Visit by the Moderator of the General Assembly – October/November 2018

The Moderator will be joining various members of Presbytery at all sorts of events during the time she is with us, here is a selection below.

For details of the walk of the Pilgrim Way, please scroll down to Saturday 3rd.

 

For coverage by the Church of Scotland see http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/news_and_events/news

For Fife Free Press coverage see https://www.fifetoday.co.uk/news/joint-service-is-first-for-kirkcaldy-as-moderator-starts-10-day-visit-1-4820389 

Saturday 27th

PM: Prospects Burntisland Celebration

Sunday 28th

AM: Morning worship at Burntisland Parish Church with Rev. Alan Sharp, the current Moderator of the Presbytery of Kirkcaldy

PM: 4pm – Churches Together Service at Glenrothes: St. Margarets – an ecumenical service to celebrate the 70th anniversary of Glenrothes.

Monday 29th

AM: A visit to the Victoria hospital, taking in the Organ Donation, End of Life and Palliative Care staff, the Hospice and Maggie’s.

PM: Alzheimer’s Scotland afternoon group.

Tuesday 30th

AM: Kirkcaldy foodbank visit, Pathhead church café visit

PM: Kirkcaldy Men’s Shed

EVE: Presbytery Reception at the Moderators hotel

Wednesday 31st

AM: Visit to Levenmouth Academy, CLEAR Buckhaven

PM: Prayer Shawl Ministry, Wemyss Ancient Caves

Thursday 1st

AM: Auchtertool Primary School

PM: Presbyterial Guild afternoon tea

EVE: Fife Youth Orchestra concert

Friday 2nd

AM: Fife Women’s Aid, Glenrothes Foodbank

EVE: Rail Pastors

Saturday 3rd

Fife Pilgrim Way Walk – For details, please see this file –  Walk with the Moderator

Please join the Moderator to walk a section of the Fife Pilgrim Way. We will be meeting at the following points:

Kinglassie Church 10am

Leslie Church 12 noon

Car Park next to duckpond at Glenrothes town park 1pm

Christ’s Kirk 1.30pm

Leave Christ’s Kirk 2.15

Arrive at Markinch Church 3.30

End of event 4.30

Sunday 4th

AM: Joint service with all Kirkcaldy churches

PM: Presentation of long-service certificates at Methilhill and Denbeath church