Events and Regular Activities:
There are many weekly, monthly or annual events held throughout the year. Read on to find out more.
For regular activities happening weekly or monthly in our church, or for forthcoming events, see individual pages under the ACTIVITIES drop-down menu or click on the links (blue buttons) below.
For annual activities, continue to read this page.
Also check the Google DIARY for last minute alterations to planned events and times.
If you wish, you can download the diary to include it with your own electronic diary. This is the address:
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There are several family events organised throughout the year. These are co-ordinated and organised by Myra Scoular with the support of a team of helpers. Myra can be contacted in the church office by email or telephone.
01241 230300 (Thursday mornings)
What's on? email:
We have a small church database of email addresses for families within the church which we use to send out a monthly events email. This is not a complete list of all the activities of the church but does include many of the events that are taking place. If you would like your details added to our database then please enter your email address below and click subscribe. We shall begin sending you a monthly reminder of what is happening within our congregation.
Read the latest What's On? Newsletter below:
St Vigeans Summer Fete
The fete is held in mid June each year in the Glebe, Church and Hall. There are many attractions, stalls, activities and refreshments. The fete in 2020 will be on Saturday 13th June.
Music in St Vigeans
In June each year, Miss Addison, organizes a series of hour-long Sunday afternoon concerts in the church which offer a varied programme by guest vocalists and instrumentalists from the local area and farther afield. All performers give of their time and talent freely.
Entry is by donation at the door of the church and all proceeds are for the St Vigeans Music Fund. Refreshments are provided in the hall afterwards.
Each summer there is a holiday club which runs during the last week of the school holidays.
The contact is Gerda Reid 07873 394126
A bus outing and a stop for refreshments is usually organized in May each year for our senior members.
Also for our Seniors, a Christmas party in the hall is organized each year, usually for the first or second Saturday in December. If you are retired, please have your name added to THE LIST to register your interest.
The contacts for these events are
Mary Milne 01241 550173
and Helen Taylor 01241 875901
Heart & Soul 2020 Sunday, 17th May - 2.00pm - 4.20pm
‘Big Weekend' for the Church of Scotland, a special ‘Heart and Soul 2020' event will take place (online) on 17th May 2020. The current crisis (coronavirus pandemic) has meant that the original event, scheduled to have taken place in Princes Street Gardens on that day, has had to be cancelled.
However, a number of features from the event in Princes Street Gardens can be transferred into an online format, and The Church of Scotland is going to screen an abridged ‘Heart and Soul' at 2.00pm on 17th May - when the original event would have taken place. The programme will run until about 4.20pm. A recording of the event will be available soon afterwards. You will be able to watch the event live on the Church of Scotland website (www.churchofscotland.org.uk) and live on the Facebook page (fb.me/churchofscotland).
Hosted by our usual presenters, Rev Ken Froude, Seonaid Knox and Rev Justin Taylor, the event begins with a replay of the service of installation for the new Moderator, Rev Martin Fair. Without giving too much away, the event features a mix of worship, music, stories and some exciting ‘In Conversation' guests.
Heart and Soul regulars ‘Fischy Music' will lead a special segment for all ages, and we hope that you'll join in all the actions from home! Spread throughout the afternoon will be some very special conversations: Hugh Pym will be in conversation with Prof Jason Leitch and Viv Dickenson from CrossReach, discussing how they have all been tackling Coronavirus and also how their own faith has helped them. Very Rev Susan Brown will be in conversation with Ross Greer MSP and Tara Shannon from CoSY discussing climate justice. Prison Chaplain Anne Stewart will be in conversation with Hospital Chaplain Mark Evans talking about chaplaincy as a career and the impact of Coronavirus in their places of work.
No Heart and Soul would be complete without some hearty singing, and we've chosen some highlights from the archive over the last ten years of Heart and Soul, the Guild Big Sing and the General Assembly to round things off.
No National Youth Assembly in 2020.
Instead there are to be two smaller events. More information to come.
Contact for website is Heather Lockhart, 01241 876495, 07974 663474, firstname.lastname@example.org