Beath & Cowdenbeath North Church proudly presents ...
'Jonathan Veira' in Concert
Saturday May 28th 2022 @ 7.30pm
Doors open @ 7pm
Easter Sunday 17th April 2022
The 'CROSS' in church decorated with flowers during our Easter Family Service
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Fife Presbytery Mission Plan Update - 31st January 2022
Pictures from our All Age Family Service Sunday 30th January
Beath and Cowdenbeath North Church are pleased to announce the new date for this concert with Jonathan Veira. This concert had been due to take place in April 2020 but due to Covid had to be cancelled. Tickets bought are still valid for the new date, anyone wanting a refund need to contact John Penman.
Tickets will again be on sale with more details to follow in the coming weeks.
This will be a great evening of entertainment with tickets priced at just £10.
Photo's from our 'Christingle' Service led by the BCNC Young Folk
Christmas Communion Service in the 'Round' - 12/12/21
Time to dig out your Christmas Jumpers / T-Shirts!
We would love everyone to wear their favourite Christmas Jumper, T- Shirt or piece of Christmas Jewellery to our services on the 19th, 24th & 26th December... go on,we know you want to!
Eco Friendly Christmas Stalls - 28th November
It was so good to welcome everyone for Tea,Coffee & Fellowship through in the Guthrie Hall after such a long time due to the Covid restrictions. During this time there was the opportunity to grab early Christmas Gifts from our 'Eco Friendly' stalls. A big 'Thank You' to our young folks for helping out and to Gail our 'Eco Ambassador' at BCNC and her team for organising the stalls and to all who made and donated items for selling.
Update - Great to announce the sum of £215 was raised!
Thanks to everyone who purchased something from the stalls.
Images from our Remembrance Day Service - 14th November 2021
Thank You to all who donated to The Earl Haig Fund the sum of £140 was raised.
Multi Faith COP 26 Patchwork Climate Banner
Two vibrant patchwork banners have been created by faith communities in Scotland sending a message of support in tackling the climate crisis our world faces. The banners are suspended from the towers of the College on the Mound in Edinburgh.
Can you spot the one Mary Philp created for our church?
As part of our Morning Worship (10th October) Debbie, our minister was speaking on the 5th Mark of Mission - 'Treasure'.
Those present were given the challenge to make Oragami 'Prayer Boats' to coincide with the Christian Aid COP26 initative.
Pictured above is the congregations handy work.
BCNC welcomes back Lumphinnans Primary School for their Harvest Service
Great to see the staff and pupils of Lumphinnans Primary School back in church for the first time in nearly 2 years. The children created a wonderful dislay at the front of church with all the food items they had collected as part of their Special Harvest Thanksgiving Service. Our minister Debbie said everyone had a great time with all items collected by the children going to the local foodbank.
BCNC ECO FRIENDLY LITTER PICKING VOLUNTEERS
Well done to our happy looking volunteers who came along on Saturday 3rd October to do some 'Litter Picking' in Cowdenbeath Public Park. As an Eco Friendly Church it is our hope that this will be the first of many ways we will be interacting in a positive way in our local community.
'ClimArt for the Planet'
Well done to Mary Philp an Elder at BCNC for creating this stunning banner which will be joined to other banners from congregations the length and breadth of Scotland to raise awareness about the 'Climate Crisis' on the run up to COP26 which is being held in Glasgow in November. The banners will hang from the towers of the New College which overlooks Princess Street in Edinburgh and will provide a striking installation for all to see.
Fantastic effort by BCNC Kids & Youth
raising money for
'Comic Relief ' (19th March 2021)
Upgrade to church grounds @ BCNC
BCNC Hogmanay Bash - 31st December 2019
(in the days before social distancing)
Our first ever 'Hogmanay Bash' at BCNC proved a huge hit with everyone in attendance. A great evening of dancing, singing, comedy to going 'Live' on the big screen to Edinburgh for the countdown and firework display. A massive shoutout to the 'team' who made it all possible.
BCNC GOES 'DIGITAL'
Our new 'Digital Sound Desk' which we purchased recently. Our 'Sound Guy' at BCNC Graham Smith has had hours of fun trying to get to grips with it. Hopefully this will greatly improve the sound quality especially for those in the congregation who have hearing difficulties. We would like to thank Graham for all his time and expertise in setting it up.
BCNC youngsters climb to new heights !
Our the youngsters enjoying themselves at their day out at 'Clip & Climb'.