A partnership of three groups: the Diocese of St. Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane, Church Army, and St. Finnian’s, Lochgelly & St. Luke’s, Glenrothes to take part in the mission of Jesus Christ to love and serve.
The Central Fife Centre of Mission is led by the Revd Gerry Dillon who is working with both churches and local people to identify what is needed to meet the needs of the area.
Read about the launch of the Central Fife Centre of Mission in Catalyst, Church Army’s supporter Magazine here:
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Get on your bike!
At the start of 2021, Father Gerry and St. Luke’s applied to the SEC’s Church in Society Committee for funding of a one-off Child Poverty grant of £4510 to provide bikes and cycling equipment to Glenrothes YMCA to help young homeless people.
The committee agree to support the Auchmuty Youth Bike Partnership. project and in March Father Gerry Dillon presented Gareth Allenby, service manager at the YM with the donation.
The project will be available to our young homeless population of Auchmuty, which is ranked in the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation as one of the 20 per cent most deprived areas in the country
It is also a true story of partnership working and will be the first of many connections and opportunities between St Lukes Church and YMCA Glenrothes as we enter exciting times for the local area.
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After Covid, will digital learning be the new normal?
During the second half of 2020, Father Gerry and St. Luke’s applied to the SEC’s Church in Society Committee for funding of a one-off Child Poverty grant of £4958.13 to provide digital tablets for primary school pupils – Warout Primary School Digital Learning Project.
The committee agree to support this project; and in December 2020, Father Gerry Dillon presented Warout PS pupils with the first of 50 new computer tablets.
The donation is part of a larger partnership planned between the church and school to support young children’s learning.
Following a second application, the committee has further agreed to support the project: Warout Primary School Nature Nurture Sessions, with a one-off Child Poverty grant of £4200 to provide digital tablets for Warout PS pupils.