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 Carolann Erskine: CErskine@churchofscotland.org.uk
  • Various dates in October - Autumn Encounters with Iona Community. For more information contact Pat Bennett: pat@iona.org.uk

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



    Walking Programme
    2019
    Saturday 6th JulyCoastal Path - Elie to Anstruther (Return by bus) 
     7 miles and height gained negligible(easy)
    Saturday 20th JulyNorman's Law from Luthrie 
     5.5 miles and height gained 280m(intermediate)
    Saturday 3rd AugustPentlands (Soldiers and Saints) 
     7 miles and height gained 255m(intermediate)
    Saturday 17th AugustThe Fife Pilgrim Way (North Queensferry to Dunfermline) 
     8 miles and height gained 100m(intermediate)
    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)

    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.