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Our minister, Rev Donald Walker, has accepted a call to St Columba's Presbyterian Church, Mutare, Zimbabwe, so we are now in the exciting process of discovering God's way forward for us as a church.
During the vacancy Rev Mary Haddow, minister of Banchory-Ternan East Parish Church, will be acting as Interim Moderator, ensuring that the West Church continues to thrive.

Interim Moderator Rev Mary Haddow

The church is people, not blocks of granite!

Like a family, Banchory West Church includes people of all ages. We aim to worship and live as followers of Jesus Christ, taught by the Bible and led by the Holy Spirit.
Our vision is ‘Glorify, Gather and Grow’: to give glory to God through worship and service in Banchory and beyond, to draw newcomers in, encouraging them to use their gifts and resources to build up the Christian church in Banchory and beyond, and to encourage one another to grow in our faith, fulfilling our potential as unique individuals through sharing our lives with one another.

An official statement of the Church's faith
This creedal statement was approved by the General Assembly of 1992. A version more suitable for people to read together is printed in the Church's worship book, Common Order. It is used alongside the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed, ancient creeds of the church:

We believe in one God:
Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
three persons living in the unity of love.

We praise God the Father:
in love he created the universe through his eternal Word and Spirit;
by his power he sustains and directs it.
He has made us his sons and daughters,
to share his joy and to live together in peace.

We confess Jesus Christ, God the Son:
in love, by the power of the Holy Spirit, he became one of us;
to fulfil the promise to Israel and to reconcile the world with God.
In his life he was obedient to his Father's will;
he forgave sinners, brought hope to the lost,
healed the sick, and set free those who were oppressed.
In his death on the cross he bore the sin of the world;
on the third day he was raised from death by the power of God.
He triumphed over all the powers of evil;
now he reigns in heaven, sharing his risen life with us.

We trust God the Holy Spirit:
in love he calls the Church into being.
He unites us to Christ, in whom we are justified.
He guides our understanding of the Scriptures,
as he also guided and inspired their writers.
He sanctifies us in sacraments,
and imparts to the faithful the fullness of Christ.
He assures us of forgiveness.
He empowers us to be disciples,
embodying the love of Jesus in the Church and in the world.

We rejoice in the gift of eternal life:
We hope for the coming resurrection, through the resurrection of Christ.
We look for his coming again in power and glory,
to judge the world and to make all things new.
Then all creation shall rejoice in communion with the Father, through the Son, in the power of the Holy Spirit, one God blessed forever.

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