We have a new website with our sister church. Please visit https://cleishandfossowaychurches.org.uk/
Welcome To Our Website
We hope that your visit to our website will provide helpful information on who we are, what we are doing and where you can find us. If you would like to know more, please get in touch or, better still, come and visit us.
Our regular Sunday morning worship services are held at 9.45 a.m. in our church which is located on Church Road in the Crook of Devon, a village which is a short distance from Kinross. We would love to see you and will be very happy to welcome you.
We seek to be a church that reaches out in love and service to all in our Parish and beyond, a church which encourages and enables everyone to contribute and to participate in its Christian life and worship. We seek to know Christ and make him known. We aim to be inclusive of all, irrespective of age, race, ability, gender or sexual orientation.
Our website is an important part of our mission to serve the Lord Jesus Christ and make his name and love known as widely as possible both within our community and in the wider world.
Thank you for visiting us on line and do come and worship with us in this beautiful part of Scotland.
Our Church Buildings are Re-opening
During the past months due to the Corona Virus and Covid-19 restrictions, we had to cancel all our services of worship, meetings and events.
We are very pleased to announce that both our Churches will be opening for a time of private prayer and reflection:
Cleish Parish Church each Thursday at 7-7.20pm
Fossoway Parish Church each Thursday at 2.30-2.50pm
Our Sunday worship will continue through our Sunday ‘Zoom’ services.
Fossoway Church at 10am and Cleish Church at 11.30am.
Celebration of Holy Communion will take place by ‘Zoom’ on Wed 28th Oct at 7pm
We continue to keep in touch through our email network, phone and letter.
If you would like to join us please phone the Rev Lis Stenhouse 01577 842128.
The Church of Scotland video of Sunday Worship
The Rt Rev Colin Sinclair (Moderator of the General Assembly) offers us this prayer as we deal with a new illness in our communities.
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The Church of Scotland has joined with other religious groups across the country to sign a letter commending the Call for a National Day of Prayer in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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