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Letter to all Ministers and Congregations in Fife Presbytery

Published Mon 7 Feb, 2022

Letter to all Ministers and Congregations in Fife Presbytery Fife Presbytery Mission Plan Update – 31st January 2022 In the King James Version of the Bible, Proverbs 29:18 says: “Where there is no vision, the people perish….” In the RSV it is translated: “Where there is no prophecy…” while in… more

Congratulations Rev Amos Chewachong on the Birth of Anna-Danielle

Published Tue 1 Feb, 2022

Huge congratulations from Fife Presbytery to Amos and Florence and on the birth of Anna-Danielle Fenghefeze Amosons Chewachong. The baby girl was born on the 26th of January 2022 at 1:40am in Ninewells Hospital, Dundee. Here is a statement from Amos: "We have named her Anna-Danielle Fenghefeze. The name Anna is… more

Mark Evans Appointed as National Advisor on Spiritual Care

Published Tue 1 Feb, 2022

Fife Presbytery congratulates Mark Evans on his recent appointment as the Scottish Government’s first National Advisor and Operational Lead on Spiritual Care. This is a great honour and achievement and we are sure his family and friends will be delighted for him. More information available here: From your friends in Fife Presbytery may… more

Ordination and Induction of Dr Conor Fegan

Published Fri 21 Jan, 2022

Last night, on Thursday 20th January, Presbytery met for the Ordination and Induction of Dr Conor Fegan. Moderator: Rev. Jane Barron Presbytery Clerk: Rev. Dr. David Couler Preacher: Rev. Iain Greenshields Old Testament Scripture Reader: Mr Roert Balfour New Testament Scripture Reader: Mrs Jean Briggs Organist: Alison Normand Interim Moderator;… more

A Christmas Letter

Published Wed 22 Dec, 2021

A Christmas Letter from Jane 2021 Dear Friends, “Hey! Unto you a child is born!” New Testament scholar Robert Redman writes about a play called The Greatest Christmas Pageant Ever.  In it, a family from the poorest side of the tracks hijacks a children’s pageant, upsetting everyone’s carefully prepared costumes… more


Published Mon 20 Dec, 2021

A group of Dunfermline Churches launched the second year of #angelseverywheredunfermline with the arrival of two sets of wings; one at the Louise Carnegie Gates to Pittencrieff Park, the other at the Queen Anne Street entrance to the Kingsgate shopping centre. Rev MaryAnn Rennie explains that, “This year we picked… more

Fife Presbytery 2:10 Mission Fund Results

Published Fri 10 Dec, 2021

"For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”  - Ephesians 2:10  I'm delighted to share with you the results from Fife Presbytery's first 2:10 Mission Fund! The 2:10 Mission Fund was designed as a creative approach to support and develop mission… more

2:10 Mission Fund VOTING

Published Fri 3 Dec, 2021

2:10 Mission Fund Voting for Fife Presbytery's 2:10 Mission Fund is now open until 12pm, Monday 6th December. Fife Presbytery’s 2:10 Mission Fund will provide a small number of grants of up to £2,000 and two grants of up to £10,000 for funding to support the development of local mission… more

Fife Presbytery Mission Plan: Progress and Development

Published Mon 29 Nov, 2021

The Board of Mission: Mission Strategy & Planning Task Group is responsible for overseeing the progress of a Fife Presbytery Mission Plan.  For the latest updates and information on progress and development, please visit our Mission Plan Padlet by CLICKING HERE.   more

Presbytery Strategy Workshop

Published Wed 10 Nov, 2021

PRESBYTERY STRATEGY WORKSHOP The Presbytery Strategy Workshop took place at St Bryce Kirk Kirkcaldy on Thursday 7 October 2021. We had a good turn out from across the Presbytery and it was especially valuable to have the chance to meet in person on that night. We are conscious however that… more

2:10 Mission Fund Launches TODAY

Published Fri 5 Nov, 2021

2:10 Mission Fund Fife Presbytery’s 2:10 Mission Fund will provide a small number of grants of up to £2,000 and two grants of up to £10,000 for funding to support the development of local mission initiatives and projects.* “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which… more

Congratulations to Rev Dr Iain Greenshields, Moderator Elect

Published Thu 28 Oct, 2021

On behalf of Fife Presbytery, Rev Dr David Coulter, Presbytery Clerk, Mr Neil Campbell, Presbytery Mission Director and I send our congratulations and warmest wishes to Iain, his wife Linda and family, and his church family at Dunfermline: St Margaret’s Community Church, on the announcement that he is the Church… more

VOTE for the NHS Fife Community Listening Volunteers

Published Mon 20 Sep, 2021

NHS Fife Community Listening Volunteers - VOTE NOW    The Department of Spiritual Care within NHS Fife delivers the Community Chaplaincy Listening Service (CCL) offered in 20 Fife GP surgeries and Hospital sites to patients, carers and staff who need emotional and spiritual support. During the pandemic, CCL Listeners also offered staff… more

Meeting with NHS Fife Healthcare Chaplains

Published Tue 7 Sep, 2021

The Presbytery Clerk, David together with Jane the Moderator met with Mark Evans who is Lead Chaplain for Department of Spiritual Care, NHS Fife together with chaplains Gordon Strang and Ian Campbell on Thursday, 26th August. We met in Hayfield House across the road from the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy.… more

Ground breaking appointment of new Mission Director

Published Tue 2 Feb, 2021

Neil Campbell has assumed his new role as Mission Director within the Presbytery, having started on February 1st. Neil will be working alongside the Board of Mission to develop mission initiatives for our area. You can hear an interview in the video clip below: more

Rev Dr David Coulter appointed as first clerk to new Presbytery

Published Mon 1 Feb, 2021

Rev Dr David Coulter, who is currently serving as the parish minister of St Andrew's in the Grange on the island of Guernsey, will take up the role in February. The new Fife Presbytery will be formed from the Presbyteries of St Andrews, Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline and is part of… more