- A Welcome from The Minister
- Where can I find Elie Parish Church ?
- What is the History of the Church ?
- Who are the main contacts ?
- How can I become a member ?
- How can I get married in Elie Church ?
The congregation of Elie Parish Church welcomes you! We hope that your visit to our village will be enjoyable and memorable. We invite you to come and visit our church, which holds its main service at 10am every Sunday. There is
a crèche for the very young during the summer months when family worship is encouraged. You will find us a friendly group of people who are anxious that our church and our community should be open and outgoing. Elie is a great place to be! Enjoy your visit with us!
In the High Street, right at the heart of the village. You can't miss it! Its familiar clock tower can be seen as you approach the village from any
direction, including the sea!. Enter by the church gate in the High Street or, for ease of parking, turn north off the High Street at the Station Buffet, opposite Toll Green, and then left into Kirkpark Road, The car park is behind the church. Check here for directions.
There has been a building on the present site at Elie since 1639.
The history of the Church and the Kirkyard is well documented in an excellent
book entitled 'The History of Elie Parish Church' by David Thomson. Copies can be obtained at the Church, or by mail from:
Revd. Iain F. Paton The Manse 30 Bank Street Elie Fife KY9 1BW
Office Links Place Elie Fife KY9 1AX
The cost, including
postage & packing, is £5.50. Please make cheques/postal orders payable
to 'Elie Parish Church'.
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In the first instance, contact the Minister. If you are currently a member of another church and wish advice on how to transfer your membership, the minister will tell you how to do that. If you wish to become a church member for the first time, the minister will arrange to meet with you regarding this.
The Minister will be happy to let you have details, if you would like to have your wedding service at
Elie. It is not necessary to be a member of the Church to be married at
What about your wedding anniversary? Have either of you thought about going to a church on or near your wedding anniversary, either here at Elie Church or the church you were married in? Wherever you go, the church can offer prayers of thanks for your marriage and be there to celebrate with you. A silver anniversary is an important occasion and going to a church is adviced. And for those looking for something for the happy family - these presents at 25thweddinganniversarygifts.co.uk can make the celebration even more special.
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This website was last updated on 14 September 2014.
Anyone who would like to
contribute to this site please contact the Minister, Iain Paton,
or the Webmaster, Graham Meacher,
All information will be quickly reviewed for
publication on this web site and or in the Parish Newsletter.
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