The Church of Scotland    Howe of Fife Parish Church

Howe of Fife Parish Centre, 83 Church Street, Ladybank, Fife, KY15 7ND

Scottish Charity SC005381        CCL Licence No. 179600


Welcome to the website of Howe of Fife Parish Church. We try to live up to our mission statement above, and live out our Christian faith as best as we can. We don’t pretend we’re perfect. We’re all pilgrims on the journey through life, seeking God and helping one another.

We are open to everyone in our parish which you can see covers a wide area and you are always welcome at our services and activities. We are committed to serving the whole parish and try to have activities and worship in different places. And we’re trying to find the way forward as we develop a new Parish Centre to better serve everyone.

If you like what you see on these pages, please do join us - we’ll do our best to welcome you in.

And if there’s anything we can help you with, get in touch - or if you can help us we’d be grateful for your help…

Howe of Fife Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in the Presbytery of St. Andrews.

The Church of Scotland is a Presbyterian Church - governed by the elders and ministers of the church in local and national courts. It is Reformed in its theology and always reforming under the guidance of God’s Holy Spirit.

Our parish covers approximately 50 square miles in the centre of NE Fife and is mainly rural.

The parish area includes the settlements of Balmalcolm, Burnturk, Charlottetown, Collessie, Cults, Edentown, Giffordtown, Innerleith, Kettlebridge, Kettlehill, Kingskettle, Ladybank, Muirhead and Pitlessie along with various smaller settlements and farms.

Bill Hunter


Our mission is

to bring the Good News of the Gospel

to all the people of our parish

by encouraging the worship of God

by living and sharing the faith

by finding fun in fellowship

by giving of time and talents

and all to the glory of God

We support the
We support the Scottish Rural Parliament