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Worship for Sunday 25th October

The service is conducted by the St. Fillan's Worship Group. Hymn My Jesus, My Saviour…..Old Testament Reading Isaiah 42:16 New Testament Reading The Gospel according to St. John 9:1-41 Hymn Faithful One: So Unchanging Hymn It is Well with my Soul Sunday Services are...

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Remembrance Sunday 8th October 2020

Remembrance Sunday 8th October 2020

The St Fillan's Church Service will be held in the Church Hall, and begin at 10.20am, to be followed by the Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial at 11am. The normal Booking System will apply. Social Distancing will be in operation for the Service, and for...

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Worship for Sunday 18th October

The service is conducted by the minister, readings are from a member of the congregation from their home. Hymn Jesus, Lover of My SoulOld Testament Reading Genesis 12:1-9 New Testament Reading The Gospel according to St. Matthew 9:9-12 Hymn He Who Would Valiant Be...

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Harvest Foodbank Collection -Update

Harvest Foodbank Collection -Update

This Harvest, the Church collected for local foodbanks.UPDATE - 161.3 Kg of food and £257.50 in cash donations was collected - Thank you.You can still donate at St Columba’s - it has a collection bin, or you could use the trolleys at supermarkets.

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Crosier October 2020

Crosier October 2020

The Editor, Shiona Doig, is looking for contributions to the October issue of the St Fillan's Crosier, with a closing date of Friday 23 October. Articles and photographs will be received gratefully via email: doig123@btinternet.com. The Crosier is St Fillan's Church...

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Harvest Worship for Sunday 11th October

This Harvest service is conducted by the minister at Parkend Farm, Aberdour. Hymn We Plough the Fields and ScatterOld Testament Reading Exodus 23:14-19 The Three Annual Festivals New Testament Reading The Gospel according to St Mark 4: 1-9 The Parable of the Sower...

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Prayer Group

The Prayer Group meets every Wednesday at 2.30pm for 20/30 minutes. We used to meet in the Church, but after several interruptions from parties of visitors, we moved to the Vestry! After lockdown, we had to refrain from meeting and agreed that we would still pray on...

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Returning to Worship…

The thought of returning to worship sounds daunting after reading the 3 pages of instructions. Here is the experience of one member. "Returning to worship in St. Fillan's last week was wonderful. On arrival we were met by the welcoming group who ticked off our names...

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