Saturday 18th May – The Jungle Book – with a modern twist.

The Dornoch Firth Church Youth Theatre group is performing the Jungle Book on Saturday 18th May in Dornoch’s West Church Hall with shows at 2:30 pm and 7:00 pm. All the well-known songs from the Disney original are there but the storyline is very different.

Loggers are tearing down the jungle at a staggering rate:
The animals – and the mancub Mowgli – must flee and seek help from the “man village”. Will help be forthcoming? Will the animals survive? Is there a future? Be there to find out! Entry is by donation.


Graham McCarthy

Visit by the Moderator of the Church of Scotland

The Moderator of the Church of Scotland visited the Cathedral and took part in some of the events to celebrate the building’s 800 years.

More pictures …

Dornoch Firth Church of Scotland – Parish Profile Questionnaire

A simple questionnaire has been developed to allow you to express your views on what we will be looking for in a new minister.  Please take the time to fill this in as soon as possible.  If you are unable to do this online then forms are available at the doors after Morning Worship on Sunday.


Thank you.

800 Year Celebrations Concert with Local Artists

A great way to celebrate 800 years since the first stone of the Cathedral was laid was the Easter Sunday evening concert in the Cathedral itself – a great setting for a super musical event.

800 Year Celebration Soup and Sweet Lunch

Thank you to everyone who attended the Soup and Sweet Lunch on Sunday. The grand total of £695 was raised for the work of Christian Aid.

Many thanks also to the Social Committee and Women’s Group for their wonderful work and organisation, making the whole event very special.

A huge thank you to everyone who donated soups and sweets. They were greatly appreciated by everyone.

Dornoch Firth Parish News

The April & May edition of the DORNOCH FIRTH Parish News is available on Sunday at the Cathedral doors costing £1.

If you wish 5 digital copy for the year then make a payment of £5 to help with production costs.

Pay into Dornoch Firth Cashflow, sort code 80-06-36, account number 06002380 and add you name as the ref.

Easter Services (Plus 800 Year Celebration)

HOLY WEEK – Short services held Monday to Thursday at 6.30PM in Dornoch Cathedral
GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE – Dornoch Cathedral – 7.30PM
SUNRISE SERVICE – At the Dornoch Beach Car Park
at 6.35 AM
EASTER DAY MORNING WORSHIP – Dornoch Cathedral – 11am

Dornoch Cathedral 800 Years Celebration

For more information about events and the St Gilbert’s Pilgrimage Map go to

[800 Years Celebration Page]


Coffee Morning 19th January


Friday 1st December to Nativity Sunday, 24th December at 11am – find 5 minutes to come and meet Shalom the Star and join the Follow the Star Trail. This is perfect for little ones and parents and grandparents together, wanting to find out a little bit about what Christmas is all about. As you follow the trail, you’ll listen for noises, find things, draw, give yourself a hug – or hug each other – and more besides; and at the end there will be a special invitation, just for YOU!

Saturday, 2nd December at 3.30pm – St. Andrew’s Fair – Carols in the Cathedral

Sunday 10th December, 2-4pm – The Makers @ Advent in the West Church Hall. Come and find a wee bit of what you need as Christmas nears. This is a one-off event (unless you like it and want to do more) for anyone of any age, families and folk on their own, for those who go to church and those who wouldn’t dream of it. It’s for folk wanting to make space to explore Christmas in their own way or maybe just enjoy some space before December gets too crazy. There will (probably! it’s all in the planning!) be: snacks and drinks, games to play around the table, Lego, crafts to try, a prayer space, stories to explore. Come along and give it a go? You might just feel better for it.

Tuesday 12th December at 7pm – in the Cathedral, Carols for Christian Aid

Sunday, 24th December at 11am – Family Christmas Service

Sunday 24th December at 11.30pm – Watchnight Service with Carols from 11pm

Monday, 25th December at 10am – Christmas Day Service