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Light House welcomes Turriff families to open day

By Kirsty Brown

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An open day organised by Light House Community Church on Saturday attracted lots of visitors to the church’s inaugural service.

People of all ages flocked to the event to enjoy a barbecue, games and activities as well as hear testimony and live music.

The indoor service was led by pastor Kevin Duthie from Fraserburgh Community Church, and he was joined by Jimmie Vowles, pastor from Bathgate, who shared his story of finding God and breaking away from the darkness of “the same old same old”.

Following the event’s success it is hoped that church services can take place every four weeks on a Saturday evening.

The weekend also saw the long-awaited return of Light House Youth Club, which has been closed since March 2020.

The youth club provides a social space for youngsters in S1-S6 every Friday evening during term time.

There was a strong turnout with lots of young people interested in checking out the newly-renovated space and new equipment, which provides opportunities to indulge in various popular activities.

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