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Long Service!

Congratulations to Margaret Tait on receiving her Certificate of Long Service in recognition of over 40 years of dedicated service ...
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BB Dedication Service

Today we welcomed the 4th Dunfermline (Abbey) Company and members of the Dunfermline and District Battalion to our service as ...
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In Other News

What does peace look like?

This weeks sermon, preached on Remembrance Sunday, 10th November, is online now ...
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Saintly Discipleship

This weeks sermon is online now ...
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Celebration of the Young Church

Some pictures from the service celebration the Young Church ...
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The Incredible History of Fife

Some pictures from the launch event for "Fife From Earliest Times to the Present Day" by Gordon Brown and Alistair Moffat. It has been described as the most up-to-date work on Fife with the authors responding to the desire for ...
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Pilgrims Together

The sermon preached by Father Chris Heenan at the 11am Ecumenical Service on Sunday 2nd June as part of a day of events centred around St Margaret ...
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An Ending and A Beginning

The Sermon preached on Sunday 2nd June 2019 at the 9.30am service by the minister, Rev MaryAnn R. Rennie ...
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Ecumenical Service

On Sunday 2nd June at the 11am we welcome St Margaret Pilgrimage for an ecumenical service as we celebrate St Margaret of Scotland’s legacy as “Pilgrims Together”. The young church meets during this service. Father Chris Heenan will preach the sermon and the ...
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1st Summer Walk – 2019

A lovely evening for a walk round Crossford ...
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Abbey Quaich 2019

We had another fine day at Dunfermline Golf Club for the Annual Abbey Quaich. The weather held out, although it was a bit chilly for May!! Congratulations to Bill McIntosh on winning the Trophy with a winning score of 37 ...
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The Lost Tomb of Robert the Bruce

The lost tomb of Robert the Bruce returned to Dunfermline Abbey, well a scale model of it did. The model of the tomb is part of the new permanent exhibition in the Abbey Church. Along with the model you can ...
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