Sunday Bulletin – 3rd February 2013 – Epiphany 4
The full Sunday Bulletin for 3rd February 2013 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 on Thursdays from 10.00am-11.30am in the church hall. Join us for tea or coffee and a chat. You are always welcome.
News From The Pews articles for the February church newsletter are required by this evening at the latest. Contact Ken Wilkie asap or email them to email@example.com Remember – it’s YOUR newsletter!
Care Home Residents As many of you know visits are made to Markinch Church Members who reside in Care Homes around Fife. Could you please let Meg Sankey know of all members known to be in Care Homes as I feel sure that not all are on our list. I would also be grateful for any ideas you may have that would fill a care need in the local community. Contact Meg:- Home 01592 749633 or Mobile 07834729420
The Flowers In Church today are dedicated to the Glory of God and in loving memory of Anna and Andy Burt, the wonderful parents of Margaret (Urquhart) and Alison (Taylor).
Church Flowers If you would like flowers distributed to anyone during February please contact Margaret Johnston on 01592 775316
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.
Used Postage Stamps Please 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.
Markinch Heritage Group are hosting a talk about local Open Cast Mining by Ian Terris on Thursday 7th February at 7pm in the 252 Hall, Betson Street. £2 entry for non-members.
Rotary Shoeboxes The Rotary Club of Glenrothes will be sending a delivery of ‘shoeboxes’ to Eastern Europe for Easter. If you or your family would like to support this extremely worthwhile cause please contact John Wood or Tracy Thomson.
Diary Date – Communion Sunday – 24th February
We are holding an Easter Fayre on Saturday 30th March from 2 – 4pm.
There will be the following stalls:-
Baking – Moira Michie & Lydia Inglis (your favourites plus any Easter ideas)
Craft – Meg Sankey (Easter chicks, Easter bunnies, crosses, tea cosies etc.)
Tombola – Ian & Fatima Johnston
Bottle – Karen Wood & Nan Melvin
Cookbook Vol. 2 – Frances Liddell
Face & Nail Painting – Brogan & Jennifer Watt
Lucky Hampers – Linda Paterson
Hampers:- Gardening – Tracy Thomson
Baby – Meg Sankey
Man – Linda Paterson
Chocolate – John Sinski
Easter Tea – Jean Forsyth
Woman – Margaret Urquhart
Decorated Easter Egg Competition (children) – Helen Paterson (Judge – Lorna Reid)
Easter Bonnet Competition (adults) – Helen Paterson (Judge – Lorna Reid)
We are also having teas at £2 a ticket. You will be offered Pancakes, Hot Cross Buns, Easter Cakes and Easter Biscuits. Sandra Ewan and her helpers will be serving you.
Tickets will be on sale soon. Please talk to the stall holders or those filling a hamper, to see what you can donate. It would be helpful to have your donations as soon as possible. Donations for the baking stall will be received on the morning of the Fayre from 9am onwards. Please invite your friends. Let’s try and make this a really happy afternoon.
An evening with …… ROSYTH CONCERT BAND
Fife’s No. 1 Wind Band !
The Rosyth Concert Band will be playing in the Church Hall on 8th March at 7.30pm. This event will be priced at £4 per ticket, which will include a bowl of soup after the concert. Bring your own drinks. Tickets available from Meg Sankey & Karen Wood