Church is open

We are now back in church for worship each Sunday morning. With the relaxation of restrictions pre-booking is not required although we will need to collect Test and Protect data from all who attend. Singing by the congregation is now allowed but masks are still required.

We can now resume out Tea and Coffee After Church in our halls. All are welcome.

We will continue to live stream the service on our YouTube channel.

Advent and Christmas events and Services in the church

28th November: Advent 1and lighting the candle of Hope

5th December:  Advent  2and lighting the candle of Peace

12th December: Advent 3 and lighting the candle of Joy

19th December: Advent 4, Nativity Play Sunday

 and lighting the candle of Love.

Stars and Carols for Christmas Eve Service at 6.30pm

Time to Celebrate! Christmas Day Service at 10.30am

The Christmas Story Sunday Service on boxing Day at 10.30am

Treasured Memories Service on Saturday 11th December at 4.00pm.

Advent reflections at Weaver’s Court on

8th and 15th December at 7.30pm

Think of Fenwick and you may think first of our attractive and historical white washed Kirk with its crow stepped gables.  Built in 1643 it has been described by visitors in various terms as quaint, a beautiful wee Kirk, and as a place of God’s presence and peace.  As a building it points to the wonderful heritage of the Parish.  But, we are more than that!

Fenwick Parish Church is a lively, active and busy congregation.   We serve a semi rural population, centred on the village of Fenwick but including the hamlets of Waterside and Moscow as well as a large rural hinterland. The make-up of the congregation is mixed from the very young to the not so young. The Kirk Session and congregation are rising to the challenge of melding the traditional with the contemporary.  Sunday morning worship is a mix of organ led and band led praise and seeks to be inclusive of the generations.  Members of the congregation are involved in scripture readings, prayer and occasional dramas. We seek to be outward looking as a congregation running regular Alpha courses to introduce members of the community to the Christian faith and are actively involved in supporting a number of overseas projects.