Christmas cards on sale now.  Please come down to Fellowship After Church on a Sunday to see the range or talk to Anne Steward. The Church delivers and supports a range of social care programmes in
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Abbotshall has many members who cannot make worship on a Sunday as they struggle with timings. It was with this in mind that the Kirk Session decided to start a monthly midweek communion service on the
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Christian Aid has a vision – an end to poverty – and they believe that vision can become a reality. Euan Fraser represents Abbotshall on the Kirkcaldy Christian Aid Group and keeps the congregation up to
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The Church of Scotland’s World Mission Council asks congregations to collect used stamps to support a special project each year. The current project is the JCC Agricultural Training Centre.  The ancient city of Tyre in Southern
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Kirkcaldy Foodbank has attracted great interest and real encouragement from a wide cross-section of our community, ranging from churches and faith groups, voluntary and statutory welfare organisations, local businesses, politicians and many concerned individuals. It is
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The Prayer Shawl Ministry sees three different groups in the congregation working together – the Craft Group, the Prayer Group and the Pastoral Care Group. The Craft Group knit shawls – usually for the sick and the
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When it came to choosing a Missionary Partner we were aware that missionaries, although with good intentions, have not always been helpful to local communities. They have in some cases stripped local communities of their tradition
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The Kirkcaldy Area Reachout Trust is a Christian Charity that started in 2007. Since 2009 it has employed Chris Beattie as a Christian Youth Worker for the local Kirkcaldy Schools, through Scripture Union’s Associate Worker Scheme.
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Schools Schools Justin Taylor is involved in school chaplaincy in three local schools – Kirkcaldy West Primary School, Strathallan Primary School and Balwearie High School. In the primary schools he is involved in class work as
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As part of our commitment to care for the most vulnerable in our world, each year we fill shoeboxes for Blythswood Care. The shoeboxes are filled with a variety of small gifts for a child or
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Thought for the week

John Shelby Spong

“God is not a noun, that demands to be defined, God is a verb that invites us to live, to love, and to be”