Shetland Methodists
Our Circuit Churches - North Roe
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A Methodist presence has been in North Roe since 1822, with the first Kirk being built in 1824, to be replaced by the current building in 1878.

In recent years the church building has undergone extensive renovations internally, and re-roofing and disabled access externally, followed in 2015 with new windows.

Contact points:

For information about any of the activities listed please contact:

Joy or Paul French:
Sunday Worship is held fortnightly at 3.15pm. To check dates and confirm times and find out who is preaching see our latest Preaching Plan by clicking the link on the home page of our website.

There are Easter, Summer and Christmas Kids Clubs, made possible by the versatile space created, and the disabled toilet.

A study group has been started (Feb. 2017) with 6-week study units

“Cuppa and Cupcakes”  in winter afternoons on Wednesdays, fortnightly from 2pm - 3pm.

“Makkin & Yarnin” (knitters) run on Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm - to 9.30pm.

Other events are advertised locally.

A warm welcome awaits you in our peerie Kirk at all of our services and functions.
Come in, sit a while, and make yourself a cuppa.   

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