Events Diary

Forthcoming one-off and annual events involving our church and community are listed below. (The Groups page gives details of regular meetings of groups.)

  • Various dates in July/August (2nd,9th,16th,23rd & 30th July & 6th August) - Trauma Healing Institute Course, 7.00-9.00pm, St Ninian’s Parish Church, Dunfermline. Free course, but please register in advance by emailing Rev Carolannm Erskine:
  • Tuesday 6th August - 'Forget Me Not' Dementia Carers Group , 7.30pm, Taste Cafe and Sandwich Bar, Pitreavie Industrial Estate. First of a new informal group for family and friends of those living with dementia.
  • Friday 20th September - Italian Night, 7.00pm. Join the fellowship team for an evening of food, fun & fellowship. Tickets 10. BYOB.
  • Various dates in October - Autumn Encounters with Iona Community. For more information contact Pat Bennett:

Find out What's On at Tulliallan & Kincardine Parish Church.

Walking Programme
September 13th/14th/15thWalking Weekend - Grantown-on-Spey 
 A weekend of walking to suit all.
Saturday 28th SeptemberAround Loch Leven (bus from Vane Farm to Kinross) 
 8 miles and height gained negligible(easy)
Saturday 12th OctoberMoncreiffe Hill 
 5 miles and height gained 250m(intermediate)
Saturday 26th OctoberLinn of Tummel (Loch Faskally Circuit) 
 10 miles and height gained 175m(intermediate)
Saturday 9th NovemberRumbling Bridge and Crook of Devon 
 7.5 miles and height gained 120m(easy)
Saturday 23rd NovemberCramond Bridge to South Queeensferry 
 6 miles and height gained negligible(easy)
Saturday 7th DecemberMystery Walk 
 Further details to follow.(easy)
Saturday 4th JanuarySaline Heritage Trails 
 Further details to follow.(easy)
Saturday 18th JanuaryGartmorn Dam from Fishcross 
 6 miles and height gained 100m(easy)
Wednesday 22nd JanuaryNext planning meeting for Walks 
  Church Hall 7.30pm
Saturday 1st FebruaryDrummie and Coalsnaughton 
 6 miles and height gained 100m(easy)

General Guide Lines

For persons accepting lifts the following is recommended:
Round trips of up to 50 miles3.00
Round trips over 50 miles5.00
Round trips over 100 miles7.50

  • All children should be accompanied by an adult.

  • Wear boots for hill walks and strong shoes with a good grip for low level walks.

  • Wear clothing appropriate to the weather and bring a spare jumper and water/wind proofs just in case.

  • For all day walks, bring a packed lunch, sunscreen, and plenty to drink.

Contact us
For more information about our Walking Group or a copy of the full programme, please contact Stewart Miller or Peter Philp via our contact us page.