The public prayer of the Church.
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10.00am Holy Eucharist:
Celebration of Holy Communion with music and a sermon (Scottish Liturgy 1982).
10.00am Holy Eucharist
A simple celebration of the Holy Eucharist (Scottish Liturgy 1982) with short homily via zoom.
St. Luke’s is preparing to mark Advent and Christmas with a series of new services and events for 2021 alongside seasonal favourites.
New events for this year include Mindful Advent each Thursday to help you find calm this Christmas. Find out more here.
Sunday 19th December, 11am
Come and join us at at St. Fiiannn’s Lochgelly to celebrate Christingle – a joyful celebration that brings families and communities together to share the light of Jesus and spread a message of hope. Our Christingle celebration will be part of our Sung Eucharist. Please note there will be no service at St. Luke’s Glenrothes on this date.
First Eucharist of Christmas (Midnight Mass)
Friday 24th December, 1130pm
Come and join to celebrate birth of a baby—an event recorded in the Bible in such New Testament passages as Luke 2:1–20 and Matthew 1:21, “And she will bear a Son; and you shall call His name Jesus, for it is He who will save His people from their sins; ” and prophesied about in Old Testament passages such as Isaiah 7 :14.