Soul Space St Kenneth’s Kennoway Tuesday 28th January 2020

Soul Space will be held at St Kenneth’s Parish Church in Kennoway  on 28th January, when we will be reflecting on the theme of ‘Look Forward in Faith’ as we start a New Year journeying with God. The Church will be open for folks to drop in for prayerful reflection and to engage with the various prayer installations anytime from 1-3pm and 6.30-8.30pm on Tuesday 28th January. There will also be a short led reflection at 2pm and 7.30pm for anyone wishing to join with others in worship. All are welcome to drop in whenever they can to take time to refresh, reflect, renew and relax in God’s presence. Tea, coffee and refreshments will also be available in the Church office throughout the day. Click below for Flyers

Soul Space Flyer January 2020 Word Doc

Soul Space Flyer January 2020 pdf

 

Moderator visits Fife projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rt Rev Colin Sinclair spent a day visiting two projects in Fife which have used Go For It main grants to meet the needs of the local community. Click here to read full article.

Moderator visits Ghana

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moderator of General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Right Reverend Colin Sinclair is visiting Ghana to meet with partner churches and to learn from their thriving congregations. see more by clicking below….

Moderator in Ghana

Sing with the Swing Band

 

 

 

 

 

 “Sing with the Swing Band”  11-4pm Saturday 9th November in Abbotshall Church Kirkcaldy. Workshop for anyone keen to get into funky lively Gospel music by singing. Joy! Free entry, all ages, beginners welcome – bring your own packed lunch. See Heart & Soul Swing Band on facebook. For posters click below……

Sing with the Swing Band

Sing with the Swing Band 2

Windygates St Kenneth’s Concert

Forthcoming concert by Bruce Davies in Windygates St Kenneth’s will take place at St Kenneth’s Church in Windygates on Saturday 16th November at 2pm to which all are welcome to come along to. Tickets are £6 each and available from Parish Assistant, Iona Pringle DCS,  St Kenneth’s church office or at the door on the day. Many thanks.

Click poster below to enlarge.

Joy as New Community Hub Church opens in Angus

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Community Hub Church opens in Angus..Click below for more details………

https://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/news_and_events/news/2019/joy_as_new_2.3_million_community_hub_church_opens

Moderator for 2019-2020

On Tuesday 3rd  September outgoing moderator Reverend Alan Sharp passed on the Moderatorial Robes to Mrs Jacqueline Thomson Deacon at Buckhaven and Wemyss  Parish Church and wished her “All the best” for her coming year as Moderator of Kirkcaldy Presbytery.

Our best wishes and prayers are with Jacqueline as she journeys through the year ahead.

Help shape Church’s plan for land and buildings…..

Over the next few months, the Church of Scotland General Trustees will be inviting your views on one of the most crucial issues for the future of our Church: how best to manage our church land and buildings. Every congregation and presbytery is encouraged to contribute through an online survey and a series of workshops across Scotland.

For more details click here

Joint Fife Presbyteries Conference

Joint Fife Presbyteries Conference will meet in St Bryce Kirk, Kirkcaldy on Saturday 31st August 2019 from 9:30am to 3:30pm. Lunch will be provided.

The speakers at the conference will be David Fergusson and David Lunan. There will also be a presentation, discussion and feedback on the possibilities for the formation of a Presbytery of Fife.

David Fergusson chaired the Special Commission on Structural Reform which reported to the General Assembly
David Lunan has wide experience as a minister and past Moderator of the General Assembly and was Clerk to the Presbytery of Glasgow.

Daredevil Minister Takes Leap of Faith.

A daredevil minister is taking a leap of faith and doing a SAS-style freefall off the Forth Bridge.

Rev Susan Cord, who leads Killearnan and Knockbain Parish Church on the Black Isle, is participating in the 165ft descent to raise money for one of Scotland’s largest social care charities. Read full article by clicking here