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Welcome to the website of Bonar Bridge and Lairg Free Church, a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland.  This website gives details of our service times, how to locate us and how to contact us.

We are an evangelical church committed to the gospel of Jesus Christ and to the public worship of God in the beautiful Highland county of Sutherland.  If you live in the area or plan to visit for work or holiday, we would like to invite you to join us for worship and fellowship at our meetings in Bonar Bridge, Lairg and Rosehall.  

We believe the Bible in its entirety to be the Word of God and we also hold to the Westminster Confession of Faith as an expression of what we believe. 

Upcoming meetings:

  • Sabbath 31st January
    • Morning service         10.30 am Lairg; 12 noon Bonar Bridge
    • Evening service          6.30 pm Rosehall
  • Wednesday 3rd February       Prayer meeting 7 pm Lairg APC
  • Sabbath 7th February
    • Morning service         10.30 am Lairg; 12 noon Bonar Bridge
    • Evening service           6.30 pm Lairg
  • Wednesday 10th February      Prayer meeting 7.30 pm Lairg FC hall
  • Sabbath 14th February
    • Morning service         10.30 am Lairg; 12 noon Bonar Bridge
    • Evening service           6.30 pm Bonar Bridge
  • Wednesday 17th February     Prayer meeting 7.30 pm Bonar Bridge
  • Sabbath 21st February
    • Morning service         10.30 am Lairg: 12 noon Bonar Bridge
    • Evening service           6.30 pm Lairg
  • Tuesday 23rd February    Northern Presbytery meets in Brora church hall 7.30 pm
  • Wednesday 24th February   Prayer meeting  7.30 pm Bonar Bridge
  • Thursday 25th February     Ladies Meeting 7 pm Lairg hall
  • Friday 26th February       SU meeting Lairg church hall 6 – 8 pm
  • Sabbath 28th February
    • Morning service       10.30 am Lairg; 12 noon Bonar Bridge
    • Evening service         6.30 pm Rosehall

 

Bonar Bridge Free Church is a registered charity, SCO38163

Lairg Free Church is a registered charity, SCO38168

Picture – View from Struie viewpoint looking across Dornoch Firth.

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