Kinghorn Parish Church

Kinghorn Parish Church has a long heritage of worship in the former Royal Burgh which we seek to continue and innovate in this era.

The Kirk by the Sea, sitting in a prime spot overlooking Kinghorn Harbour and beach has parts dating back to the 13th century and has had additions, rebuilding and alterations both internally and externally most centuries since! It is now the only church in the town and along with the Church halls and Church Shop on the High St is very much a part of the community.

We offer a variety of worship styles,places and times,on the understanding that one size does not fit all!

Our main act of Worship is in the Church in the High Street at 10:30 with JAM (Jesus and Me) for primary children, using the Jesus Storybook Bible curriculum. We also have Messy Church once a month alternating between Kinghorn and Burntisland and supported by the two Churches and run an SU group (Supaseekers) in the primary school. Each year we run a Summer Holiday Club during the first week of the School Holidays.  On the first Sunday of each month we have a “Sunday at Seven” informal evening worship in different styles run by the Worship Together Team. We have the King’s Singers Choir and Drama Ministry. There is participation in Readings, Prayers, Children’s Talks etc with an extensive repertoire of hymns and songs old and new, ancient and modern. We believe that worship and God’s Word preached and understood equips us to serve Him in His world.

We have a range of Bible Study groups at different times. We offer a “Meals Ministry” for new parents and those in crisis.

Kinghorn Church family strives to be a warm, friendly local church reaching out to its community seeking to help, pray and serve others in Jesus’ name.

Minister:                                                Rev Jim Reid

Acting Session Clerk:                        Mrs Ena Hudson

Representative Elder:                       Mrs Ena Hudson

Additional Elder:                                   Mr John Dingwall




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