Bring on the Ban

7.30pm Monday 30th October 

Dunbar Methodist Church, Victoria Road, Dunbar

Speaker: Janet Fenton


United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

Janet, a Quaker, was in New York as a Scottish representative for the negotiations on this treaty, agreed in July 2017 and supported by 122 countries – but not the UK.

Come and hear about the Nobel Prize winning International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, how the UN agreed the treaty and what this now means for nuclear disarmament.

All welcome

The Annual Church Fete, Sale of Work and Cream Teas will be held on Saturday 24th June in the Church Hall and grounds, opening at 2 p.m.


A large proportion of the sum raised comes from items which are kindly donated. Donations of baking, garden produce, crafts or any other items which you feel are suitable will be gratefully received. (No items of used clothing please). Donations can be left in the church hall on Friday evening the 23rd of June from 6.00 pm to 8.00 pm or on the Saturday morning from 10.00 am onwards. If you need to have a larger item uplifted please phone Doug on 864152, Andy on 863153 or John/Sylvia on 07753109039.  


Funds raised at the Fete will be used for repairs to the Church & Hall Roofs.


Please come along and enjoy the Fete and encourage your friends to do the same.  

Gillian Denholm, Fete Coordinator – Tel: 864152

Along with our linked Parish of Spott, Belhaven Parish Church has had a vacancy for the role of Minister.
The process to select and appoint a new Minister is laid down in Church of Scotland law.  
This process begins by setting up a nominating committee.The role of the nominating committee is to select just one person and to nominate them for the role of Minister.
The next stage is for the person who is nominated to preach at the church and, immediately after this service, for the congregation to vote whether to accept or not accept the person concerned as their new minister.  After the vote, the nominee is told the result and asked whether he or she will accept the role.
The good (/ wonderful /amazing /exciting) news is that we have worked through this process and have invited Neil Watson to be the new Minister of the linked Parishes of Belhaven and Spott.  We are really looking forward to working with Neil on the next stage of our exciting journey.
We are not quite finished yet however!
The final part of the Church of Scotland process for inviting a new Minister to take up their post as Minister is “the call”.  This is a statement inviting the new minister to take up the post.  The really important thing is that this “Call” is signed by as many members of the congregation (and other regular attendees) as possible.
To allow this to happen, the Call will be made available for signature in Belhaven Church immediately after the service on Sunday 10th September 2017 (so from about from 12.30p.m. to 1 p.m.), and on Thursday 14th September 2017 from 9 a.m. - 12 noon.
If you cannot make it on these occasions but want to sign the call to support the appointment of Neil as our Minister, please contact your elder or one of the church officers.

Monday 7th – Friday 11th August 2017 10.00-12.30

For those going into P.2-P7 after summer.

Booking now open!

Please contact Dorothy on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

or Tel. 863161 for booking forms OR ask your Sunday School leaders.