St Ninian's Parish Church
Perhaps you are new to the area, or perhaps you have been here a while and are wondering what St Ninian’s is like.
Here we worship God, serving the people of Abbeyview with Jesus at the heart of who we are and what we do.
This is a friendly, inclusive church and our deep desire is to make everyone welcome in all the seasons of life.
Whether you join in Sunday worship or in any of the organisations that use the halls, you are invited to help make Abbeyview a better place for all its people.
This is a challenging financial period for the whole Church, with the loss of income from hall lets and regular fundraising. Click below to support the work of St Ninian's with a one-off gift through give.net.
To set up a regular gift, please email email@example.com
The Church of Scotland has also launched an online donations page which you can use to support either your local church or the national organisation.
You can also help when shopping online, at no cost to yourself, by registering to support St Ninian's through easyfundraising and AmazonSmile.
The annual Week of Christian Unity, which first began in 1908, is designed to strengthen the ecumenical ties between denominations and encourage a sense of mutual support.
Rev Sandy Horsburgh, convener of the Kirk's ecumenical committee said: "The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity has, for many years, given congregations across the country an opportunity and a reason to come together and celebrate their diversity, and to witness to the unity to which Christ calls us."
Join Dunfermline Churches as they celebrate the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. This year's theme has been chosen by the sisters of the Community of Grandchamp in Switzerland - "Abide in my love and you shall bear much fruit"