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Bennochy Parish Church History


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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Walkers Harvest Messy Church Fun and Find Out Day

Townhill Loch Walk

Come along to Townhill Loch with the Walkers.

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Harvest Thanksgiving Service

Donations of non perishable food are hoped for at our annual Harvest service.

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October Messy Church

Read about our next Messy Church event!

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Fun and Find Out Day Volunteers

Volunteers needed for our annual Fun and Find Out Day.

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Next Special Event

Harvest Thanksgiving Service


Our Harvest Thanksgiving Service is on Sunday 9th October and will be led by Mrs Nancy Gilmartin.

Donations of non perishable food will be collected for the work of the Salvation Army and there will be an offering taken for the work of Jenny Featherstone. This donation will be sent on to Jenny to help with the excellent work she does out in Zambia. Please remember her in your prayers and be as generous as you can in your giving.


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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Kirkcaldy Foodbank

The September newsletter from Kirkcaldy Foodbank is now available.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter

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

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Crossreach Newsletter

The September edition of the Crossreach Newsletter is now available. This includes their special Christmas catalogue.

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Kirkcaldy Street Pastors Newsletter

The July 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
I have recently started to watch a drama on TV called Someone knows my name. It is about the slave trade from Africa to America in the 18th century. As you might imagine some of it is a hard watch. It makes you wonder how people can be treated so badly. It is part of our history. As a nation, we were involved in the dehumanisation of others. To be a slave is not to be treated as human. One of the great challenges of scripture is that is does not directly condemn slavery. It was another world. One we have in some senses moved on from. But think of what happened in South Africa during apartheid, people were dehumanised and some denominations of the church there even gave apartheid scriptural support.

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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.

A photo gallery includes pictures, old and new, covering the wide range of activities. To enter the gallery, click here ...