St James the Great, Cupar

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  • St Catherine Street
  • Cupar
  • Fife
  • KY15 4HH

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ADVANCE NOTICE - Future Events

Saturday 7th December

Mince Pie Coffee Morning 10.30am

at St Marys, Ladybank

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Saturday 9th November

Annual Coffee Morning 

CM 2019

Thank you to everyone 

who worked so hard to make this a success and to everyone who came and supported us. Thank you also to the Cupar Pipers

Pipers at CM


Saturday 26th October

Guitar Recital Anne Chaurand at St James the Great in aid of The Bethany Christian Trust and St. James the Great 


Anne Chaurand


Saturday 19th October

Craft Sale at St James the Great


Sunday 15th September

Mother Union Banner blessed at 10.30am Eucharist Service


Mothers Union Banner


Saturday 14th September

10.30am Coffee Morning at St. Marys, Ladybank in aid of MacMillain


Saturday 13th July

10.30am Coffee Morning at St Marys, Ladybank


Saturday 8th June

10.30am Coffee Morning at St. Mary's, Ladybank

June CM    June CM


Saturday 1st June

10am -12noon Cake Sale 

at St James the Great

in aid of playground equipment for the Tarvit Woodland Park

Cake Sale


Sunday 19th May

Confirmation Service with Bishop Ian Paton

confirmation


Friday 17th May

Ukulele Concert at St James the Great

cupalele


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Thursday 16th May

Area Council Eucharist with Bishop Ian Paton


Saturday 11th May 

10.30am Coffee Morning at St. Mary's, Ladybank


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Good Friday Walk of Witness

which began at St. James the Great before meandering its way through Cupar

Good Friday


Saturday 16th March 2019

Fairtrade Day at St. James the Great

fairtrade


Friday 15th March

Spring Concert with Jean McPherson Scholarship String Quartet (St. Andrews University) and Chris Bragg on Organ. What an amazing evening! It was a privilege to hear such talented musicians, thank you to those who played for us and all who supported this event. 

string quartet


Saturday 2nd December 2018

MINCE PIE COFFEE MORNING

at St Mary's, Ladybank.


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Mince Pie CM


Mince Pie CM 1


Friday 26th October

Wedding of Allan and Vicky congratulations to you both and we wish you all the best for a happy life together

Vicky and Allan



Saturday 22nd September 2018

Afternoon Tea at St James the Great


Afternoon Tea 2

We had a wonderful afternoon with lots to eat, tasty sandwiches and a large selection of homemade cakes, including scones with jam and cream, pancakes, coffee and walnut slices and chocolate cup cakes.


Afternoon tea cakes



8th September 2018

Macmillain CM4

We raised over £200 for Macmillan Cancer Support at the Ladybank Coffee Morning. Thank you to everyone who baked, contributed and supported.

19th August 2018

BBQ

Wonderful afternoon BBQ at Mike and Margaret's. Thanks to everyone who contributed, barbecued, helped and supported - we all had a good time!


11th August 2018

August CM Another lovely  Coffee Morning with homemade pancakes and cakes. Thank you again to all those who supported and helped.


14th July 2018


July CM2

We enjoyed another lovely day for our July Coffee Morning. Thank you to everyone who helped and supported.

24th June 2018

Bishop Bob Gillies celebrates the 40th Anniversary of his Ordination at the 10.30am Eucharist with baptisms at St James the Great.

Bishop Bob 40 anniversary


9th June 2018


June Coffee Morning


Another beautiful day and another very successful Coffee Morning at St Mary's. Thank you to everyone who came and supported us.


12th May 2018

Coffee Morning May2

Coffee Morning May1

We had a beautiful day for our first Coffee Morning this year at St, Mary's which was enjoyed by all who came.


We have established a new children's area, which we are continuing to develop. First stage completed!

childrens area


Well, it's a year since we welcomed Roy and Kate to Cupar in February 2017.  So on Sunday 25th February 2018 we had a celebration.cutting cake

one year celebration

Here's a reminder of Roy's institution.

Roy is pictured with with Bishop David (right) and Dean Kenny Rathband (left). 

Roy's Institution