Hello! …and welcome to Dalgety Parish Church.

We meet for worship every Sunday at 10.30am.  Details of how to find us may be found on our Contacts page.

We are a mixed congregation, and we would love you to become part of that mix.

We are an active congregation who enjoy ‘liberal Bible-based’ worship, keeping our faith at the centre of our lives as best we can.  We aim to be able to laugh together, and cry together

We are also active in the community and further afield as you will discover through our worship, our magazine – WOW; and through the many invitations, extended to members and parish alike, to join in our events, to come to hear a variety of speakers, to join in ventures locally and as far away as Malawi!

We are active – however we are not perfect! We aim to do our best, to welcome everyone, of all denominations and none, no matter where anyone is on their faith journey, no matter race, background, gender, sexuality. No matter even what football or rugby team you support!

Please ask us about anything that is on your mind; come and share your thoughts, becoming part of this amazing, fun-loving, faith-filled team.

We look forward to the shared journey ahead.

Pastoral Matters

Pastoral Care: Members of the Ministry Team are available to help with any pastoral matters.

Baptism: The minister would be happy to discuss baptism with you.

Marriage: Couples who wish to be married in church should contact the minister as soon as possible. The minister is willing to consider conducting wedding services at other local venues.

Funerals: Following the death of a loved one, the minister may be contacted by the funeral directors or by the family. The minister is very willing to help with funerals for those in the parish, no matter whether they be church members or not.

Rev. Christine Sime,
Minister, Dalgety Parish Church.

Following on from the church’s Harvest Appeal in aid of Re-act, Refugee Action Scotland, a reminder that any goods you’d like to donate can be collected from your home and delivered to Re-act’s warehouse in Edinburgh, ready to be transported out to the refugee camps in France, Greece, Italy, Syria, Turkey, Lebanon and the Balkans. We also can use your gifts of donated goods to help the refugees who have settled in Scotland.
Many of you have already generously gifted us a wonderful quantity of excellent items. Thank you.

The items we’re looking for are as follows.
Clothes: new underwear and socks for both adults and children. Warm clothing in small/medium sizes and babies/children’s clothes in all sizes.
Camping eqpt: tents, torches, batteries, sleeping bags etc
Educational items: craft items, school supplies.
First aid: first aid boxes, plasters, bandages etc, Ibuprofen, Paracetamol, crutches, walkers, wheelchairs.
Household items: towels, bedding (not duvets), blankets. Last winter there was heavy snow even in some of the Greek camps, so we need to prepare well for this coming winter.
For bigger medical items, please contact Connie Dobson to discuss whether it is needed or not.
Sewing machines, sewing supplies, wedding dresses and old, broken, or tangled chains and costume jewellery to be repaired and recycled for direct aid to refugees.
If you have anything you’d like to donate, and would like it to be collected from your home, please contact Connie Dobson on 01383 271077 or 07810579501, to arrange suitable time for uplift.
There is also a drop off day, run by Refuge Fife each month, and the next one is on Saturday 30th September 10am – 2pm, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 26, Winifred Cresc, Kirkcaldy. Many other local churches from across Fife bring their donations there and stay to help and have lunch with the volunteers there, on the day.