As we are currently unable to meet together, the Rev Gavin Boswell (Interim Moderator) will be posting weekly sermons.
Largo Parish Church is also posting weekly sermons.
|12th April||Early Easter Morning - Elie Harbour|
|12th April||Easter Morning|
|10th May||VE People|
|17th May||A Caring Trust|
|24th May||God Has Been There|
|31th May||Happy Birthday|
|7th June||Trinity Sunday|
|14th June||What is the Plan?|
|28th June||Chosen Seven Deacons|
|5th July||The first martyr for Jesus|
|12th July||Who is Sharing the Old Story?|
|19th July||Encouragement is all we need|
|9th August||Mark -The Resored Worker|
|16th August||Is there a doctor in the church?|
|23rd August||The Lord's brother|
|30th August||Jerusalem church leader|
Thought for the Week
Two lovely contemplations
Week Beginning: 18th Oct 2020
A Celtic Blessing
May the strength of the wind and
the light of the sun,
The softness of the rain and
the mystery of the moon
Reach you and fill you.
May beauty delight you and
happiness uplift you,
May wonder fulfil you and
love surround you.
May your step be steady and
your arm be strong.
May your heart be peaceful and
your word be true.
May you seek to learn
may you learn to live.
May you live to love, and
May you love – always.
All shall be well, and all shall be well
And all manner of thing shall be well……..
For there is a force of love moving through the universe
That holds us fast and will never let us go
(By Julian of Norwich - 1343-1416 – Julian or Juliana of Norwich was an Anchorite, someone who, for religious reasons, withdraws from secular society so as to be able to lead an intensely ascetic life. Amongst her writings was “The Revelations of Divine Love”, the first book written in English by a woman).
There are a growing number of our church activities now being organised via Zoom. We have had quiz nights, Woman’s Group drinks, coffee morning, committee meetings, Trinity Teatime and this Sunday Rev Gavin Boswell is trialing a service of worship at 10.30am. Please look out for adverts and invitations in the weekly email. We look forward to seeing you!
East Neuk Alpha
Four Pittenweem Guides have recently completed the top award in Guiding, the Gold Award. Congratulations to Isla Glover, Alice McCall, Katie McCall and Emma Ashworth.
The Guides have worked very hard over the past 4 years to achieve this award.
A Welcome From the Congregation
Life is a journey and we at East Neuk Trinity Church would be very pleased to walk part or all of it with you.
A group of ordinary people with a variety of backgrounds, we do not claim to have all the answers, but we are willing to explore life’s questions with you and to join with you as you celebrate life’s rites of passage: births, wedding, funerals and all that happens in between.
We are committed to make God known in this place through our worship, in the way that we respond, connect and reflect the love of God within our communities.
We acknowledge the physical and spiritual aspects of life, and firmly believe both have to be held together to find fulfilment in this life, and to ensure eternal life.
Living in the present and looking to the future, we aim to be creative and compassionate in our interactions with others, non- judgemental and welcoming to all who come through the doors of our churches and into our wider community.
The congregation of East Neuk Trinity Church welcomes you! We invite you to come and visit our places of Worship , East Neuk Trinity Church and Colinsburgh Town Hall.
Please note dates and times of services, details of which are given on this website and in noticeboards. Each Sunday, forthcoming services are noted on the Order of Service.
You will find us a friendly group of people who are anxious that our church and our community should be open and outgoing. Enjoy your visit with us!
In compliance with Government Guidelines it is with regret that all church services and activities are cancelled until further notice.
Please follow our facebook page East Neuk Trinity Church of Scotland to keep up to date on information.
Three centres but ONE CHURCH
Services are usually held in the following locations each month at 11:00am:
- Elie Church
- 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month
- Kilconquhar Church
- 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month
- Colinsburgh Town Hall
- 5th Sunday of the month
Full list of weekly services - any change will be notified.
Please note change of venues for the first two weeks of November.