What we do

Sunday worship 9:30am in the kirk:

children are always welcome and included; the atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, all ages and abilities, indeed everyone will be welcomed. Worship is well planned but is less formal than most.

Services that include the celebration of communion: 4 times a year, usually Sundays beginning of February, May, September, November, start 9:30am. All who love the Lord Jesus are welcome to share in wine or grape juice & bread, children, too, are of course welcome to take part and share in juice and bread. Gluten-free and alcohol-free options.

Young Church:

(formerly “Sunday School”): this happens as and when required and is provided by two elders good with children in the side room, parents are welcome to come along if desired. Also, toys are ready to play with. 

Blessings, baptisms and weddings: 

Contact our ministers directly: Catriona Morrison and Marc Prowe, phone 01592 265536,  catriona “at” linktown.org.uk ,  mprowe “at” churchofscotland.org.uk  You’ll be most welcome.


Your ministers are always contactable. When a death has occurred your first contact is usually the undertaker of your choice, you do NOT need to wait till a death certificate is available as the undertaker can ALREADY before that help you in a number of practical ways; Your ministers do funerals for people of no faith, another faith, or of Christian faith – as we serve everyone in our area (“parish”). Also, we can visit people who are in terminal illness and people who are dying;

Pastoral visits:

Yes, we do. Please let the ministers know if you want some time to have a word with one of the minsters. Please communicate: You yourself – or a family member or friend –  can get in contact directly, or through your elder, or through your pastoral visitor; or through the Linktown website contact form on https://www.linktown.org.uk/contact/ ; or there are contact cards in Linktown Church and there in the corridor & big hall to write on. It’s lovely to hear from you. Please do not expect your ministers to already know, often we don’t, and we’d prefer to hear many times (rather than not). Speak with us, phone, email, or even letters are most welcome.

Services in care home:

Monthly services of worship in Camilla House Care Home: usually 2nd Tuesday of the month, 2pm. Occasionally we may feature on https://camilla.kingdomhomesltd.co.uk/news/

Kirkcaldy Foodbank:

No-one in crisis going hungry in Kirkcaldy area, every-one sharing what they can. We are involved with this community-wide initiative, volunteering and leading.  http://www.kirkcaldyfoodbank.org.uk 

Auchtertool Pathways Project:

“connecting people, the village and its kirk” – we initiated it and are deeply involved with it; you can now walk the one mile through countryside between village and kirk, signposted, leaflets are available in the kirk. Improving our community’s outdoor access.

Church of Scotland Guild:

“The Auchtertool and Linktown Guild”: invitation, encouragement, commitment, fellowship – faith in action; alternate Mondays in Linktown Church halls, both men and women are welcome, topics include international and local interests and campaigns. See https://www.linktown.org.uk/organisations/adult-organisations/the-guild/ . Part of the Church of Scotland Guild: http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/serve/the_guild  

School chaplaincy:

for both Auchtertool and West Primary and Balwearie High, as well as input according to the school curriculum. 

Outreach worker in schools (K.A.R.T.):

in cooperation with “Scripture Union”, providing bible groups and clubs in over 10 Primary and Secondary schools. http://www.kart.me.uk 

Auchtertool School end of term services: 

in Auchtertool Kirk, in the Village Hall, and the School – as arranged.

Community concerts/ceilidhs/events:

in the kirk or village hall – see http://auchtertoolkirk.org.uk/events/

Overseas aid:

Through our linkage with Linktown Church we support midwives/nurses in their training in Bangladesh, saving & improving many lives. http://www.uspg.org.uk/worldwide/bangladesh/

HIV programme of the Church of Scotland:

We have a “Souper Sunday” or “Sundae Sunday” every year, supporting the HIV programme: raising awareness, breaking the silence, combating stigma, funding practical support. http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/serve/world_mission/hiv_programme 

Heart & Soul Swing Band:

One of our congregation and ministers also plays in this band  which is fundraising for the HIV project. https://en-gb.facebook.com/heartandsoulswingband/ 


We protect children and vulnerable people from abuse or harm by training, awareness raising and background checks of all involved. We follow all aspects of the Church of Scotland Safeguarding procedures (formerly “child protection”) which have been in place since early 2000s. http://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/about_us/safeguarding_service/about_us