The following letter from Bishop Ian was read at our Eucharist this morning:

Dear members of Holy Trinity and of St Margaret’s,

Thank you for all the patient understanding and care you have given to Kenny and Ruth in the months since Kenny had to step back from active ministry because of a serious health issue. Kenny and Ruth have had to wait until now to set the date of Kenny’s retirement, and this decision has now been taken, with my agreement. Kenny’s last day as your Rector and Priest will be 31st August, and he will retire from 1st September.

It is very good indeed that Kenny and Ruth will be with both congregations on Sunday 12th September, so that farewells and thanks can be expressed, and prayers for the future can be offered.

Please continue to hold Kenny and Ruth in your prayers as they prepare to move away from Dunfermline and into a new chapter of life for them. Please also continue to pray for your Vestry members as they work on the Profile for each Church, and as Holy Trinity begins to seek a new Rector and St Margaret’s begins to seek its own new Priest-in- Charge. Pray too for Hunter Farquaharson as he serves you as Interim Pastor, and for me as I work to support you and your Vestries over the coming months.

Thank you, everyone at Holy Trinity and at St Margaret’s, for all your faithfulness and hope for the future, as well as all your compassion and care in the present.

With warmest good wishes,

Bishop Ian

Coming up …
  • 31 October 2021
    9:30 am Sung Eucharist
  • 31 October 2021
    11:15 am Morning Worship
  • 1 November 2021
    7:00 pm Ecumenical Study Group (Zoom)
  • 7 November 2021
    9:30 am Sung Eucharist

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