a welcoming Church The Congregation of Alves and Burghead is a family - a Church family. We are a diverse and inclusive community - everybody is made most welcome in our midst. Geographically, we represent the historic Parish of Alves to the west of Elgin in Moray, Scotland. In our parish there are two main communities: Alves and Burghead - one farming the hinterland, and the other based on an ancient coastal village extended to foster trade and the herring fishing. The church in use at Alves (1878) is the former Free Church, although the old Parish Church still stands. The present structure of the church at Burghead dates from 1908. In 1982 the united congregation of Alves and Burghead formed, and was linked with Kinloss and Findhorn in 1995 – a union symbolised soon after by the gift of four identical Celtic crosses. Visitors are always welcome in our churches
services of worship
First Sunday in each month at 11.30 a.m.
Every Sunday at 11.30 a.m, except for the first Sunday in June and December when a joint Communion is held at Alves. Sunday School is held alongside Sunday morning services in Burghead Church during school term times. All children age 3 and over are very welcome to join the Sunday School.
Where are we?
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Breaking news! Services are recordedand made available on this web site, Please use the button ‘watch services’ at the top. It will also be available on a dvd - please contact the Session Clerk or Minister. Soon broadband will be installed in Burghead and Alves churches and services will be streamed directly to this website so that it can be watched as it happens.Burghead Church is openevery Thursday from 11am - 12pm.
Blankets for Syrian Refugees
We are looking for people willing to knit 6" squares to make up into blankets for the Syrian refugee babies and children. You don't have to sew them together - Burghead Craft Group will do that for you. If you would like to knit and don't have any spare wool please contact Anne Milligan as some of the ladies who can't knit are providing wool. If interested please contact Anne.