Welcome! - we are the Scottish Episcopal churches in the East Neuk of Fife - one of Scotland's most beautiful coastal areas. Our congregations have been here for centuries and we continue to worship each Sunday - as part of the worldwide Anglican Communion - and take a keen interest in our local communities. You are welcome to join us any Sunday morning for our services of Holy Communion, when we follow the liturgy (book of prayer) of the Scottish Episcopal Church (Scottish Liturgy 1982).
St Michael and All Angels, Rotten Row, Elie, KY9 1AY
St Michael's is tucked away behind the main street, backing onto the golf course. The building is an amazing survivor - a “tin tabernacle” built of wood, clad with a corrugated material, originally built in 1905 (in a different part of Elie! - It was relocated in 1923). Everyone who enters is surprised at its pleasant peaceful atmosphere. The church has disabled access and toilet.
St John the Evangelist, Marygate, Pittenweem, KY10 2LJ
St John's church is in the centre of Pittenweem, on the site of the 14th century Augustinian priory.
St John's was built as a chapel in 1805, but has been enlarged and beautified on several occasions since then. The church has disabled access and toilet.
You can find more information and photos here - and a location map here.