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Ellon churches go virtual in lockdown

By Kirsty Brown

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With the latest restrictions forcing places of worship to close, many local churches have opted to take their services online.

Ellon Parish Church

During this latest lockdown Ellon Parish Church have confirmed that they will continue to provide online services.

These services can be accessed through Facebook or Youtube, where they premiere at 10.30am each Sunday, as well as on the Ellon Parish Church website.

In addition to the services the church holds various other virtual activities and releases a weekly magazine, and anybody wishing to be added to the mailing list for this should e-mail: info@ellonparishchurch.co.uk.

Catalyst Vineyard Ellon

Throughout January Catalyst Vineyard Ellon will stream their Sunday service at 10.30am on Livestream.catalyst.vin.

The church offers services and activities for all ages, and the virtual services can be watched back on the Catalyst Vineyard Youtube channel.

Ellon Baptist Church

Until such time as it is safe to return to physical services, Ellon Baptist Church will be streaming their service through Facebook every Sunday at 10.30am and 6pm.

The page settings are such that it is possible to watch the services even if you do not have a Facebook account.

Tarves and Barthol Chapel

While coronavirus restrictions are in place Tarves Church is holding Sunday services on Zoom jointly with Barthol Chapel Church, to which everyone is welcome to join in.

The Zoom link is available from session clerk Susanna by calling: 851345 or e-mailing: smbichard@aol.com.

A computer is not essential as the service can be accessed via landline or mobile phone.

Details of all services, including the Order of Service, are posted on the church website each week.

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