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Church of Scotland  Pulteneytown & Thrumster

Argyle Street, Wick, Caithness, U.K.
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Work Progress 29 March 2002

New Work At Front Of Church 10 February 2002

Sunday Service:
Evening Service
Wednesday Bible study and prayer:

11.30 am Creche Available
6.30pm
7.30 pm

Thrumster
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Looking to Wick past War Memorial outside Thrumster church

Thrumster, Caithness, U.K.  
Sunday Service:3.00 pm
 


Minister: Rev W F Wallace
The Manse
2 Coronation Street, Wick, Caithness, KW1 5LS, U.K.
01955 603166

Treasurer: 
Mr Kenny Sinclair
19 Sinclair Terrace, Wick, Caithness, U.K.
01955 602834

Session Clerk 
James T Gunn
Gladsmuir, 
Norton Place,
 Wick

Clerk to Board
Frank Temple
41 Breadalbane Terrace, Wick


This Church was opened for worship in 1842 at a cost of 1600 and it was well into the 1870's before the congregation were able to repay the loan to Central Funds.
Pulteneytown and Thrumster Parish Church, as it is known today is the culmination of the uniting of various churches over the years for various reasons.  the present congregation itself having four changes of name prior to what it is currently known as Viz:
1842 to 1878 Pulteneytown Chapel
1878 to 1929 Pulteneytown Parish Church
1929 to 1961 Pulteneytown St Andrews Church
1961 to 1990 Wick St Andrews & Thrumster Church
1990 - to date Pulteneytown & Thrumster Parish Church
when it was united with Wick central Church a few hundred yards across the road.
Today Pulteneytown & Thrumster Parish Church is a progressive and developing congregation making use of many innovative methods modern technology has made available to present the truths of the Christian message to young and not so young, at the wide variety of meetings and at Public Worship which fill the church each week.
There is a time for fellowship over a cup of tea/coffee/juice twice a month after the evening service in Pulteneytown.
Both churches have a hearing Loop System for the hard of hearing and there is easy access for any disabled worshippers.

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Pulteneytown Parish Church Holiday Club (Megaquest 99)

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