Sunday Bulletin – 23rd December 2012 – Advent 4
The full Sunday Bulletin for 23rd December 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. You have to let him know if he can help.
Coffee Mornings Please note that there will be no Coffee Morning held on Thursday 27th December.
Church Flowers If you would like flowers distributed to anyone in the congregation during December, please contact Jean Wilson on 01592 758270. The contact for January is Teresa Henderson on 01592 754892
Life and Work magazine is now available for uplift
Markinch Parish Church Cards and Calendars raised the sum of £600.50p Thanks to everyone who supported this venture.
Used Postage Stamps - The wider church committee are asking that you collect your used postage stamps and place them in the small post box in the Church vestibule or the red box in the Church hall. Thank you for your support.
Jigsaw Lending Library – Available in the church hall following Sunday Service at a cost of £1 per jigsaw. If you require any information about this activity please contact Meg Sankey on 07834 729420.
The ‘Trees of Memories’ in the church windows offer a way to remember loved ones no longer with us. Add your own inscription on the reverse of the tag before hanging it on one of the trees. Memory cards are available in the vestibule priced at £1 each. All proceeds from the ‘Trees’ are going towards ‘Help for Heroes’
The Glory of Christmas in Markinch Parish Church
Monday 24th Christmas Eve 6.00pm
A service for all the family, led by members of the Youth Club
Christmas Watchnight Service 11.30pm
Tuesday 25th Christmas Day 10.00
Christmas Morning Service
Fred Sankey would like to send his best wishes for Christmas and New Year to all his friends at Markinch Parish Church.
Nessie Wilkie has decided not to send cards this year but would like to wish everyone in the congregation a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.