Murroes & Tealing

Regnal League

The Regnal League is a Christian men's organisation established by the Rev Donald Standfast during the First World War with the aim of encouraging Christian discipleship, friendship and fellowship.

Sidlaw Regnal Circle meets in Murroes Church Hall on the second and fourth Monday evenings from September to April. The meetings start at 7.30 and finish around 9.30 pm following tea and sandwiches. We have various speakers, slide and video shows, and other events, including trips to places of interest. In the past we have visited the Maggie's Centre, a working Wind Turbine, Dundee's Mills Observatory, the Royal Marine base at Arbroath, the Bo'ness Preservation Railway, the Museum of Flight near Edinburgh, and the Secret Bunker in Fife to name but a few.
Our meetings are open to men and women and there is no obligation to join. Please feel free to come along to a meeting as a visitor. We would be pleased to welcome you. 
The National Conference due to be held in Dundee and Angus 27th - 29th March 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus. It is hoped that local meetings will resume in September.

Monikie & Newbigging and Murroes & Tealing Guild

The Guild meets monthly from September to May on the third Wednesday evening of the month at 1.30pm (till 3.30 pm approx.) or 7.30pm in Murroes Church Hall.  New members would be most welcome.
2019-2020 syllabus
At 7.30 pm:
16 October:  Malawi Project - Karen Gillon
At 1.30 pm:
20 November:  Applique for fun - Frances Smith
December:   Christmas outing - date tbc
At 1.30 pm:
15 January:   Film Show - Andre Rieu concert
19 February:  Maggies Centre and Penguins - Annie Long
18 March:      Wha wid like tae be a Bobby? - Alistair Joss
At 7.30 pm:
15 April:   AGM
20 May:    Angus Carers Centre (informative talk)

Murroes & Tealing Church Choir

The choir usually meets on a Thursday evening from 7.00 to 9.00 from September to May and would warmly welcome any new members.  Especially men as we particularly need more male voices!  There is no requirement to read music - just come along and enjoy an evening of singing and fellowship.

Singing is good for you!  A recent study has found that singing is beneficial for the heart as it increases the oxygen levels in the blood and, because of its aerobic nature, it exercises major muscle groups in the upper body even when sitting.

If you'd like further information, please email Caroline at in the first instance.

Or just turn up on a Thursday evening - you will be made most welcome.

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