For now our website has been much reduced. Once the current lockdown begins to ease and as our regular activities restart, we will be publishing a completely new website which has been designed especially for mobile and tablet users.
Links to this new website will be provided.
Our Mission Statement reveals our primary purpose, and underpins all we strive to do in our community, and we believe we are following the clear guidance of our Lord in moving dynamically into this 21st Century. As the story of our the Coastline Community Church unfolds, it will be clear just how amazingly the Lord is working in the East Neuk, and with this project in particular!
The Coastline Community Church has now completed the final stage of a large and exciting series of major changes. We disposed of our two former premises in Anstruther and Pittenweem (formerly the Anstruther Baptist Church and the Pittenweem Baptist Church), and have moved into our new multipurpose facility at 21 Session Street, Pittenweem. Also, in order to continue the much-needed outreach work with the young people of the East Neuk, we have a Youth Team that runs the COZ Youth Club and the Youth Fellowship. Our new Pastor, Daniel Pollin, was inducted into post on 27th February 2010. Our Youth Worker post is currently vacant until a new Youth Pastor is called to work with us.
“Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold I am with you always, to the end of the age.”
“Hello and a very warm welcome to our Church’s website.
Our name, Coastline Community Church, reflects our priorities, namely our local community and the Church. We are a church first and foremost. A body of believers united, both as individuals and as a community, not by religion, but by a living and loving relationship with the Lord Jesus. We are a church that is based on His Word, the Bible; and a church that strives to live out that Word, by the power of His Holy Spirit. In living out that Word we have a great desire to obey the Lord’s Great Commission (Matthew 28: 18-20) to go out and make disciples of all nations. For us, that commission starts here in the East Neuk of Fife. We have a great passion for our community and desire to see it transformed by the Word of God. We are now using our new building in Session Street in which we can provide this East Neuk community with not only a modern worship centre, but with a safe haven, a place where people can come and find rest for their weary souls, relief and support for those struggling with addictions. We will have the first purpose-built disabled access centre in the East Neuk, and a place where our young people can get off the streets - or even a place where you can pop in for a ‘wee’ cup of tea! Whatever, one thing is certain: we desire to provide a facility that is for the community. Please explore our website and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Your Servant in Christ,
There is adequate parking behind the Town Hall (accessed via David Street), and there is full disabled access in the building. A loop system is installed for those with hearing difficulties.
Pastor – Rev Daniel Pollin Deacon - Dr Vivette Montgomery
Secretary – Mrs Christine Heron Deacon - Mrs Malin Pollin
Youth & Community Worker - Mr Dave Smith
Updated 16th January 2021
Daniel Pollin, Pastor, Coastline Community Church.
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