BEK Partnership


Burntisland Parish Church, Erskine United Free Church and Kinghorn Parish Church have entered a formal partnership agreement to form the BEK church partnership.

The BEK partnership commits us to work together to share the love of God in our community.

During Covid we worked together to hold a weekly service via Zoom and since then have a number of ongoing initiatives, including:

The BEK Children, Youth and Family Worker project. An exciting initiative to employ a full-time worker to enable our churches to reach out and draw in children and families to be the heart of a growing church.

BEK Big Bash - joint services involving all three churches.

Chilled Church - a fun service with activities and food - rotating between the BEK churches every 3 weeks.

BEK Prayer meeting - held via Zoom every Tuesday at 7 p.m.

BEK Children, Youth and Family Worker Project

The vision for the BEK Children, Youth and Family Worker is:

To reach out and draw in children, families and teenagers to become the heart of a growing church

BEK Children and Families VISION

Adrian Minnie

Adrian Minnie has been recruited as our Children and Families Worker and joined us in December 2022.

Adrian was previously the Youth Pastor in Benoni in South Africa and brings with him a wealth of experience and enthusiasm.

One of Adrian's skills is as a rugby coach and is already passing on some of these skills to the children at Burntisland Primary, Kinghorn Primary and Kirkcaldy Rugby Club.

Check out the Autumn events flyer for more information on activities underway, including BEK Youth for P6 - P7, Pulse for S1 - S6, SU in Kinghorn Primary.