For information on the meetings planned for the next few Wednesday nights at the Lochore Institute, please click here to go to the Scotland Needs The Gospel site.
Hope to see you there!
Following the good response to our first 30 minute meeting in the town hall in Lochgelly on 21st February we have managed to secure the same venue for a couple of Tuesday nights in March. Come along and hear a simple explanation of Christianity done and dusted in 30 minutes on 14th and 28th March at 8.30pm. See you there.
See the map below for details of how to find the town hall.
Many thanks to all who joined us at the Lochgelly Centre for our New Year Conference on the last day of 2016.
For those who joined us back at the Gospel Hall in Glencraig afterwards, here is a reminder of the singing after supper. For those chatting in the background … you know who you are!
It’s that time of year again! God willing, we look forward to welcoming you to our New Year Conference on 31st December. The meetings will start at 3pm.
As we did last year, the conference is being held in the Lochgelly Centre, Bank Street, Lochgelly KY5 9RD. There is a car park beside the Centre that you can access off Landale Street and when that is full there is reasonable on-street parking on the surrounding streets.
Here is a map to help you find the Centre:
You still have time to get to the gospel meetings in the tent but you will need to hurry as Thursday 1st September will be the last night. If you can’t make it, all is not lost! Due to the tremendous response from the community to the meetings over the past three weeks at the Milton, it has been decided to continue for the further week but to transfer to the more comfortable surroundings of the Glencraig Gospel Hall.
We really hope that you will continue to take full advantage of these meetings. Same time, 8pm Sunday 4th to Thursday 7th September – just a different location. See you there.
For the first time ever, the Gospel Hall took a stand at the Benarty Gala Day. Many thanks to all who dropped by for a chat. Our John 3.16 tote bags certainly seemed to be popular – there were around 800 given out over the course of the afternoon and they seemed to be everywhere!
Don’t be deceived by the blue skies in the photos though. It started to pour around 3pm – but a great day and everyone seemed to enjoy it.
If you missed the opportunity for free literature get in touch with us through the Contact Us section of the website or pop into the Hall any Sunday night around 6.30 when we have our Gospel Service.
Thanks also go to Graham Patterson from Gospel on the Go who brought along his trailer, which was in danger of making us look professional.
Thanks too to the conveners of the Benarty Gala day for giving us a great pitch ringside.