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The Church is now partially re-opened, but we are still on Zoom and YouTube
Following confirmation from the Scottish Government and approval from Fife Presbytery, we have now re-opened for Sunday services (with restrictions) in St Columba’s. There is a limit of 50 people allowed in the church and there are strict rules about 2m distancing, not singing and wearing face coverings at all times.
Our services currently last about 30-40 minutes. Access to the toilets will be available, if required. Please come in to the main church door and follow instructions from the welcome team. Services are also streamed live to Zoom and YouTube. .
If anyone has any questions, please contact Alan on (01592) 742233 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Whether you are able to join on Sunday or not, our prayers are still with everyone at what continues to be a very difficult time.
Meeting ID: 760 446 7830 Passcode: 315046
Alternatively, you can watch live or later on YouTube:
Please find below the links to the upcoming YouTube Sunday Services:
Sunday 18th April – https://youtu.be/rwhBbxpL4c4
Sunday 25th April – https://youtu.be/srSEoQAE8kU
Zoom Service and YouTube
The service will be live on Zoom at 11am on the usual Meeting Id. To join with video use this link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/7604467830?pwd=MVNZbUhqbDh1ZTRVeXl3cVl3NDBydz09
Or if you have the Zoom app, use Meeting ID: 760 446 7830 and password: 315046
To join by telephone, dial 0131 460 1196, then enter the Meeting ID: 760 446 7830# and the Password: 315046#
There will also be a live stream on our YouTube channel.
You should see the live stream appear on Sunday morning by 10:45am. The link will also be on Facebook.
If you have any questions, please e-mail email@example.com or phone (01592) 752539.
Each Sunday we will live stream or upload worship on the YouTube channel. There will also be other occasional items.
The Church is not a building, the Church is not a steeple.
The Church is not a resting-place, the Church is a people!
I am the Church! You are the Church!
We are the Church together!
All who follow Jesus, all around the world,
yes, we’re the Church together.
Richard Kinsey Avery (b. 1934) and Donald Stuart Marsh (b. 1923) Reproduced from CH4 CD-ROM edition, number 204
Words and Music: © 1972, Hope Publishing Company, Carol Stream, IL 60188, USA. All rights reserved. Used by permission. CCLI No. 178199
St Columba’s building is still closed except for NHS Baby Immunisation Clinics, which are regarded as essential and will be taking place on Thursdays. These will be run by the NHS nurses, who will take responsibility for the Coronavirus precautions. The only other access will be by Carol or one of the other folk who has the alarm code very occasionally to keep an eye on a possible ant infection in the kitchen. No other key holders should attempt to access the building because the alarm will be set.
However, St Columba’s Church is still very active. There will be regular updates through the Facebook page, website and on the dedicated telephone number (01592) 366016. The answering machine in the church office will be checked by remote access.
There is also an ongoing programme of telephone calling of members and others. Please keep in touch with folk and if they need advice or help, please contact me (742233), Carol or the church office (752539).
St Columba’s Parish Church is situated beside St Columba’s roundabout, near the Kingdom Shopping Centre in Glenrothes. We seek to share God’s love with the people of the parish and beyond.
Our main worship service starts at 11am and all are invited to stay for Tea and Coffee after the service at about 12 noon. We start the service together and, except when we have family services, children leave for the crèche or Junior Church after about 20 minutes.
We welcome visitors to our services. Please don’t worry about what to do when, what to wear or feeling you have to be on your best behaviour! We are just delighted to welcome you.
Messy Church is held on the second Sunday of each month between 4pm and 6pm. This is for anyone, but especially families. It includes crafts, games, singing, stories and we end by sharing a hot meal together.
We hold special services, especially around Christmas and Easter. We also sometimes share worship with the other churches in Glenrothes and Leslie.
See Our Malawi Partnership page for details of our partnership discussions with Chuluchosema CCAP Church in Malawi.
St. Columba’s Parish Church of Scotland, Glenrothes (SC016386)
Minister – Alan Kimmitt (01592) 742233 or firstname.lastname@example.org