on their web site or Facebook page if they have one;
4. Encourages everyone to uphold in prayer all who are suffering as a consequence of the virus.
Please share this important notice with others. We endeavour to issue local advice and information soon via Facebook and our website. Please revert to these pages regularly for updates including support and encouragement at this difficult time.
We encourage you to look after your friends, neighbours and relatives by calling, texting and using Facetime and Skype if possible.
Philippians 4: 4-7 New International Version.
Dyce Parish Church
Services 9.30am on the 2nd and last Sunday's of the month and 11am every week
Fergus House, Victoria Grange and Parkhill Court services are listed in the tab above
Our minister had a vision that 2019 would bring great things to our Church through our Lord.
The Dyce congregation would love to welcome more people to worship here. The following words might give you a reason to come along.
If you have problems in your life no matter how big or small (and who amongst us doesn’t) and no matter the subject, health, finances, relationships or just a feeling of being on a permanent treadmill and getting nowhere what would help you deal with those problems. How about having someone to talk with who would never judge, would always be prepared to guide and would love you no matter what. There is someone who does all of those things. He is our Lord Jesus Christ. Praying is the way we talk to God and while it is great to do that by yourself in the comfort of your own home the power of prayer is magnified when you do it in God’s house. Praying in Church or at a prayer meeting brings a feeling of calm and clarity which is deeply comforting.
Please join us on Sundays in Church or Thursday evenings at our Prayer meeting and give it a shot. We are a friendly bunch and you will be welcomed.
Minister - Rev. Manson Merchant
OLM/Locum Minister - Joan Thorne
Office - Cheryl Beaumont
Youth & Family Worker - Natalie Angus
Session Clerk - Raymond Mack
152 Victoria Street, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 7DN, United Kingdom
12:30 – 15:00
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