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Summer services: The town centre churches - Abbotshall, Bennochy, Linktown and St Bryce - are coming together for worship throughout July. 2013 marks the 1450th anniversary of St Columba’s arrival on Iona, heralding the spread of Celtic Christianity across Scotland. In our worship we are focusing on the major themes of St Columba’s life. This Sunday we are meeting in St Bryce Kirk at 11.00 a.m. and the theme is MISSION.
Coffee morning: Abbotshall Church holds its monthly coffee morning this Saturday from 10.00 a.m. until noon in the church halls on Cloanden Place, Kirkcaldy. A warm welcome is extended to all.
Praise night: A monthly praise night takes place at The Redemption House, Victoria Gardens, Kirkcaldy on Saturday at 6.30 p.m. Evangelist Israel Jimah of the Flames of Fire Ministries International is ministering on the day.
Brass ensemble: Fine brass ensemble posaunenchor hambach winzingen play two concerts this month. The first in Linktown Church on July 21 and a second in Auchtertool Kirk on July 22. A musical journey from early music to today’s jazzy rhythmic arrangements: from Monteverdi, Praetorius, Bruckner to funky contemporary pieces (Lionel Haas, Petersen, Chris Woods, Svoboda). Truly music without borders. Free entry, donations welcome.
Coffee morning: The monthly coffee morning at Christ’s Kirk in Pitcoudie Avenue, Glenrothes takes place this Saturday. The event runs from 10.00 a.m. to noon. All are welcome.
Open church: Burntisland Parish Church is open to visitors again this summer from 2.00-4.00 p.m., Monday to Saturday. Guided tours and group visits can be arranged. The building, the oldest post reformation church still in use in Scotland is open at these times until August 31. The church officer can be contacted on (01592) 872205.