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Aberdeen Place of Worship


  About the Aberdeen Place of Worship


 Aberdeen Place of Worship


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 Contact Information

    Street AddressBoyd Street, Shieldfield
    CityNewcastle upon Tyne
    Postal CodeNE2 1AP
    Mailing AddressBoyd Street, Shieldfield
    Mailing CityNewcastle upon Tyne
    Mailing State/ProvinceEngland
    Mailing Postal CodeNE2 1AP
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Main Phone44(191)232-4836
    2nd Phone
    Fax Number44(191)233-1169
    Contact PersonAgnes Hsu (Secretary)
    Resident Pastor
    Pastor's Phone Number
    Year Established1976

 Services and Activities

Day Time Activity
Saturdays 11:00 am - 11:15am Prayer
11:15 am - 12:30 noon Sabbath Worship Service




​Nov 1996 - Sabbath services started with 2 families and was held at Bro HF Ho’s home. As membership grew, they felt that they could no longer accomodate the increasing amount of members.

Oct 1998 - Elgin Church AGM passed proposal to purchase two-bedroom flat and have held regular services since. Dedication on 15th May 1999 as place of worship

Current Status
Current membership mainly students and working youths - Aberdeen fellowship held on Wednesdays at 6:00pm
One baptised family and a few truthseekers.
Typical Sabbath led by a visiting preacher or members from Elgin leading  sermon, or student/ youth leads a bible study
Future Development
Youths and families working in Aberdeen
Youth studying in Aberdeen

 Directions and Transportation

​By Car
Entering the city from the south or west, follow signs for the A90 (Fraserburgh and Peterhead). This leads round the ring road (Anderson Drive). Exiting from a roundabout (signed Old Aberdeen) onto Cairncry Road, continue to follow the A90 signs through two further roundabouts onto St. Machar Drive. After a third roundabout, the road bisects Old Aberdeen and local signs will direct you to University sites. From the north, Old Aberdeen is signposted on the A96 (from Dyce and Inverness) and on the A90 (from Peterhead).
By Train
Rail services connect Aberdeen both north and south. There are regular direct trains to London, and services from Edinburgh and Glasgow link with other mainline routes. Inverness, the scenic West Coast and Highlands are reached northwards.

 Schools and Universities

The University of Aberdeen is today at the forefront of teaching, learning and discovery, as it has been for 500 years. As the 'global university of the north', we have consistently sent pioneers and ideas outward to every part of the world. We are an ambitious, research-driven university with a global outlook, committed to excellence in everything we do.
Robert Gordon University has a lot going for it. Not only is Garthdee one of the most beautiful campuses in the UK, it also provides facilities that will have a real influence on your capacity to learn.
What's more, our teaching staff have an outstanding reputation for quality and academic research and our track record in graduate employment is the best in Scotland. Our range of degree courses include online degrees as well as traditional taught courses in subjects as diverse as art and design, management and engineering.

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