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Bennochy Parish Church is a friendly community Church situated in central Kirkcaldy, Fife.

Why not join us for Sunday Worship or come along to one of the many groups which meet in the Church halls each week. There are a wide range of activities on offer for all ages. Read more ...

Serving Your Needs

At the heart of the local community, we seek to meet the needs of young and old, those on their own or with families. We can also help with Baptisms and Weddings.

We hope you enjoy visiting our site and wish to participate in the life of the Church and its organisations.

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balletLORENT Bennochy Church The Olive Branch Café The Green and Quirky Upcycling Project

Community cast performance opportunity

Dance company balletLORENT is looking for five older people.

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Privacy Policy

We have published our Privacy Policy.

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Why not help out at our café. You'll be most welcome!

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G & Q Sale of Work

The G & Q is holding a sale of our work in the Mercat.

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Next Special Event

Our annual Bereavement Service this year takes place on Sunday 30th September at 3pm. The service is open to everyone who wishes to remember the life of a loved one. To help with catering, please let our Session Clerk, George Drummond, know if you are planning to attend.

Our Harvest Service is planned for 7th October. Again we hope to have our Missionary partner, Jenny Featherstone, live on screen from Zambia. An offering will be taken to support Jenny's work.

Poppy Appeal: Don’t forget to keep your empty plastic bottles - the ones with the curved bases are ideal - to make our poppy display for November. If possible please cut off the base ready for painting.

Saturday 24th November: Christmas Afternoon Teas. The Women’s Group will organise the afternoon teas, but will welcome other Church groups, friends, etc, to run the cake and candy stall and other tables.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors

The August Prayer Diary has now been published.

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Bennochy Newsletter

The June newsletter has now been published.

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CrossReach Information Sheet

The March newsletter from Crossreach is now available.

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KART Corner

The Spring edition of KART Corner is now available.

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The Olive Branch Community Café
The Olive Branch Café

Our community café is open every Thursday from 11am until 2pm and now includes an Internet Café with support to assist you with any web related activities.

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Our Latest Sermon Notes
Throughout history, people of power have built some impressive buildings. Pyramids, temples, palaces, castles and grand stately homes. Often built on prominent places, they are there for other people to see. They shouted, 'WOW'. Look at me! They are displays of status, prestige, sophistication, and in most cases of course, of power. Can you name some buildings built to impress? Coliseum in Rome, Taj Mahal in India - the tomb of an Indian emperors favourite wife, Palace of Versailles - home of the Kings of France. The Stewart kings of Scotland built their own palaces at Linlithgow and Falkland, to show they were sophisticated European kings, into art, music and architecture. The list goes on. What about the 'wee pad' in Pennsylvania Ave? Did you know that the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest, Romania, has 1100 rooms. Started by Ceausescu as a symbol of his status and to show to the world the power of communist Romania. In reality it was all about him and his rule, rather than the needs of the country. These places, are more than just buildings.

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Organisations at Bennochy Parish Church

Life at the Church

Bennochy Parish Church was formed in 2010 by the union of St. Andrew's and St. John's Parish Churches. You can visit our history pages which cover the history of both Churches and recent events at the new Church.

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