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8652ch October 2015 saw two visits by our Primus: on Wednesday 7 October he came to Rosyth for a community walkabout (report at this link) that included a visit to Babcocks (photo at this link) and an appearance at Wednesday Fellowship; on Sunday 18 October he returned for a joint Episcopal/Methodist service, which is reported at this link – you can listen there to Bishop David’s reflection and Rev Dr David Easton’s sermon. The sermon is also available in printed form at this link.
On Tuesday 23 April 2013 we held a service of Thanksgiving and Celebration for the life of the Rev Malcolm Trew, former minister of our church, and a long-term ardent supporter of our witness in Rosyth.You can read Malcolm’s story, as told in the October 2011 issue of Contact, at this link.
On 25 November 2012, our service was jointly led by the Most Rev David Chillingworth, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, and the Rev Lily Twist, Chair of the Methodist Synod in Scotland. This was the first time our two leaders had been with us together, and we were able to celebrate the many ways in the LEP operates both formally and informally, and to give thanks for the many friendships that have been formed over the years.
On 13 November 2012, we welcomed the Voskresenije Choir for a return visit. An audience of almost 100, and a standing ovation at the end! The original publicity is at this link, and programme at this link – before the interval, we were treated to a feast of uplifting sacred music, and folk songs in the second half covered a range of emotions from tender passion to robust good humour. We are hoping to enjoy a concert by the choir in November 2016 as part of the Centenary celebrations.
On 6 April 2012, an augmented choir led our Good Friday meditation with a performance of Stainer’s Crucifixion. There is a report at this link, with other links at the bottom of the page to a recording and other material.
On 1 April 2012, Sydney the donkey led an ecumenical Palm Sunday procession through Rosyth. There is a report with pictures at this link. [The procession happened again in 2013, but wasn’t blessed by the same sunshine! And unfortunately these walks of witness have now ceased.]
On 16 November 2011, we were hosts to the Voskresenije Choir from St Petersburg. A very full house, and a standing ovation at the end! The original publicity is at this link, the programme is at this link, and a report with pictures at this link.

At Pentecost 2010 (23 May) we celebrated the 10th Anniversary of our LEP with a joint Agape meal at which the Rev Lindsey Sanderson, secretary to the Sponsoring Body for LEPs read the Covenant document, followed by a period of silence for reflection. The service sheet is at this link, and a report, with reflections and other inputs, is at this link: both open in new tabs.

On 15 November 2009 we celebrated the 40th Anniversary of St Margaret’s at our Patronal Festival, when we were honoured to have as our Preacher the Rt Rev Michael Henley, retired Bishop of the Diocese, who had twice been our Chaplain at St Margaret’s and former Chaplain of the Fleet. Also present in the congregation were members of the former Naval Base Church from afar afield as Kent, and a former Naval Chaplain and his wife from Cumbria. Report at this link.

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    9:30 am Sung Eucharist

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