Strathkinness Parish Church



Sundays at 11.45 am. Worship at Strathkinness is characterised by a dignified informality. Using the full range of the Church of Scotland hymnary, (CH4), and visual aids as appropriate, the service usually last about 45 minutes, children and young people are especially welcome.

The sacrament of the Lord?s Supper is celebrated during the service on the first Sunday of February and October, during Advent, Holy Week and at Easter.

Enquiries for weddings or baptisms should be directed to the minister.

Kirk & Community

If you have not got your copy of Kirk & Community you can now download it as a pdf file. You can print it out if you want using both sides of the paper (select Print Odd Pages, then turn the stack over and put it through again to Print Even Pages). You can also click on the links.

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Strathkinness Parish Church is to be found in the very centre of the village of Strathkinness. Being a parish church it exists to serve not just its own members but the whole community. This openness reflects the very nature of our congregational life as its worship and mid-week activities are open to all. Even our monthly church magazine is called Kirk and Community.

Central to our congregational life is our Sunday worship at 11.45 am. This enables all who wish to come together to praise God, through Jesus Christ, to find encouragement for their faith and strength for the days ahead. A warm Christian fellowship surrounds all we do.

Our congregation is part of the Church of Scotland and the local Presbytery of St Andrews. Currently, Strathkinness is linked with Hope Park Church in St Andrews and it enjoys good relations with it.

The congregation exists to bear witness to the love and the power of the Risen Christ in our world and in our lives. You are welcome to join us. You are guaranteed a warm welcome.

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