Bon Accord Bulletin 22nd November 2020



Services, for those not attending the church in person, can be found by logging in to the Bon Accord Free Church web site, and then clicking “sermons” followed by “live sermons” or by logging on Both morning and evening services will be live streamed.


The services this weekend will be conducted by, Rev. David Meredith, mission director of the Free Church of Scotland. Next weekend the services will be conducted by Rev. Iver Martin.

The evening service this week is followed by a time of fellowship over Zoom. Neighbourhood fellowships will take place this week. Details for joining will be circulated within each group. Details for joining this meeting is circulated through the weekly Bon Accord intimation email, otherwise please send an enquiry through the web site.


BA Contact details:

Contact details for deacons and elders can be found in the congregational directory.


Groups meeting this week:







Details for joining these meetings are circulated through the weekly Bon Accord intimation email, otherwise please send an enquiry through the web site


Ladies book group



Ladies Bible Study



Guys’ Bible study



Girls’ Bible study




These meetings all take place using Zoom.


Return to worshipping in Bon Accord’s building:

The church building capacity is still restricted to 50 people, therefore registering in advance is essential. An online form will be sent out each week via email.


Updated information on changes to the church building layout and operating procedures for people in the building is available on the church website. Included in this information is the recent update in Scottish Government guidance stating that it is now mandatory for members of the congregation to wear a face mask at all times when in the church building.


Youth Fellowship:

YF will be meeting downstairs after the evening service from 7.30-8.30pm. All students and young adults are very welcome!

We will be adhering to social distancing and masks will need to be worn. For more details check out the student and young adult FB page or speak to Anne or any of our Student Team.


Blythswood Shoebox Appeal 2020:

Thanks to all who contributed to this year’s Shoebox Appeal. Despite the overall expectation that collections would be down by a third this year, we managed to collect more boxes that last year! With the boxes handed in and with further boxes made up from donated items, we managed to collect 78 boxes and so together with those collected from Gilcomston, Maryculter and St Ternans, we managed to pass on 140 boxes this year. This is so encouraging and it’s great to know that each of these boxes will make such a difference to those who receive them. Thank you all for your kindness and generosity - it is much appreciated.