The Holy Trinity Youth Fellowship programme for the remainder of 2015 has just been released. Click the links below for more details and sleepover permission form. If you are a young adult (1st year High School and up) you’ll get a warm welcome. Contact Andrew Wedge (07846 187354 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for updates.
Before the event fades into the past, we thought you would like a chance to read the sermon that was preached at Alison’s Institution by the Revd Canon Dr Andrew Wingate OBE, which can be downloaded at this link. The picture Andrew refers to is on the final page.
If you are a young adult (1st year High School and up) you’ll get a warm welcome at the Holy Trinity Youth Fellowship, which meets about twice a month, usually from 1830–2000 on a Sunday evening. Details of their April–June activities at this link. Contact Andrew Wedge (07846 187354 or email@example.com) for updates.
… is the intriguing title of Kirkcaldy Orchestral Society’s concert at 7.00pm on Tuesday 17 March at Dunfermline High School. The concert is in aid of Cancer Research UK, and tickets are £8.00 for adults, £4.00 for children.
If you click the image you’ll see details of the challenging programme that the orchestra has chosen to illustrate their peace theme. Two extras at the second (Dunfermline) concert will be “Tunes from the Trenches” and “The Dambusters March”. Information and tickets as on the image link, or talk to Adrian Masson.
A series of Lenten studies on Wednesdays at 7.30pm in Holy Trinity Church Hall, organised by Jim Mein. He writes: My reason for inviting five ‘experts’ to introduce the five different topics is two‑fold:
First, because I believe these are each serious topics for Christians and we need to struggle to see what our faith may be saying about them, or how our faith might help us see them more clearly. What does the Bible say? What did Jesus say?
But second, because I’m not sure there will be or indeed is “an answer”. I suspect our faith might speak to us in parables – suggesting some principles we should keep in mind, but leaving the particulars to be worked out in the particularities of living. We might find hearing the feelings and ideas of others enlightening. Those introducing each week will be trying to see at least two sides and inviting us to listen.
25 February: Inter-faith relations
Frank Bowness from the Fife Inter-faith group will introduce some of things happening in our area and invite discussion about how we maintain our own Christian integrity while giving due attention to other faiths. Continue reading