There are loads of people who are involved in the life of Dunfermline East in a variety of ways. Here are some of them and ways that you might get in touch with them.
Gayle is married to Ewan and they have a son Jacob. Gayle is involved in several areas of the life of the church and is our Safeguarding Coordinator.
Alice has been part of Dunfermine East for the last 3 years and began as our Children and Family worker in 2014. She is married to Rob (who you will often spot at the AV desk or playing in the soft play) and they have two girls.
Sue has been part of the church pretty much since it was formed in 2003 and has been our cafe manager for a couple of years. She is married to Andy and they have two children.
Ann plays an active part in the church and does a lot of work behind the scenes, primarily as our hall booking coordinator. She is married to David and in their spare time they enjoy going to concerts as well as occassional holidays!
Sarah is married to Andrew and they have three teenage children and a black lab called Jess. Sarah works a couple of days a week in a Primary school and is involved in helping lead in the Super Stars as well as the Funday Sunday Club. She also helps organise our Holiday Club each summer.
Dan helps lead in the Dynamite. He is a primary school teacher and is married to Rachel and they have 2 children. He also supports Newcastle United, but then we all have our faults.
Fiona has been part of Dunfermline East Church since it’s early days in 2003. Fiona is an English teacher at Lochgelly HighSchool. She is married to Dave, who plays the keyboard in the music group, and they have two daughters.
Sheila is involved in the church in a whole myriad of ways including leadership, cafe and Sunday Club. She is married to Victor, a retired Church of Scotland minister, and they have been coming to Dunfermline East since 2009.
Alison is married to Martin and they have two young children. She is a music teacher and plays the violin amongst other instruments!
Suzi helps at the Super Stars most Sunday’s. She moved to Dunfermline a couple of years ago and works for the Church of Scotland in a role where she helps and provides resources for churches in their work with children and young people.