Easter Funtime 2022
At last the Family Fun day is back LIVE, with crafts, stories, games, snacks and Easter chocolate. Bring your own water bottle.
Good Friday 15th April
9:30 to 12:00
All P1 to P7 children are invited
At the Church Hall
Places are limited, so please book in advance
Christmas Fun Day 2021
Lesley and her team have created this Christmas Fun Day – click on the image, then click again to start. Wacth the video and try the activities.
Merry Christmas from all the team.
Summer Family Fun 2021
We’re all pretty sad 😢 that we can’t run the Fun Week again this summer due to the restriction on numbers allowed in the hall.
The good news is that we have found this link on YouTube https://www.virtualsundayschooluk.com/pages/virtual-holiday-club-2021 to a Virtual Holiday Club which looks like it could be fun 🤪🥳🤗🤩. So why not take a look and join in during the week 9th – 13th August ?
Join in with the Virtual Holiday Club day on their YouTube Channel at 10am and 5pm.
Maybe you could get together with one or two friends to watch it, or some family members. You don’t need to do it every day but we hope you will enjoy it, if and when you do. We would love to hear from any of you, so please do send us your comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
From all the Fun Week Team
Easter Family Fun 2021
Can’t believe it! Another Good Friday without a Fun Day.
Will YOU make an Easter Garden?
How will yours look?
How about showing us what Easter means to you?
We will have a walk round the village on Easter Day and have a look at what you have made.
Have a fun Easter!
Here are three entries – don’t they look fantastic.
Virtual Family Fun – Easter & Summer 2020
The Aberdour Churches Family Fun Team have been busy putting together a Virtual Advent Fun Day with all the usual activities – but online!
There is a message from Peter, Songs, Crafts, Stories, Puzzles and an Advent Callendar.
Everybody can join in – click on the links below.
The summer Family Fun Week is still available.
St Fillan’s and St Columba’s working together
A Family Fun Quiz - Questions
Part of the Family Fun Week is a Family Fun Quiz.
All the answers can be found here on the website.
1. When were the first St Fillan’s online ‘paper’ and online ‘video’ service?
2. Which two local artists have pictures in the Gallery?
3. Which church windows depict local scenes?
4. Which is the busiest weekday for Church Hall activities?
5. What is the theme for this years Virtual Fun Week?
6. Which year in this millennium was the church reroofed?
7. Which local organisation provided most of the information for the History pages?
8. What do St. Fillan’s Youth do to raise money for local charities?
9. How much did Norman raise for Christian Aid?
10. Which Hewitt brother died first – the older or younger?
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A Family Fun Quiz - Answers
1. The last service in the church was on Sunday 15th March, the Website went live on 1st April, the first ‘paper’ service was Palm Sunday 5th April, the first ‘video’ service was on Sunday 24th May.
2. The two local artists in the gallery are; Alex Harper (ink drawing) & Wallace Cowan (painting).
3. Five windows depict local scenes: The Grey Sisters window – Hospice, St Columba window – Inchcolm, Healing the Blind window – Dour Burn, Liston window – Inchcolm etc., Pilgrim & St Fillan window – Well. That is nearly half of the windows!
4. The busiest weekday for Church Hall activities is Wednesday – Babies & Toddlers, Rainbows, Cubs & Country Dancing.
5. The theme for this years Virtual Fun Week is ‘Jesus Calms the Storm’.
6. The church was reroofed in 2006.
7. Much of the information for the History pages was provided by the Aberdour Heritage Centre.
8. St. Fillan’s Youth raise money for local charities by baking cakes.
9. Norman raised £1285 for Christian Aid.
10. The youngest Hewitt brother died first – William Geoge Hewitt.
St. Fillan’s Church together with St. Columba’s Episcopal Church run a very successful Family Fun programme three times a year for children in Primary 1 to Primary 7.
This takes the form of a morning event in the church hall to celebrate Easter, a Summer week covering a variety of biblical themes and another morning session, usually in early December to reflect on the Christmas story. In addition to this an infant programme is organised for preschool children to run simultaneously in the Institute for the Summer week only. These events are extremely well attended with up to 40 young children ably supported by many adult volunteers but also a group of five teenagers, whose help and fellowship are enjoyed and appreciated by both the adults and children alike. The ministers from both churches take an active part in the activities and join eagerly in the fun.