Join us on Sunday night (25th June) for the last in the current series of drive-in gospel meetings at the Halbeath Park and Ride.
At 8pm Craig Munro and Jack Hay will be addressing the subject, “Jesus Christ: Reformer or Redeemer?” Just drive in and the Marshall’s will show you where to park. There is no charge or collection taken. We hope you can join us.
Craig Munro and Jack Hay spoke on the subject of “The Bible: Fact, Fiction or Fantasy” at the Park and Ride at Halbeath this evening. Many thanks to everyone who joined us.
If you have any questions or would like to give feedback, please get in touch using the Contact section on the website.
Remember the meeting next Sunday night at the same time and the same venue.
On Thursday 22nd June at 7.30pm a special meeting will be held in the Dean Park Hotel in Kirkcaldy. Craig Munro will be speaking on the subject: “The Problem of Pain – Does God Care?”
27,000 invitations have been mailed out around the Kirkcaldy area to advertise these meetings, which are being held in association with the Christians who meet at the Gospel Hall on Hayfield Road in the town.
Everyone is welcome to come. The event is entirely free of charge and there will be no collection taken.
Join us for the next drive-in service at the Park-and-Ride at Halbeath on Sunday 18th June at 8.00pm. There is no charge and we don’t take a collection. You are free to drive in and listen for as long as you want – the service will only last for 30 minutes so we hope most people will be able to last that long!
See you there
A big thankyou to all those who came along to the drive-in meeting at the Halbeath Park-and-Ride on Sunday night.
For those of you so far back you couldn’t see Craig, here is a photo of him in full flow.
Keep coming back to this site for more information about further meetings planned during the Summer.
Invitations are being mailed out across the Wigton, Whithorn, Stranraer and Newtonstewart area this week. These are to publicise a series of special gospel meetings to be held in a portable hall located at The Priory Veterinary Centre, 3 John Street, Whithorn DG8 8PD.
The meetings will start Monday 15th May and continue each night at 7:15pm until Thursday 18th May.
Everyone is welcome!
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Thought for the week April 19 Central Fife Times
This coming Sunday is the anniversary of the day when Thomas, one of the 12 disciples of the Lord Jesus, famously stated, “I WILL NOT BELIEVE”, when told that Christ was alive. This is why he is often called ‘doubting Thomas’. Thomas in some way embodies all who have problems, doubts and fears and queries about evidence for resurrection. We live in an age of deep skepticism where people are being bombarded with fake news. There is a need for evidence. Thomas could have believed the bible prophesies that the Christ must rise again from the dead –they always had been shown to be right. The predictions, for example, of the birth of Christ at Bethlehem, the betrayal by his friend, His death by crucifixion, gambling for His clothes, had all come true. Thomas could have believed the reliable testimony of his own friends and fellow disciples. They also had been deeply skeptical themselves when first told that Jesus had been raised again but after seeing Him alive their lives were utterly transformed from sorrow and doubt, to joy and happiness. His beleaguered fisherman friends could hardly have fought the Roman guard of 16 soldiers, broken the seal of Rome, rolled back the stone and stolen the body! When Thomas saw the risen Christ on this Sunday almost 2000 years ago he no longer needed to put his finger into the print of the nails in His hands. Instead he fell down believing and shouted: “My Lord and My God”. Every Christian can look back to a point where they did the same and came to believe in the resurrection of Jesus Christ, finding doubt turned to assurance; sorrow turns to joy; anxiety to hope.
Over the course of this week around 36,000 leaflets will be distributed around the wider Dunfermline area including Rosyth, Dalgety Bay, Inverkeithing, North Queensferry, High Valleyfield and other areas within the postcode area.
These leaflets are being issued in association with the Christians who meet at the Gospel Hall, Hospital Hill, Dunfermline who are planning to hold a special series of Gospel meetings starting Sunday 23 April and thereafter each night Sunday to Thursday until 7th May. On Sunday nights the meetings will start at 8.00pm and through the week at 7.30pm. All meetings will last for 45 minutes and the subject being dealt with is “Is There a God?”
There will also be a special Drive-In service held in the Halbeath Park and Ride car park on Sunday 14 May at 8.00pm.
Please join us if you can!