Ministers’ Page

Rev Euan Glen  

Married to Anne with a son Andrew, Euan was born and bred in Dundee hence his affiliation with Dundee Football Club.   He trained as a Quantity Surveyor before feeling a call to serve the Church of Scotland as minister of word and sacrament, studying at Aberdeen University.

Euan was an assistant minister for 2 years at Rubislaw Church in Aberdeen, then was ordained and inducted to Cluny linked with Monymusk in May 1992 and has remained there since.  As part of additional duties, Euan serves as Presbytery Clerk and is an elder trainer, and also now serves on Legal questions Committee.  He enjoys sports of all types but now mainly watching apart from walking football on Wednesday afternoons in Inverurie.

Rev Euan Glen – Cluny and Monymusk linked parish churches

Rev Neil Meyer    

Neil grew up in South Africa where he was ordained as a minister of the Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa.

Neil served two congregations in Johannesburg for 5 years before moving to the farming community of Elgin in the Western Cape for a further 8 years.  In 2013, he and his family relocated to Scotland, where Neil became a minister of the Church of Scotland.  Neil has been the minister at Kintore Parish Church for 7 years.

Neil and his wife, Michelle, have two daughters.  With one daughter he loves to cook; with the other he loves to walk in the Cairngorms.  As a family they love to travel when they can and build Lego when they can’t.  They all love Jesus!  Neil is sometimes found on the golf course; his golf-ball is sometimes not.

Rev Neil Meyer – Kintore Parish Church

Rev Sheila Mitchell  

Sheila comes from the Isle of Arran, but her family is originally from Tullynessle, Aberdeenshire. After graduating from Edinburgh, she worked in a parish in South Lanarkshire before a 17 year career with the NHS, based in Ayrshire and Arran, and latterly as Programme Director in NHS Education for Scotland in the area of Social Care Chaplaincy & Spiritual Care, after specialising in mental health and staff wellbeing.   Sheila was ordained to Echt & Midmar parish in 2018, and lives in Echt with South African husband Phillip.  There are also 2 dogs and a cat, although has room for more!  They enjoy camping and caravanning, and also travelling to see their extended family in South Africa and New Zealand.

Rev Sheila Mitchell – Echt & Midmar Parish Church