News and Events

Welcome everyone to the Church in the High Street for our service of worship this morning. We welcome the Rev Arthur Christie who is here for the first time to lead our service today. He is the recently retired Minister of Anstruther and Cellardyke St Ayle linked with Kilrenny. Jim will be taking the Clan Donnachaidh Service in the Kirk at Struan (which now belongs to the Clan).

Refreshments will be served after the service.

This week

Tues 21st: ‘Drift In’, 2 – 4 pm in the small hall, all welcome.

Wed 22nd: The Wednesday morning group will be working through Mark’s gospel, but (typically) are already off at a tangent, and we will be looking in more depth at John the Baptist next week. We welcomed new members last week and will be happy to do the same this coming week! Wed 22nd: Unitary Constitution Meeting, 7:15 pm in the small hall.

Sun 26th: Parish Worship in the Church in the High Street at 10:30 am, led by Rev Jim Reid.

Unitary Constitution meeting: All Elders and Board members please remember the important meeting to look at adopting the Unitary Constitution, Wednesday evening at 7:15 pm in the small hall.

Events and News

Church Fayre: Thanks to all those who helped in any way to make the Church Fayre a success. The grand total raised will be announced soon.

Breakfast Bible Study: The Breakfast Bible Study Group starts a new series of studies this Sun 19th Aug. Exploring the theme of “Love the stranger” using a study book to help us understand what the Bible tells us about an issue which can be very divisive in our society today: migration. We are a group of four who would love to have others join us. We typically meet 2 or 3 times a month, sharing a simple breakfast together at 8.45, moving onto our study at 9, finishing in time to do the washing up before the service. If you would like to know more please speak to Sandra, John, Rob or Andrew or come along. Andrew has spare copies of the study book to read before each session.

Our Daily Bread: The new editions are available now for you to take away. They are over beside the tea area. Please help yourself.

Remember I am able to order large print editions. If anyone would like one please speak to Alix Muir.

Sibyl’s Ordination and Induction: This is going to be on Thursday 6th September at 6:30 pm in Rothesay Trinity Church.

“The History Boys”: Jim Chalmers and Jim Reid are offering 2 “Walk and Talk” History Tours of the Kirk by the Sea and its Kirkyard on Sundays 2nd and 16th September at 2.30 pm, lasting approximately an hour. Just turn up and enjoy.

Bible Study: Bible Study at the Manse re starts on Mon27th August at 7.30 pm Looking at the NT book of the Letter of James. All welcome.

Church membership: Are you interested in Church membership? Let Jim know as he’ll be getting a group together soon.

KART: Even though summer may be fading there is still time to keep up to date with the work of KART. You can read the Summer edition of KART Corner on the following website. Have a look and hear about their new strategies as KART moves into its second decade.

Kinghorn Library: Kinghorn Community Library now has a large selection of audio books which can be borrowed and played on CD players and most DVD players – do come and see.

We are also hoping to provide a home delivery service of books to folk who may have difficulty with physically getting to the library.

If you or someone you know would be interested in this service, please telephone Kinghorn Library on 891122 during opening hours to give your contact details.

A reminder of our opening hours:

Tuesday: 10 am – 1 pm and 3 pm – 7 pm.

Wednesday and Friday: 10 am – 1 pm and 3 pm – 5 pm. Saturday: 10 am -12pm.

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