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Digital Subscriptions > Life and Work > December 2019 > ’We feel sad that going to Church is not common any more’

’We feel sad that going to Church is not common any more’

Two young Fife sisters describe their experience as part of the Church family.
Holly and Isabel Baldwin

HI, we are Isabel (aged 10) and Holly (12) and we have been going to St Ninian’s Church in Dunfermline all of our lives. We like the church because it is friendly and welcoming, and we learn about the Bible and about God and Jesus. The Sunday School is fun and the leaders are really nice and we have friends there.

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