What’s the best future you could imagine?
There are few emotions more powerful than hope. But these days, hope often feels hard to come by. Where can we find a hope that won’t disappoint us?
Starting on 25 January 2023, we’re running a Hope Explored course that can help you find the answer. Running on three successive Wednesday evenings at 7pm in the upstairs room at Somewhere Else, 5 Guildhall Street, Dunfermline, Hope Explored looks at the life, death and resurrection of Jesus and the real hope that can give us. If you’re curious about Christianity, it’s a great place to start.
The structure of each session is simple: a chance for a chat over a bowl of soup, followed by a short talk and a discussion based on the talk. You don’t need to know anything about the Bible to take part, and you won’t be asked to pray or sing. You can ask any question you like, or you can just sit and listen.
If you’d like to register or find out more, please just contact us. We’d love to see you there.
A bit about New City Church
New City Church was set up in 2002 as Dunfermline Free Church, a church plant by Kirkcaldy Free Church and has grown steadily in numbers. We changed our name to New City Church in 2022, when Dunfermline became a new city too.
As a congregation we belong to the Free Church of Scotland, an evangelical, reformed, presbyterian church. It is Bible-based, Christ-centred and committed to outreach and mission.
We meet on Sunday mornings at 11am in Masterton Primary School, Aberdour Road, Dunfermline, KY11 8HY. You’re very welcome to join us. A regular church service will last for just over an hour, we’ll have 4 items of praise, 2 or 3 prayers, a Bible reading, a children’s talk and a message from the Bible which will last for about 30 minutes. Words will be on a screen at the front. We’d love you to join us for a service.
We also have small groups that meet in different areas of Dunfermline during the week. They are a great chance to get to know people better, study the Bible and support each other in the Christian life. We’d be very happy to connect you with the small group for your area.
Meet some of the church …
(left) Pastor Jeremy Ross and his wife Fiona and (right) our elder John Morrison and his wife Mairead. They’re here to serve!
(below left) Dougie Lynn and Donald Smith are our deacons – they look after a lot of the practical ‘stuff’ that happens. (below right) We love it, that we have a diverse mix of people in our church community. We look forward to meeting you too!