We extend a warm invitation to all to worship with us on Sunday mornings in Springfield Church at 11.15am. Services are led by Rev Jane Barron. A maximum of 24 worshippers, socially distanced, and wearing face-masks is the permitted number under current regulations. Places at all services must be pre-booked by contacting the Session Clerk on 01334 652056 or emailing email@example.com.
Ceres and Kemback Churches are only open for private prayer at present. A maximum of 12 at Kemback and 10 at Ceres is permitted. Dates and times of the Church openings will be posted shortly.
The Order of Service and Rev Jane Barron's Homily from Sunday 9th May can be read Here
We continue to be welcomed to join the Howe of Fife Church in their online Zoom services at 10 o'clock on a Sunday morning. The joining details can be found on the 'News and Events' page.
Traditional Sunday Worship
Under normal circumstances, we have one traditional service on a Sunday at 11.15am. Tea and coffees are served after the service.
We celebrate key events in worship, including Christmas, Holy Week and Harvest Thanksgiving. There is also a Service of Remembering in early December that is very well attended by congregation and the wider community.
Communion is celebrated regularly through the year in all three churches.
The Gathering is an informal breakfast service that is held every Sunday at 8.30 in Springfield Church. The Gathering involves the worship group and is a reflective and informal form of worship where all are made very welcome. Please feel free to come along to this relaxed form of worship.
Messy Church is a world-wide movement, renewing and reinventing what church means in the 21st Century.
Messy Church is for all ages and is great way for families to worship together. It is all about fun, food and fellowship. We usually meet on the 3rd Sunday of the month in Springfield Community Church from 4.00pm until 6.00pm.
Each session has a Bible related theme. There are a variety of imaginative activities and games based on the theme. The celebration, or worship time, includes a simplified Bible reading, singing, a prayer and a reflection which may be a puppet show, drama or story. After this we have a meal together and a good chat.
During the Covid-19 pandemic, we’ve been distributing “Messy Church at Home” sessions. These include YouTube videos, enabling families to do all the craft activities, sing and dance at home.