Taken on the way to church, whatever the weather, every Sunday (almost) at about 9.15am. Warmest Sunday was 23rd August at 19C and the coldest was 13th December at -2C
“Blessed”- The sermon preached at the 9.30am Service in Dunfermline Abbey on Sunday, 20th December 2015 by Rev MaryAnn R. Rennie
Join us at 7pm this evening (Tuesday 22nd December) for Carol Singing in Crossford Village Hall.
“Anointed”- The sermon preached at the 11am Service in Dunfermline Abbey on Communion Sunday, 13th December 2015 by Very Rev Andrew McLellan CBE
It was the Abbey’s turn to be featured in the Church of Scotland’s Advent Calendar today.
“Hope Transforming Fear”- The sermon preached at the 11am Service at Dunfermline Abbey on Sunday 22nd November 2015 by the Minister, Rev. MaryAnn R. Rennie. “At the start of Advent we live in a world that rumbles with anxiety”
“Thanks once again to The Abbey Church Dunfermline for their incredibly generous monthly donations of food. As you can see, the collection yesterday was tremendous, particularly bearing in mind the appalling weather conditions. This food is so gratefully received by those in depserate need.” – Frontline Fife Homelessness Services
Dunfermline Abbey has many special services and events throughout the Advent and Christmas season. From the Christingle Service, to the Christmas Concert from the band of the Royal Marines Scotland, to the Blue Christmas Service, there is something for everyone!
“Letting go of Power”- The sermon preached at the 11am Service at Dunfermline Abbey on Sunday 22nd November 2015 by the Minister, Rev. MaryAnn R. Rennie