A number of Christians from across Fife and Perth & Kinross are planning to distribute invitations to villages and rural addresses in a wide area around Auchtermuchty on Saturday 28 October. The invitation is to a special meeting at ‘The Croft’ Church Hall in Auchtermuchty on Monday 30th October at 7.45pm on the subject “Is God Speaking Today?”
The speaker is Mr Craig Munro, an evangelist and Bible teacher who is based in Fife and spends much of his time speaking and preaching in the East of Scotland.
This meeting has been planned in association with the Christians who meet at Kinross Gospel Hall, 8 Montgomery Street, Kinross and at Ladybank Gospel Hall, 37 Hill Street, Ladybank. Both congregations have regular gospel services to which you would also be made most welcome. Please visit their websites at http://kinrossgospelhall.info/ or https://en-gb.facebook.com/LadybankGospelHall/ for more information.
You may also be interested in a series of talks planned for Tuesday October 31 – Thursday November 2 where Dr Bert Cargill will speak on ‘Christianity and Science’ from at 7.30 pm each night in Ladybank Gospel Hall. All will be made most welcome.
Following the well-attended series of meetings earlier this year, a further series of meetings is planned during September to be held in a portable hall parked at The Priory Veterinary Centre in Whithorn. For full details please see the advert below.
Over the course of this week approximately 20,000 gospel leaflets will be distributed in Kirkcudbrightshire and Dumfriesshire. Please get in touch using the Contact section of the website or using the Freepost address on the leaflet if you would like to receive free literature or a home visit.
Due to local interest, the tent meetings in Methilhill are planned to continue for a further week from Sunday 27th to Thursday 31st August at 8pm each night. Keep praying that the Lord will bless with salvation. Come if you can and bring others with you.
If you live in the Leven area you will have received a leaflet inviting you to a series of tent meetings that are planned to take place from Sunday 13th August until Thursday 24th August 2017 in Methilhill. The meetings will start at 8.00pm each evening Sunday to Thursday and last for 45 minutes. All will be made most welcome.
The speakers are Mr Craig Munro from Crosshill and local man, Mr Simon Sherwin one of the Christians who meet at Innerleven Gospel Hall.
The tent has been pitched just off Sea Road, Methilhill KY8 2GW (next door to Methilhill Primary School).
There will also be Special Children’s Tent Meetings running from Monday 21st – Thursday 24th August 2017 at 6.00pm – 6.45pm each night. Parents should note that all workers are PVG cleared but if you have any other queries feel free to get in touch.
— Meetings extended: see this post —
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.