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Fife InterFaith Group Meetings
16th October 2021
Fife InterFaith Group

The next meeting of the Fife InterFaith Group is a talk by Robert Williamson on Unificationism which will be held on Wednesday 20th October from 7pm - 9pm. This will be an online meeting and if people are interested to contact Louisa for the zoom details.

Fife Interfaith Group is affiliated to Interfaith Scotland. Annually Interfaith Scotland request all affiliated groups to host a one off event under the same title. This year as we welcome world leaders to Scotland for COP26, we have been invited to consider topics under the title of 'Together Our Planet'.

There will be a special online event on Wednesday 3rd November, from 7pm - 9pm, when people of Fife will hear from Cosy Kingdom on energy saving and subsequently how we can go some way as individuals to save our planet in our own homes; Touch Community Garden on how during the pandemic the idea came to two ladies out for a walk in Dunfermline and who now run events and have turned wasteland into a place for the community to come together; there will be another speaker and an interactive quiz to end the evening. Once again contact Louisa for the zoom details to join.

Coffee, Book and Chat
13th October 2021
Coffee, Book and Chat via Zoom

Robin will be hosting the next Coffee, Book & Chat via Zoom on Wednesday 27th October starting at 10am - Just bring your own coffee and chat!

On the day, use this link to connect to the Zoom Meeting: Zoom Link.

Meeting ID: 828 8813 3072
Passcode: 770474

Afghan Refugees Coming To Fife
6th September 2021
Fife Voluntary Action

Fife Voluntary Action is working with public sector partners in Fife, other third sector organisations and the people of Fife, to welcome and support Afghan refugees looking to settle here in Fife.

There are three things that the Churches can do:

We can raise awareness and contribute to the Fife Voluntary Action Afghani Refugees Crowdfunder Appeal.

The second is to donate goods.

The third is to donate our time. (Volunteer!) FVA is looking for people who can support donations and the collection of donations.

For full details please read the How churches in Fife Presbytery can help leaflet.

Clothes Bank
31st May 2021
Clothes 4 Kids

We have all had a very difficult year and a half, but for some people it has caused serious hardship.

Many people will be without a job for the first time in their lives and they will not know where to go for help or who to ask.

As a church we need to do something to try and support our community. It was suggested to the 4 town centre churches that they come together to do something to help.

We have decided to organise a clothes bank for children’s clothes. We are asking for clothes from birth to 16 years old which are still of good quality, it is not a jumble sale.

We ask that they are laundered and ready to be given out as we do not have laundry facilities. We are also asking the 4 congregations to think about buying a pack of pants or socks when they do their shopping as no-one wants second-hand underwear and let’s not forget the babies who will need nappies.

The “Clothes 4 Kids”, starting on the 2nd August, will be open on a Monday and Wednesday morning in the St Bryce Kirk building but is a 4 church initiative.

Please consider supporting your project to support your community either by handing in new underwear or with a donation so that we can buy things that are needed.

We would also like to invite people to come and help.

Clothes and donations can be handed into the St Bryce Kirk building Monday – Thursday between 9am – 2pm.

Thank you

The Well Near Me
24th February 2021
The Well

Do you have concerns about your or a family members health & wellbeing?

The Well can provide information, guidance, support to anyone over 16+ in regard to their health and wellbeing. The staff can provide the needed information to empower people and help them find the tools to resolve their problems. We can provide information on topics such as social care, care at home, housing issues, bereavement, carer support, benefits and many more.

The Well is operating every:

  • Monday 1pm - 3pm
  • Tuesday 10am - 12noon
  • Wednesday 10am - 12noon
  • Thursday 10am - 12noon and 1pm - 3pm
Click for Document The Well Near Me Leaflet
Click for Website The Well Website

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