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Anne Hunter wrote...

Ken, as your Session Clerk you have been so supportive and encouraging. It has been a pleasure working with you.  I wish you joy and happiness as you begin this new chapter in your life. I’m sure you’ll find, as I have, that retirement is the best job in the world. God bless.

Justin Taylor wrote...

Your timing is rotten!  Think of all the things we could have done together if you hadn’t retired.
Ken thank you for the warm welcome we received on our arrival to Kirkcaldy. Little did I know then the friendship that would flourish, and your friendship has meant more to me than you’ll know. You have been wise council, an incredible support, and have often said the thing I was thinking but to afraid to say.
I Look forward to many more walks together and one day it will be you who is the one needing to catch up not me.

Blessings to you and Agnes-Ann in this new chapter.

Sandra Reekie wrote...

Ken hope you enjoy yor retirement you will be missed by so many but this is your time now you have been more than a minister you are also a friend and both Gordon and i thank you for the times you have been there for us .Best wishes to you for the future

Rae Walker wrote...

Ken , you have supported me personally, professionally and spiritually. You have helped me through some dark times and given me leadership opportunities that undoubtedly helped me in my role as Headteacher at Fair Isle. Your messages have challenged my beliefs and got me thinking very differently about what it means to be a Christian. There are no words that can fully express my gratitude. I pray you have a long and healthy retirement, although I don’t imagine you sitting with your feet up somehow, God Bless

Ann Winters wrote...

Ken you will be missed in the office for your commitment and dedication to the growth of Christian Community in St Bryce. But I will also miss the cheeky comments and inspirational ideas. You and Agnes-Ann deserve a long and happy retirement. Enjoy.

Andzia Wilson wrote...

Thank you, Ken, for being my minister and friend over the last 20+ years. As well as giving inspirational messages on Sundays, you have also led the congregation by example, showing how we should all help and serve one another in our church and community. I have valued your leadership and support, especially when I was Session Clerk. You will be sorely missed in St Bryce Kirk but hopefully you and Agnes-Ann will still be in my life in the future. Enjoy your well-earned retirement.

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