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Bennochy Parish Church is a friendly community Church situated in central Kirkcaldy, Fife.

Why not join us for Sunday Worship or come along to one of the many groups which meet in the Church halls each week. There are a wide range of activities on offer for all ages. Read more ...

Serving Your Needs

At the heart of the local community, we seek to meet the needs of young and old, those on their own or with families. We can also help with Baptisms and Weddings.

We hope you enjoy visiting our site and wish to participate in the life of the Church and its organisations.

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Bunny Drive

This years Bunny Drive will be held on the 4th April.

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Informal Chat with Robin

Join Robin at The Steadings for an informal chat if you are interested in joining the church or would like to know more about the Christian faith.

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Lent Studies

Read about our course of Lent Studies in March.

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Messy Church

Come along to our February Messy Church for an opportunity to be creative together as a family, worshipping, playing games, having fun, forming friendships and enjoy free hospitality.

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Part time Community Café Manager

The Open Door Project which operates a community café every Thursday based at Bennochy Church Kirkcaldy has a vacancy for a café manager.

Click here for further information and how to apply.

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KART Corner

The Winter edition of KART Corner is now available.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter

The January edition of the Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter is now available.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter

The December edition of the Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter is now available.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter

The November edition of the Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter is now available.

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The Olive Branch Community Café
The Olive Branch Café

Our community café is open every Thursday from 11am until 2pm and now includes an Internet Café with support to assist you with any web related activities.

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Last Weeks Sermon Notes from Bennochy Church
Donald Trump is not small, in any way, but he is becoming a bit of a 'Zacchaeus figure'. Zacchaeus was not a well liked man, and for good reason. He was the chief tax collector in Jericho. It was a border town so would have had a customs station. It was wealthy. It was a fertile area of Judea, so tax income would have been extensive.. It seemed to be the practice that as well as collecting the taxes owed, the tax collector could take a sizable cut for himself. It was a bit like buying your patch from the Roman officials or, even Zacchaeus himself, as the chief tax collector. Being told how much you had to collect, and then on top of that, you were 'free' to collect your 'salary'. The Romans weren't concerned, as long as they got their money. It was a system open to abuse. Under Roman occupation, it would have been difficult, to take to the streets to protest, against the action of such tax collectors, as Zacchaeus. It did come to mind that one of Jesus disciples, Matthew, was a tax collector. I wonder how ethical he was?

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Organisations at Bennochy Parish Church

Life at the Church

Bennochy Parish Church was formed in 2010 by the union of St. Andrew's and St. John's Parish Churches. You can visit our history pages which cover the history of both Churches and recent events at the new Church.

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