Latest Photographs

Oh Happy Day! 2019 United Nativity
Nativity Story told by our Carol Singers. 2019
A message from King Herod!
Sweet singing  Nativity 2019
Learning & Sharing Communion Dec 2019
Having a closer look!

Summer Challenge

It is not too late to join our summer challenge, and everyone is welcome to join us. 
All you need do, is remember to record your daily exercise during the month of July
in steps, miles or kilometres on a daily basis then record them weekly with either:
Sandra Dixon - Mobile: 07855 861223    
Email:   or
Lorna Graham - Mobile: 07974934205  

Church from your Couch

Church from your Couch - Summer Family Service

Summer Challenge 2020

For the full month of July, record your mode of physical exercise by steps, miles or kilometres on a weekly basis.
Register the figures along with your name via: text message, phone call or email
As you go, remember to collect & decorate pebbles with messages & images of hope, kindness, love & joy. We will take them for safe keeping & use to make a display for all to see at your church.
Remember to take pictures and please share these with us so we can compile something wonderful as a pictorial memory of July 2020 in our local area.

Register your distance with:
Sandra Dixon - Mobile: 07855 861223    Email:
Lorna Graham - Mobile: 07974934205  Email:
A celebration will be held in a safe and appropriate manner in August.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              How many people do you think we can virtually transport to Silversands Aberdour?

Sunday Service: 21 June 2020

Please join us here for Church from your Couch Sunday's service: Rollercoaster

To join us for Hymns at Home CH4: 641 - Seek ye first the Kingdom of God: Played by Catriona Lachlan

Something for the young and young at heart Kids Kirk 

Seek ye first the kingdom of God
And his righteousness;
And all these things will be added unto you;
Allelu, alleluia.
Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

Ask, and it shall be given unto you,
Seek, and ye shall find;
Knock, and the door shall be opened unto you;
Allelu, alleluia.
Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

You shall not live by bread alone,
But by every word
That proceeds from the mouth of the Lord;
Allelu, alleluia.
Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!


Sunday morning worship currently takes place at 9.45 am in the West Kirk; and 11.15 am at Polbeth Harwood Church.  Members regularly participate in the readings and lead prayers. Orders of service are available on the right of this page, with sermons also available.

Communion is celebrated in both congregations 4 times a year on the first Sundays of March, June, September and December at 9.45 a.m and at 11.15am. Home communion is available to the housebound.

Hymns are chosen from the Church Hymnary (CH4), Mission Praise and Junior Praise.

A regular car service operates in both congregations for any requiring transport to and from morning worship and ad hoc arrangements are made for other services and social events.

Crèche facilities, under the supervision of approved volunteers, are available for morning worship.

Tea and coffee are served in the hall after the Sunday service at the West Kirk and before the service in Polbeth Harwood.

Every two months, a short informal service of praise, prayer and meditation is held in local sheltered accommodation at 3pm on a Sunday afternoon. This is conducted by members of the worship group.

Special additional services are held at both Christmas and Easter and an annual Bereavement Service.