What’s On

Men’s Breakfast – the noise of fellowship continues…  Our next Men’s Breakfast is on Saturday 16th November at the usual time of 9.30ish.  Please come along and enjoy breakfast, chat and a time of fellowship, no sign up sheet…just turn up on the day.

Book of the Month – “Once An Arafat Man”  by  Tass Saada

At the age of 17, Tass Saada was a PLO sniper and chauffer for Arafat. His experience growing up as a Palestinian refugee had taught him to hate, especially the Jews.

However, his life took a dramatic change on March 14th, 1993 when  God revealed Himself to Tass in an amazing way.

This book tells his story and gives you an intimate look at how hatred can turn into love and hope.

Thinking Aloud – Tuesday 19th November 7.30pm

The Search for Inner Peace and Contentment

 Are people of faith more contented and at peace than non-believers?

· Do you need money to be happy?

· How can you accept God’s forgiveness if you can’t forgive yourself?

· If your life is in turmoil how do you even start to find peace?

There are a lot of unhappy, angry or stressed people in our country, in our community.  Do we have any answers for them, for ourselves?

Or is inner peace and contentment just a myth, a pipedream, an unattainable goal?  Come and share in the discussion.  Come to share fellowship and refreshments even if you think you have nothing to contribute.   All are welcome at 6 Forth Reach at 7.30pm on

Tues 19th November.

Grease Sing A Long. Following the successful Mamma Mia sing a long event we held last year, The Guild is hosting a Grease sing a long on Friday 15th November at 7.30pm in the church hall. The format is the same as last year, a cheese and wine evening (BYOB of wine): we will provide the cheese, biscuits etc. and soft drinks. Tickets: Adult £7.50 : Child £5.00 : Family £20.00 from the Church office between 9.30am and 12 noon Monday to Friday or call  07912445219 to place an order. Please come and enjoy an evening watching Grease and singing the fab songs along with Sandy, Danny and the rest of the gang.  Dressing up is encouraged, but not obligatory. There will be a raffle and all the proceeds from the evening will got to the Guild projects.  TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE TODAY IN THE HALL OF FELLOWSHIP.

17th November 4pm: CrossReach celebrate 150 years of service with a service in The Abbey Church Dunfermline.  Teas served from 3.00pm.

The Christian Aid Concert will be on Friday 22 November at 7.30pm in the Church.  Tickets are on sale now (all at the concessionary price of £5) from committee members, Alistair, Anne, Gillian, Malcolm, or May. (Or from the office in mid-week).

Messy Church – 24th November 3.00 pm – 5.00 pm.  Open invitation as always, for those with or without family with them.  Come and see!  Come and join in.  Activities for all, or simply chat with other.  And if you have an egg boxes/trays going spare, we could use them.  Please hand them in to the church office.

Travelling Nativity – Sunday 8th December at 4.00 pm.  Would you like to be involved?  Actors – all parts are non-speaking.  Still a few places to be filled.  There will be a rehearsal at 5.00 pm on

1st December IN the church for actors/mimers, narrators and all.

Bubblegum ‘n’ Fluff 9th and 10th December, 9.30 am – 11.30 am.

We are looking for volunteers (previous experience not required) to help at 8 craft tables each morning. Please sign up if you can help. Two per table would be great . Also someone to operate the AV desk each morning; and on the Monday someone to provide refreshments for staff/parents and both days to provide the juice and biscuits for the pupils. (everything there – just preparing and serving).

Pastoral Care Group: a group who make visits to some folk over and above the Elders’ visits. Would you be interested in joining us? For more information, or to offer your services please speak to Alice McEwan, Anne Marshall, Greta Heggie, Aileen Nicol, Ann Shields…..if you don’t know who they are, ask someone on our welcome team to point you in the right direction.

The Lighthouse – Wednesday 13th November 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm.  Drop in with friends, or on your own and be assured of a warm welcome and a chat.