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The morning service from Markinch Church on Sunday 19th September 2021

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A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 19th September.

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Scripture reading, St Mark Chapter 9 verses 30 to 37. In Mark’s Gospel this comes after the narrative when Jesus tells the disciples again that He will have to leave them, but the disciples can’t begin to understand the concept of the Resurrection, they are flummoxed and too afraid to ask, “Why?” Well, no one […]

The morning service from Markinch Church on Sunday 12th September 2021

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A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 12th September.

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The theme of our worship this week is following the King, it means following Jesus Christ, or Christ Jesus; Christ means ‘King’. What does it mean to follow Jesus?  I sometimes think it’s like following Bear Grylls into a jungle that is infested with animals that will hurt us. The parallel, if that is too […]

Doors Open Day 2021

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Markinch Church (St Drostan’s) will be open to visitors for Doors Open Days 2021. The church and the bottom room of the 12th century tower will be open from 1.00pm until 4.30pm on Sunday 12th September. Access will be slightly more restricted than normal with a designated one-way system in place. Covid protocols will be […]

The morning service from Markinch Church on Sunday 5th September 2021

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The morning service from Markinch Church on Sunday 29th August 2021

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A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 5th September 2021

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Mark 7:24-37 Do we always treat everybody with the same respect or acceptance, are there some people we treat differently, perhaps treating generously those we know as friends and much less so, even dismissively, those we do not consider to be our friends? The Bible tells us that such discrimination is unworthy and we are […]

A Reflection by Rev Alistair McLeod for Sunday 29th August 2021

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Scripture:  Mark Chapter 7: 1, 8, 14, 15, 21 to 23 We have learned during the last eighteen months or so that in this age of Covid 19, we can be very much defiled by not washing our hands regularly.  In those early days we are even warned not to touch our faces.  So, what […]