Banff Parish Church
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Care and Share
Did you know we can show we care for people by praying for them?
Click here for Superbook: bible-based videos, games and challenges.
Can we help you? We are happy to pray about anything that is going on in your life, happy or sad. We can help you say 'thank you' when you are celebrating or ask Jesus to be with you through your worries. Let us know if we can help by filling in the form below.
Alternatively you could try saying the Lord's Prayer, below, out loud or in your head. It's a great prayer to say when you want to pray but can't quite find the right words.
All are welcome at any of our groups. Find out more here.
Want to try something new? Have a look here.
We're always looking for people to help out. Click here to see some of the things we do.
Getting married? Having a baby? We'd love to help celebrate your special time. Find out about weddings and christenings here.
Find out how to contribute to our magazine here - we'd love to hear from you!
and Family Work Management Group oversee
much of the work with and for families
that happens within our church. Between us we
have many years’ experience of working
with children, whether that be in schools, in
church or in our own homes. We are passionate
about caring for and supporting
and sharing the help and peace that we
believe Jesus can offer. Do come and say hello if
you see us out and about in town!
You can get in touch with us via the church office or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Join in with our latest Bookbug with Makaton session. This time the theme is 'Out and about'.
Here's a lovely book to make to help you remember and understand the Lord's prayer - click here.
Try making this prayer dice.
(including Bookbug with Makaton)
For latest updates on activities for children and families please click here.
Click here to sing 'I'll be a helper'.
God sent the Holy Spirit to be a special helper to all of us. Click here to listen to Sheila tell the story.