Alternate Saturdays 6.30pm
Evening Worship in The Scout Hut, Aboyne
Alternate Sundays 6:20pm
Bible Study in Torphins
Every Wednesday 7:30pm
Prayer Meeting in Coull
Anything we can pray for? email@example.com
River Fellowship is an independent Christian church whose deepest purpose is to worship God with our whole lives.
We seek to honour God the Father, and believe in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ His Son. We believe that it is only by faith in Jesus through His Grace that we have everlasting life.
We seek to live by the power and intimacy of the Holy Spirit.
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We believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God and seek to live in accordance with its teaching.
We believe in serving the local community through sharing the good news of Jesus and helping and encouraging those with spiritual, physical and emotional needs.
We desire to equip and release people to become passionate, devoted disciples of Jesus Christ and use and develop the talents and gifts which God has given them.
To be welcoming to all people
- To be a church of friends – devoted to God and each other
- To be committed to bringing the love and good news of Jesus to all
- To see lives changed through the power of the Holy Spirit
- To equip and encourage Christ’s people to do His ministry
To allow God to use us, in whatever way He chooses, to glorify Jesus, His son, through the activity of the Holy Spirit
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Study Notes on Acts 3:17 - 26Promised Days of Restoration 1) All Had Happened According to God’s Plan (v17,18) The mistake due to their ignorance, but God had full knowledge of their actions and worked out His purpose through themGod was giving them a second chance to...
We give thanks for great weather, and for all those who turned out, as we held our Easter service on the banks of the Dee this year. Some pictures below.
Study Notes on Ecclesiastes 3:1-15 Life is Meaningless Without God A) The Problem Stated Ecclesiastes Ch 1 and 2 Solomon sought for something of lasting value, a lasting satisfaction, and realised he could not obtain it in this world But why should he even have this...