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Sunday Bulletin – 14th August 2011 – Trinity 8 – Communion Sunday

August 17, 2011 by  
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The full Sunday Bulletin for 14th August 2011 can be downloaded as a PDF file from HERE

Ministers Vestry Hour 12 noon – 1.00 pm. Please contact the Minister for an appointment – phone 01592-758264 or E-mail  In the event of hospitalisation, serious illness, family anxiety, bereavement or personal difficulty the Minister is readily available to visit. You have to let him know if he can be of help.

Coffee Mornings are held on Thursdays from 10.00am-11.30am in the church hall. Come and join us for tea or coffee and a chat. You are always welcome.

Garden Party  The annual Church garden party will take place in the Church Hall garden on Sunday 18th September from 2pm till 4pm. Tickets are on sale in the church hall following today’s service – £3 per adult £2 per child

Christian Aid Jars of marmalade are for sale for £1 each in the Church Hall in aid of Christian Aid. When the jar is empty please help Christian Aid by using this jar to save your ‘coppers’. Once your jar is filled please return to Tracy Thomson who will add all the donations to the good work of Christian Aid.

Fashion Show – Friday 16th September at 7.15pm Come along to Picante at Unit H4, Newark Road South, Glenrothes, KY7 4NS and enjoy a fashion show with all profits being used for the refurbishment of the church buildings.  Handbags, shoes and accessories will be on sale. Bring your family and friends along, tickets on sale from 14th August from Tracy Thomson.

News From The Pews Competition This week, and next week, there will be clues to help you solve the questions in Harry Gould’s article on the Battle of the Somme 95th Anniversary. Clue 2 to help you in the competition is:- BBC News, 27th November, 1994, Sam Leitch reporting. The boy in the train, and his friend Geordie Munro, were found “Dancing in the streets” here tonight.  Reminder of Clue 1:- Found in the pavement on the Royal Mile outside the High Kirk of Edinburgh, and the seventh Waverley novel. Next week, there will be a clue to question 3.

Surafel – Our Sponsored Child In his latest letter Surafel tells us how he celebrated Easter with his family. They ate a traditional chicken dish with soft drinks & chocolates. He was ill last Easter so was pleased to be able to enjoy it this year. He thanks us for the help he gets from our sponsorship and asks us to pray for his health. The full letter can be seen on the notice board in the hall. As letters take a few months to come from his area we can only pray that his family has not been affected by the famine. Thanks to everyone for their support

Help for Heroes Fundraising Day at Markinch Bowling Club today, Sunday 14th August.  Judd Clark, from Markinch, has organised a bowling tournament, raffle etc for the charity, Help For Heroes. Judd decided he would like to help our country’s wounded troops as he is a member of the Army Cadet Force. A large number of Junior/Senior pairs will play in this competition and you are invited to attend this morning/afternoon event and help raise funds for this worthwhile cause.

The Guild – Opening Social 
Buckhaven & Methil Miners Brass Band are the special guests at the Guild Opening Social on Monday 12th September at 7.00pm in the church hall. THIS WILL BE A GREAT NIGHT.  The social includes supper. To help with the catering arrangements and to be sure of a seat you need to buy a ticket –  £3.50.  Tickets can be had from Jean Forsyth, Nan McRoberts, Jane O’Harrow, Nancy Munro, Jean Wilson, Lydia Inglis, Moira Michie or Ann Taylor.

Find out more about the work of Christian Aid and their partners at a roadshow event near you.  ‘Reaping a Harvest from a Salty Land’ – in autumn 2011, Christian Aid will be visiting Shawlands (Glasgow), Lochgilphead, Kilmarnock, Cupar and Fraserburgh to share their vision for an end to poverty.
Why attend? At the roadshows you will be able to meet staff and one of our partners from Bangladesh. We’ll help you to find out more about the issues that cause poverty and get involved with our latest campaigns.  You’ll discover how prayer and fundraising, volunteering and campaigning with Christian Aid can help to end poverty, as well as getting a chance to learn more about the Harvest theme and partner stories. We would be delighted to meet you and anyone from your church or community who is interested in the work that Christian Aid does to eradicate poverty, both through international partner organisations and UK based campaigns.
The event nearest to you is:-
Friday 9th September, 7:30-9:30pm, St John’s Church, Main Street, Cupar, Fife, KY15 4LG
To reserve your place at any event, contact the Glasgow office on 0141 221 7475  or email

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