Sunday Bulletin – 24th June 2012 – Trinity 3
The full Sunday Bulletin for 24th June 2012 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 firstname.lastname@example.org In the event of hospitalisation, serious illness, family anxiety, bereavement or personal difficulty the Minister is readily available to visit. Let him know if he can 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.
Church Flowers Would anyone in the congregation who would like flowers delivered from the Sunday service to the elderly, sick, bereaved, or someone going through a difficult time please contact the person dealing with the flowers for that month. The person to contact for distribution in July is Jean Wilson.
Church Recipe Book A reminder that today is the deadline to deliver your favourite recipes to Jean Forsyth for inclusion in the book.
The Flowers in Church today are dedicated to the Glory of God and are in loving memory of Rev Norman MacLeod. They are gifted to the church by Margaret MacLeod.
The Markinch Community Jubilee Concert organisers would like to thank everyone who supported this local community fundraising venture and hope that everyone enjoyed the talents on display in the concert. The profit from the two shows was £1792.60 and the five local participating groups each received £179.26 to allow them to continue to support the performing arts. In addition to this, each of the groups nominated a local registered charitable organisation to receive a donation from the profits, distributed as follows:- Markinch Local Committee of Cancer Research Scotland, £358.52 - Multiple Sclerosis Society, Fife, £179.26 - Homestart Local Area, £179.26 - Diabetes Fife £179.26
Thanks also to the leaders and committees of the participating groups for their hard work in ensuring the success of the two evenings.
A Summer Songs of Praise Service will be held tonight at 7.00pm in Methil Parish Church. The speaker will be Rev Fiona McKibbin from Uddingston Old Parish Church speaking about her upbringing in the east end of Glasgow and her journey into ministry. She will move you to tears as well as make you smile!
A ‘Blue Plaque’ is due to be unveiled on Friday 6th July at 42 Commercial St, Markinch, to mark what was the family home of the late Sir David Jack. He was the scientific brain behind the rise of the pharmaceuticals company Glaxo and was credited with the discovery of no fewer than seven highly important drugs. There will be light refreshments in the church hall starting at 4.30pm with a few short speeches from family and friends beginning at 5.00pm. It is hoped that there will be a small exhibition in the hall on the life and achievements of Sir David. The plaque will be unveiled at 42 Commercial St, at 6.00pm and the event and ceremony is open to anyone who is interested.