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Presbytery of Fife

Posted on 29th Jan 2021

The St Andrews Presbytery ceased to exist at the end of 2020 when we joined with the Presbyteries of Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy to form the Presbytery of Fife. The first meeting of the new presbytery will take place online on Saturday 6 February. 

The Business Committee of the new presbytery will be convened by our own Reverend Brian Porteous, OLM. It will be supported by the Board of Mission, convened by the Reverend Andrew Morrice, from the Dunfermline Presbytery, and the Board of Management, convened by the Reverend Gillian Paterson, from the Kirkcaldy Presbytery. The presbytery moderator for this first year will be the Reverend Jane Barron, who serves as the locum in Ceres, Kemback, and Springfield.

The Reverend Dr David Coulter will serve as the presbytery clerk, beginning after Easter. Neil Campbell will serve as the presbytery mission director, beginning in February. For the time being, each former presbytery will retain a part-time administrative assistant.

Parish Kirk - A Venerable Place of Worship

Posted on 18th Oct 2020

You may have noticed that Cupar town centre has a series of new signs! Three of these are "interpretive" to explain to Cuparians and visitors the town's history and heritage - and one of these features Cupar Old Parish Church!

Other signs are are located at the railway station, the Fluthers car park, Bonnygate, Mercat Cross and Burnside.

The project is a partnership between Cupar Development Trust (CDT), Cupar Heritage, and consultants CMC Associates, who prepared the town’s Interpretive Plan in 2017. 

More information can be found at: 

     https://www.cuparnow.blog/2020/10/09/sign-of-the-times/

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