Cairneyhill Parish Church

Dunfermline : St Andrew’s Erskine

Dunfermline East

Dunfermline : Gillespie Memorial

Dalgety Parish Church

Aberdour St Fillan’s

Dunfermline : St Margaret’s

Dunfermline : St Leonard’s

Beath and Cowdenbeath North

Lochgelly and Benarty : St. Serf’s

Welcome


Dunfermline Presbytery stretches from
Kincardine in the West to Lochgelly in the East
Presbytery is the gathered life of the Church of Scotland in Dunfermline and West Fife. Presbytery brings together, in a mutually accountable and supportive relationship, ministers, deacons and elders representing local Christian communities in parish, hospital, prison, university and national church administration. Any member church of the Presbytery will make you most welcome and you can find your nearest church here. They can also help you if you are looking for more information on baptism, getting married, or funeral arrangements.

Moderator : Mr. Derek Peters
Clerk : Rev Dr. Iain Greenshields

Around the Presbytery

Presbytery Moderator – 2018-9
 

Presbytery Moderator – 2018-9

Derek Peters, an elder at Cairneyhill Parish Church, is this year’s Moderator for Dunfermline Presbytery. This role is normally held by a minister or deacon and it is only the third time that it has been held by a church elder Derek was born in Glasgow where he attended Sunday...
World Day of Prayer Service
 

World Day of Prayer Service

The Dunfermline World Day of Prayer Service was held in the Abbey.    
Commissioning Service
 

Commissioning Service

Some pictures from the Service of Commissioning for Rev Kate Reynolds, Mission Partner to Tiberias held at The Abbey Church on Sunday 15th November. Kate returned to Dunfermline Presbytery in June 2017 and shared news of her time in Tiberias. She went back to Tiberias with the good wishes of...
Moderator delivers love and prayers to Dunfermline Presbytery
 

Moderator delivers love and prayers to Dunfermline Presbytery

The Moderator’s visit to Dunfermline Presbytery concluded Sunday with a special Songs of Praise service in Dunfermline Abbey.
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