Following Government Guidance, it is with regret that we must close the church doors for now; the heart and faith of our Parish remains alive however. More information can be found on this website and on our Facebook Page.

Norman's recordings

Additionally, Norman is making a recording each week in place of the service and you can listen to these on the recordings page.

Looking for something to pass the time?

If you are looking for something to pass the time, you could try these. Save these to your computer; you'll need Microsoft Excel to open them.
Identify the bands pictured here, bands.xls.
Identify the people pictured here as cartoons, people.xls.

What's on?

It is safe to assume that anything where there was going to be a few people in room together, has been cancelled until further notice; if you are in any doubt, contact the organiser for confirmation.

Limekilns Church

The Parish of Limekilns extends to the surrounding villages of Pattiesmuir, Crombie and Charlestown.

We have an active and outreaching membership. Our Mission: Gathering to Worship, Going out to Serve, Sharing Gods Love.

Message from the Minister

Dear friends, this is the third of my weekly Facebook messages.

Looking back at what I said previously, I realise that each week our circumstances change. A mere fortnight ago there was the hope of keeping the building open. Last week I talked of the symbolic act of opening the church doors at the normal time of worship.

This week we are in a situation where I am not permitted to open the church building except for very specific reasons. These are mainly where the church is being used by agencies dealing with the coronavirus crisis.

Not being able to worship in church has revealed how much I love worshipping in both Cairneyhill and Limekilns buildings. Much more than that, how much I love my two congregations. That said, I sense that God is challenging us to worship outside our buildings.

You can listen to the service for 29th March by going to the recordings page.

All of this is experimental, we are learning as we go. Please be patient if or when we make mistakes.

What started out as a problem has become a challenge. We are now beginning to see that challenge as an opportunity. Perhaps, maybe, that is the realpositive we can take from these days.

May God bless you and all whom you love.

Take care and keep praying.

Yours, Norman