Ceres Kemback & Springfield Church
We are a congregation of the Church of Scotland in the Presbytery of Fife. The Church of Scotland’s Vision is to “seek to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving community.
We are one united congregation with three church buildings serving a largely rural parish in North East Fife, close to the towns of Cupar and St Andrews. The parish includes the villages of Springfield, Craigrothie, Chance Inn, Ceres, Pitscottie, Dura Den, Blebo Craigs and Kemback.
Our members are involved across the life of each community and we are committed to serving the whole parish. We welcome all to join us at worship, in our activities and to visit our buildings.
We are a group of committed Christians trying to live the Gospel, and to bring its message to the communities where we live – “a church with the community at its heart, at the heart of the community.”
We believe in the central value of worship and the importance of prayer.
We cherish the traditions that have brought us so far, but we seek always to test them with a vision of the world in which we find ourselves.
Notice of Nomination
To be read on two Sundays
At a meeting held by Zoom on Sunday 5th September, the Nominating Committee chose the person who they wish to propose to this congregation of Ceres Kemback and Springfield to be our new minister. The name of the person proposed is Rev Jane Barron.
Arrangements have been made for Rev Jane Barron to conduct public worship in this Church (Ceres Church building) on Sunday the twenty-sixth day of September at a quarter past eleven o'clock.
Immediately after that service there will be a vote on whether or not Rev Jane Barron should be appointed as the new minister of this congregation of Ceres Kemback and Springfield. Anyone whose name appears on the Electoral Register of this congregation of Ceres Kemback and Springfield shall be entitled to vote.
No-one else shall be entitled to vote.