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Welcome to Freuchie Church Guild. come and join us!

Updated: Sep 16

North East Fife Guilds Together

formerly the Presbyterial

Guild Council of St. Andrews

Friday September 29 at 2.00pm

in St. Margaret’s Church Glenrothes

Presbytery of Fife - Fife Guilds Together event to celebrate the visit to Fife of Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland

Saturday November 4 Coffee Morning

at 11.00am – 12.30pm

in Freuchie Parish Church Hall

Convenor/Secretary/Contact person/

Representative to National Guild Council

Brenda Graham

Freuchie Parish Church Guild

01337 858028 - 07532 204571

Project Coordinator

Jane MacDonald

St. Ayles Church of Scotland Guild


Resource Coordinator

Jan Winch

Wormit and Balmerino Church Guild

GUILD PROJECTS 2021 - 2024

Blether with Beat is the UK's eating disorder charity. They exist to end the pain and suffering caused by eating disorders.

Home for Goodfindshomes for vulnerable children' in all parts of Scotland.

UNIDAdoes pioneering education, transforming the lives of young Brazilians and develops future leadership for all.

StarchildFinding the Light in Every Child will address the challenges of stigma and myths related to intellectual and physical disability in Uganda.

Kazunzu Village of Hope

Vine Trust enables volunteers to provide medical, home-building and care support to communities living in severe poverty in Tanzania and Peru.

Chocolate Heaven is providing employment for chocolate makers, fair prices for local growers, producing and selling chocolate, and sharing God's good news with their employees and wider community.

Church of Scotland

Freuchie Parish Church Guild

3 Year Strategy

Look Forward in Faith

Theme: 2023 - 2024

New Wine, New Wineskins


2023 – 2024

With an emphasis on friendship and

support for each other (and plenty of

tea and biscuits!), the Guild welcomes

a wide range of speakers on subjects

serious and light-hearted, supports.

charities, and keeps true to its

founding purpose to honour God,

‘whose we are and whom we serve’.

We meet every first Wednesday of

the month in the afternoon at 2.00pm

throughout the year between

September and May, in Freuchie

Church Hall and sometimes in the


Guild Committee

Project Partner - Joyce Edmonston

Convenor/Contact person/ Secretary

Brenda Graham

01337 858028 - 07532 204571

Syllabus Secretary - Elizabeth Hutchison

Committee member - Ethell Thomson

Treasurer - Catherine Waugh


September 6

Blythswood Care – Caitlin Burdis

Saturday September 9

Guild Annual Gathering

Assembly Hall Edinburgh

Sunday September 17

Guild Week - Prayer of Dedication

with Rev. Hamilton

teas after service – promote the Guild

October 4 guest afternoon with

Very Reverand Dr Ian Greenshield

A journey through his Moderatorial year

Wednesday October 25CHAS

sale of Christmas Cards

and afternoon tea

November 3 Guild Project

Speaker from Blether with Beat

BEAT Eating Disorders

December 6 Advent Party

guest afternoon with

East Fife Ladies Choir


Wednesday January 17

New Year Lunch – Pitlessie Inn

February 7

K2 – Kingdom 2000

Scripture Union Associate Trust

Reaching out to children and young people

Friday March 1 World Day of Prayer

Led for the congregation

by Margaret Hill

March 6 Guild Project - Prospects

Access to Life across Scotland

Saturday March 16 10am – 12md

Spring Coffee Morning in the Hall

April 3 Annual General Meeting

followed by an afternoon with our

organist Sandy Falconer

May outing – date to be confirmed

The Japanese Garden at Cowden

by minibus

Wed. February 1st 2.00 pm

Guild Project PIONEERS UK Chocolate Heaven Speaker Graeme Simpson

(supporting the development of sustainable chocolate production in South East Asia.)

Chocolate Heaven is a small chocolate kitchen on a beautiful island in South East Asia, where Paul and Sarah, their children and their wider team, demonstrate the love of God to an unreached people group.

Chocolate Heaven is providing employment for chocolate makers, fair prices for local growers, producing and selling delicious chocolate in all the flavours we love— and also some wonderfully exotic ones! – and sharing God's good news with their employees and wider community whenever they have the opportunity to do so.

Project details

In the UK, Chocolate Heaven has partnered with Pioneers UK, a Christian mission organisation that focuses on bringing God's Good News to those who have never had the opportunity to hear it. Pioneers UK is partnering with Chocolate Heaven to help raise awareness of their work, to encourage people to support them in prayer, to raise much needed funds to enable them to improve and expand the business and to bring blessing and hope to the workers, their families and the local community in this part of South East Asia.

Freuchie Church of Scotland Guild Advent Party

Wednesday 7th December in the Church Hall.

Some photographs from Freuchie Church Guild's Advent party. We all had a lovely time and also raised some money for our Guild Funds. Thank you to everyone who helped make this time special.

Freuchie Church Guild is taking, with Elspeth's help, the service for 6th November at 11.15 am

The Guild is meeting this Wednesday November 2nd at 2.00pm in the Hall – the speaker that day has had to postpone his Talk – the Guild will be ‘At Home’ with an in house meeting led by ourselves - which includes an afternoon of ‘Tangible Memories’ we are asking members if they would like to bring along an object which has meant something special to them and in a few words say why – so polish your Sunday School bibles - dig those school reports out and share the memory. In fact anything tangible that you would like to share with members and guests.


starting at 2.00 pm

The speaker will be Sarah-Jane Latto from Fife Coast & Countryside Trust, who will be speaking about

Fife Pilgrim Way / Faith Tourism

Everyone can come along to these meetings. You will be made most welcome.

We are a Freuchie Church Group, a branch of the national Church of Scotland Guild.

Because of this, we are linked with others in a national theme each year, we are part of

significant fund-raising efforts for many worthy projects. Meetings are varied, with something

for everyone, they may be light-hearted, educational and thought provoking. They may

have speakers, or be led by Guild members, or be simply social. Events include a coffee

morning, Sunday morning worship led by the Guild, and a fundraising event for CHAS.

Each meeting begins with a short time of worship which allows deepening our

faith and end with cups of tea to deepen our fellowship with others.

ALL ARE WELCOME – Men and women of any age.

You do not have to be a member nor indeed a church member.

New syllabus is available.

At the centre of all our activities is Jesus, “whose we are and whom we serve”.

Further information can be found by making contact through the website email.

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