Newsletter for the 2nd Sunday of Advent B


Alistair Semple, Angus Macdonald, Lachlan Wynne, Arthur Mcginley, Margaret Macdonald, Margaret B Macdonald, Marion Wynne, Rose Mctaggart, Mary Mackellaig, John Macdonald, John and Mary Alice Kelly, Margaret Culley, John Cairney, Mary Ann Morrison, Annie O Neill, Katherine Mackinnon, Mary Cameron, Joseph Macleod, Neil Maceachan, Murdo Macloed, Mary Ann Kennedy.

Visiting the sick

We are unfortunately unable to visit the sick in their homes at this time. We are still in contact either by phone, or e-mail.

Thank you to all who continue to work in tracking and tracing and cleaning the churches

We give thanks to all who are working so tirelessly to keep our churches safe and open, at this time. Many people have asked if they have to book to come along to mass, during the week, or at the weekend. There are always plenty spaces, and you are all most welcome.


Many people have asked me what is going to happen regarding masses over the Christmas period. Times have still to be arranged, but due to their only being one priest, and the problem of limited numbers of cleaners, and limited numbers who can attend mass at one time, (I.E. 50), we will probably have to have a booking system in place nearer the time.


My day booklets are available now at the back of St. John’s and St. Mary’s.

R.I.P. Annie Gemmell

We pray for the soul of Annie Gemmell who died recently. To her family and friends we offer her sympathy and prayers.