After two weeks of well-attended gospel meetings in the tent on Bridge Street, Cowdenbeath, the tent came down this morning. Many thanks to all who supported these meetings, especially to the Christians who meet at Union Hall, Cowdenbeath. Please remember their regular gospel meeting every Sunday night at 6.45pm.
Many thanks too to all who helped taking the tent down. Here’s a quick time-lapse record of (some of) their efforts.
A special series of gospel tent meetings is planned to start 16th June in Cowdenbeath, God willing. These meetings are being organised by the Christians who meet at the Union Hall on Broad Street. The preachers are Jack Hay from Perth and Craig Munro from Glencraig. The meetings will run Sunday – Thursday from 16th June until 27th June.
Leaflets have been distributed widely across the area and everyone is made very welcome to join us at these meetings.
The tent is being pitched at 3 Bridge Street in Cowdenbeath and marshals will be on hand locally to direct you. For details see the map below.
Apologies to all those who have been trying to access the Scotland Needs the Gospel website over the past few weeks. Your frustrations have been no less than ours!
Our domain name host appears to have gone out of business and has left our scotlandneedsthegospel.org domain name orphaned in cyberspace! So far, all efforts to contact them to allow transfer of the site to another host have failed and we are currently pursuing an appeal to ICANN who manage domain name registrations for the internet. This does not appear to be a quick process so we have registered the domain name scotlandneedsthegospel.org.uk and transferred the site to this domain.
We have not yet tested every aspect of the site, so if you find something that isn’t working, please drop us a note to let us know.
Scotland Needs the Gospel is delighted to be able to announce that The Bible Exhibition is coming to Kirkcaldy. Information leaflets will be distributed around the local area over the next few weeks.
The exhibition will be held in the Gospel Hall, Hayfield Road, Kirkcaldy KY2 5DT. For directions refer to the map at the foot of this post. The exhibition will be available for school RME visits during the day and open to the public every evening from 6pm to 9pm from Monday 17th – Friday 21st September.
If you live in a wide area around the Benarty district of West Central Fife, you will be receiving a copy of our new leaflet through your letterbox very shortly. The standard of our images has been upped a bit with this distribution but we thought you might want to see the full images rather than just a backdrop. Many thanks to danmunrophotography for these stunning images.
Mary Pit winding gear, Lochore Meadows Country Park
Ruin of Inchgall Castle at the entrance to Lochore Meadows Country Park
Craig Munro and Stephen Graham are planning to hold a series of gospel meetings in the Lochore Institute every Wednesday from January 24th – February 21st at 7.45pm. The subject of this series is “Exploring Life’s Key Questions”. Everyone will be made very welcome.
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.