We are part of the Cupar Cluster of Churches in the north east of the Presbytery of Fife which also includes Cupar Old Parish Church linked with Monimail and Cupar St John & Dairsie United Parish.
The formal grouping enables the parishes to work more closely together, sharing, connecting with a wider community and drawing strength and support from each other.
As a Cluster we hope to involve more lay members in ministries such as pastoral care and leading worship and extend the work of the church.
Together Apart: A rural church response to coronavirus from the Arthur Rank Centre
A reflection and resources for rural churches in response to the coronavirus outbreak can be found Here
There is a short video about the Traidcraft Exchange, Regenerators appeal that is running at the moment. The aim is to help some of the world's poorest farmers in places like Bangladesh and Tanzania, to fight back against climate change by planting crops that can grow in extreme weather, protecting the forests and investing in climate smart technology. This will help them to regenerate their land and protect the earth for generations to come and earn more for the hard work they do every day. Any donations made before 7th June will be doubled by the UK government.
The link to the video is Here
Other resources, including a PowerPoint presentation about this appeal can be found at:- Regenerators Appeal Resources - Traidcraft Exchange
Fife Presbytery Mission Bulletin
The latest bulletin dated 7th May 2021 can be found Here
We follow the activities of our Mission Partners, Keith and Ida Waddell through their website. https://keithandidainzambia.wordpress.com