Welcome to the web site of the Presbytery of Aberdeen and Shetland. The Presbytery was formed on June 1st 2020, when the Presbyteries of Aberdeen and Shetland merged.
We are a diverse Presbytery, marrying together the city of Aberdeen with the islands of Shetland. There are 30 congregations in the Presbytery.
On Shetland, there is a single parish with one Kirk Session, but it is made up of a number of Local Churches, each with their own building and Leadership Team.
This website contains information about all the congregations within the Presbytery. However, if you require additional information either about a congregation or the Presbytery in general, please do not hesitate to contact the Presbytery Office where we will be only too glad to help.
Youth Representatives at the General Assembly May 2022 L-R Anna Pizzuto-Pomaco, Beth Wallace, Matthew Philip, Rebekka Read and Kate MacFadyen. Our Presbytery Youth Representative, Matthew Philip reflects on his time at the General Assembly and his personal involvement...
The Presbytery of Aberdeen and Shetland came into being in 2020. This video about the work of our Presbytery was shown at the General Assembly. It was produced and presented by the Rev Peter Johnston. Click on this link to view the film: A Review of the Presbytery...
Rev. Scott RenniePresbytery Meeting March 22Queens Cross Parish Church After the Easter services at Queens Cross Church, Aberdeen, their minister for 13 years, Rev Scott Rennie, left for a new charge at Crown Court, Church of Scotland, London. His induction will...
“Restructured, Rebuilt, Reborn” The cross at Oldmachar Church, Bridge of Don. Lovingly restored and rebuilt by committed volunteers and rededicated by the Rev Jim Weir on Easter Sunday – 17th April 2022.
Mrs. Fiona BenzieWe were very sad to hear the news of Fiona Benzie’s passing. Rev. Dr. Robert Smith will be conducting the service of thanksgiving for her life on Monday 28th March at 12pm at Rubislaw Parish Church, Aberdeen. He says, “Fiona Benzie was a loving wife,...
Guidance for Congregational Office Bearers During the Pandemic
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