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Here you'll find the current Parish Newsletter and previous editions. Use them to keep up-to-date with all the latest news and events in St. Margaret's Parish and the wider community. This page is updated each Saturday/Sunday.

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Gift Aid Claim

Sunday, 24 September 2017

The Parish has recently received from HMRC £18,280.12 in respect of the Gift Aid Claim for 2016/17 (slightly down from £18,922.10 in 2016). Many thanks go to all Parishioners who Gift Aid their donations and help to realise this income. ... Read more ...

Archbishop's Statements on changes in Curia and Gillis Centre

Sunday, 13 August 2017

Archbishop Cushley has recently issued two statements: one regarding the reorganisation of the Archdiocesan Office which supports him in the administration of the diocese (the Curia), and one regarding the closure of Gillis Centre as a B&am... Read more ...

TV Programme on St. Margaret

Saturday, 25 March 2017

A programme on St. Margaret of Scotland, and featuring an interview with Fr. Chris was first broadcast on Shalom World TV on Wednesday, 22nd March. This is now available by clicking this link: Read more ...

Order of the Sacraments for Children

Sunday, 29 January 2017

Archbishop Cushley has decided, after consulting with the Priest’s Council, to change the order in which our children receive the Sacraments. From the start of the next academic session, i.e. after the summer of 2017, children will celebr... Read more ...

Easyfundraising for St. Margaret's

Sunday, 6 November 2016

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online - from your weekly shop to your annual holiday, or presents for birthdays or Christmas - you could be collecting free donations for St. Margaret's Church Dunfermline? There are over 3,000 ... Read more ...