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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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Bunting for Hire The Olive Branch Café Old Kirk Blythswood Care

Bunting for Hire

You can now hire our bunting with lots of flags to brighten your event.

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Olive Branch Café Christmas Lunch

The Café lunch will be held on Thursday 12th December.

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Kirkcaldy Old Kirk 775th Anniversary

Read about a special service for the 775th anniversary.

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Blythswood Shoe Box Appeal 2019

It's nearly time to fill your shoeboxes.

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Next Special Event

Messy Sunday

Messy Sunday will be happening at Bennochy Parish Church on Sunday 22nd September.

The day will begin with the worship service at 11am, followed by teas, as usual. Then, at 1 pm there will be a BBQ to begin the afternoon activities, which include traditional games, races, a treasure hunt and quiz. Kirkcaldy North Primary Choir will entertain at 2.30 pm, and we also have Police Scotland and Cycling UK, bringing particular activities to our Messy Sunday. 3pm close. Hope you are able to join us. This is a free event.

If you are in a position to help on the day, please contact Louisa Turner, Development Worker. If you have a static exercise bike that you could loan to Messy Sunday to be used on the forthcoming Messy Sunday afternoon, could you let George Drummond know please. If required arrangements can be made to pick them up.

Bunting for Hire

Next time you have a celebration with family and friends, why not hire a section of the church’s bunting to decorate your venue?

£5 per hire - 19 flags on the bunting.

Contact G&Q on 07980 367632.

Bunting for Hire

Magazines and Other News
Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Bennochy Newsletters Kirkcaldy Area Reachout Trust

Kirkcaldy Street Pastors

The activities during a typical night in the town in August.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors

The May 11th Prayer Diary has now been published.

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Bennochy Newsletter

The June newsletter is now available.

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Kirkcaldy Area Reachout Trust

Read the Spring Newsletter from KART.

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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
It shouldn't really surprise us that the bible describes water as life giving. We literally cannot survive with it. The average person can survive without water for only 3 days, because 50- 75% of the human body, depending on our age, is made up of water. Water is life sustaining. Did you know that in Peru there is a Billboard that creates water? It captures air humidity, condenses it, and creates water.

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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.

A photo gallery includes pictures, old and new, covering the wide range of activities. To enter the gallery, click here ...