DONT FORGET OUR MESSY CHURCH AFTERNOON
THIS SUNDAY 14TH MAY 4PM-6PM!! 🙂
PLEASE COME ALONG TO OUR SUNDAY SERVICE IN THE CHURCH FROM 11AM.
All individuals and families are welcome. Share in junior church, communion, fellowship and refreshements after each service.
Praise be to God!
Please join the Glenrothes Area Covenanted Partnership each Friday monring at St Margaret’s Church from 8am-8.30am to reflect in prayer and fellowship. Reflect on the past and look forward in faith to the future.
Please join us at St Columba’s Church every Wednesday between 11.30am-3pm for refreshments, games, friendship and more. All are welcome to attend.
At St Columba’s, we are delighted to be back serving and hosting in our Church Building and Halls.
We are now back to Sunday at 11am in the church, on Zoom and on YouTube.
Please join us on Zoom using the following link, meeting ID and passcode
Meeting ID: 760 446 7830
Please join us on our YouTube channel using the below links to our upcoming services:
Previous services are on our YouTube channel.
St. Columba’s Scottish Country Dancing class in Glenrothes restarted on Monday 29th August, following the summer recess. The class recently celebrated their 60th year and would be delighted to have new members to come and join in the fun, friendship and fitness on a Monday evening.
Scottish country dancing is very social and boasts a whole host of benefits for participants such as helping to keep you fit, it gets the heart racing without being high adrenaline, and it is also great for the memory.
One of the great things about Scottish country dancing is that there is something for everyone no matter what age they are – even people with health issues can take part.
The class is very accessible and we’re always looking to welcome new members. Come and join us! The class meets every Monday evening from 7:45–9:15pm at St Columba’s church on Rothes Road in Glenrothes, for more information, please email: email@example.com, or call: 07796 630941.
St Columba’s Church is still very active. There will be regular updates through the Facebook page, website and Sunday services through our Zoom and YouTube platforms.
We are looking forward to welcoming all the young people who have been to Junior Church in the past, as well as any who have not been before. We will be in the church for the first part of the service, as before, and then we will go through to the big hall. At the end of Junior Church, the leaders will bring the children back to the sanctuary.All young people, aged 3-16, are more than welcome