Sunday Bulletin – 8th July 2012 – Trinity 5
The full Sunday Bulletin for 8th July 2012 can be downloaded as a PDF file from HERE
We welcomed Rev Alistair McLeod who led us in worship today
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 on 01592 758270. For August it is Margaret Urquhart 01592 612341 and Alison Taylor 01592 759870
Church Newsletter We are in the early planning stages for the next issue of our church newsletter ‘News from the Pews’. If you have anything you would like to add such as a funny or an interesting story or a future event etc, please hand it to Tracy Thomson or Ken Wilkie or if you have email, forward it to email@example.com by Sunday, 29th July at the latest. Remember – It’s YOUR newsletter.
Crossreach Children’s Services work at residential schools in Beith, Ayrshire and Balfron, Stirlingshire. They cater for the educational, emotional and social needs of boys aged 8-18. Gordon Campbell has the task of building a database of people who are willing and able to give of their time to a group of youngsters. Letters, e-mails or Skype could help to enrich the lives of the boys who live away from home and are disadvantaged as a result. If anyone is interested please contact Gordon on Gordon.Campbell@geilsland.org
Exhibition on the life and achievements of Sir David Jack (1924-2011)
There is a very impressive exhibition over in the church hall today for anyone who is interested in the achievements of Sir David Jack, who used to live in Markinch. 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, including the ‘Ventolin’ inhaler for asthma sufferers, and the anti-ulcer drug ‘Zantac’. A blue plaque was unveiled on Friday, by Lady Jack, above the door of 42 Commercial Street, which was his family home.