The first of the drive-in gospel meetings at Lochore Meadows took place this evening. If you didn’t manage to join us you can hear the message on our Periscope site.
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It has been a long time! For months we have not been able to have any services in the Glencraig Gospel Hall. While we are now able to meet at the hall there is a cap of 50 people maximum. Knowing that many of you want to attend a Christian service we have created a drive-in service at Lochore Meadows Country Park. This short service will take place each Sunday throughout August and September at 6.30 p.m. starting Sunday August 2.
A ‘drive in service’ means what it says. You drive in at the main entrance to the Country Park from the Crosshill side. The site we have been allocated lies just beyond Lochore Castle. You will be directed to a place by a steward and will stay in your car and listen to the service via loud speakers. Cars will be well separated and social distancing measures will be in place to help prevent spread of the Coronavirus. There will be no requirement to say who you are for ‘track and trace’ however, as it is not in a public building – you can be anonymous if you wish!
We do hope that after this long period of isolation you will join us. We believe that the message of the Bible is so relevant to our lives and particularly in our context just now. It provides the answers to our deepest questions. We are looking forward to welcoming all who can manage along.
See below for the first of our Gospel Messages broadcast this evening on Periscope.
The gospel tent has now been taken down – but the meetings will continue for one further week, God Willing. Craig Munro and Jack Hay will preach the gospel every night in the Gospel Hall at Main Street, Glencraig. If you haven’t been with us before, the hall is located just before the entrance to Lochore Meadows Country Park as you come from Lochgelly. Meeting times are unchanged, 8.00 – 8.45pm every night Sunday to Thursday. See you there!
For the avoidance of doubt – the tent meetings run Sunday to Thursday each week at 8pm every night. There is a meeting for children and teenagers at 6.30pm on Friday nights but no meeting on Saturday evenings.
Remember the tent meetings in Glencraig continue for another two weeks at least. See this blog post for all the details.
Remember too that there is a meeting for children and teenagers every Friday night during the tent series. For more information see our dedicated Facebook page for more information.
Look out during July for a leaflet dropping through your letter box giving you details of our planned tent meetings at the Milton.
Craig Munro and Jack Hay will be preaching the gospel in the tent, God willing, for 3 weeks or so starting Sunday 12th August. The leaflet (and this site) will have more details in due course.
P.S. If you like the images on our leaflet you can see them in their full glory on our sister site at scotlandneedsthegospel.org.