On 9th December we’re holding a Christmas Tree Festival at Wardie Parish Church. Come and see the trees, decorated by local community groups and organisations, and enjoy refreshments provided by Wardie Guild.
Central to being able to fulfil our mission is prayer: the means through which we seek God’s help, guidance and encouragement and where we experience his forgiving grace and loving care.
Our designated time for prayer is Friday mornings at 9.30am. Friday Prayers are usually held in the main church sanctuary. We are happy to take prayer requests. Email Rev. Dolly Purnell if you would like us to pray for you or someone else: email@example.com
Rev Dolly Purnell is our minister at Wardie Parish Church. Find out more about Dolly below!
A graduate of Aberdeen University, Rev Dolly Purnell moved in July 2021 to Wardie Parish church from Arbroath Old and Abbey where she spent seven happy years.
Prior to that she was Minister at Kingswells Church to the west of Aberdeen where she was heavily involved in the schools and the community.
Dolly is married to Neil and they have two adult sons, a fabulous daughter-in-law, two grandchildren and a cocker spaniel called Pip. Dolly and Neil were married in Edinburgh over 40 years ago and, though somewhat surprised, are delighted to be back in Neil’s home town.
When she is not at the church you might find Dolly in the swimming pool or the coffee shop but she is just as likely to be in the church garden or on a street corner listening and talking to those who cross her path.
Dolly and Neil are looking forward to working with the congregation at Wardie and in the wider community as they seek to serve God where he has placed them.
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