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Sunday Bulletin – 23rd June 2013 – Trinity 4

July 2, 2013 by  
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The full Sunday Bulletin for 23rd June 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  In the event of hospitalisation, serious illness, family anxiety, bereavement or personal difficulty the Minister is readily available to visit but you have to let him know if he can be of help.

Join us for a picnic lunch this afternoon at 1pm in the Church Hall Garden. If the weather is not kind, we will be in the hall. Please bring your own food and beverage for this fellowship meal. There will be a number of special picnic lunches up for auction at this event.

Life and Work magazines are available for uplift from today.

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.

Rev Alex Forsyth will shortly celebrate 40 years as an ordained minister. On 21st July there will be a special Sunday Morning service led by the Rev. Ken Froude, minister of St Bryce, Kirkcaldy. Jean Forsyth is hosting lunch in the church hall immediately after the service and is inviting everyone to come and be her guest. To give the outside caterer some idea of numbers Jean needs your reply to this invitation on 01592 758264 by Sunday 30th June at the latest

Top 10 Hymn Service Nomination sheets are available from Marianne Sankey, Karen Wood and Meg Sankey at a cost of £1. Nominate your 10 favourite hymns in order of preference and return the forms no later than 11th August. The 10 most popular hymns will be sung at an evening praise service on Friday 6th September. Tea, biscuits and cake will be served in the hall afterwards.

Communion Coin Collection boxes are now available in the vestibule. The collection will go towards the installation of a lift at the church steps. Boxes can be emptied any Sunday or Thursday morning by seeing Marianne Sankey, Karen Wood or Meg Sankey.

Craft Items are available for sale in the hall for church funds. If you wish to donate any unwanted craft items, fabric, threads, wool, etc please contact Marianne Sankey, Meg Sankey or Karen Wood.

Markinch Local Committee of Cancer Research Scotland are holding a Coffee Morning in Balbirnie Court on Saturday 6th July from 10am to 12noon. Sales Table, Raffle and Tombola. Tickets £1.50 from Teresa Henderson.

Wellesley Parish Church in Methil are holding the second in their series of Summer Evening Songs of Praise services on Sunday 30th June at 7pm in the church. The guest speaker will be Rev Marjory McLean who will be speaking about her tour of Afghanistan as padre to one of the units serving there. Her talk will be both informative and inspiring, and all are welcome to attend.




Glenrothes YMCA is spearheading Foodbank in Glenrothes and requests for food parcels are increasing for reasons such as changes to the benefit system.

In response to this appeal, a box can be found in the vestibule and if you would like to make a donation of non-perishable foods, please place it in the box on a Sunday, and we will ensure that it is delivered to the food bank on a Monday.

They have given a list of suggested food items which they really need as shown below. If anyone would like to donate to this appeal, please hand it in and I will add it to the delivery each week from the church.

Breakfast – cereal bars and porridge (microwavable or normal)

Lunch – Tinned Soup, Spaghetti or Beans, Macaroni or ravioli (any tinned quick meal). Rice Pudding, custard, angel delight or jelly.

Dinner – Packet Pasta n sauce, savory rice or noodles. Dry pasta or rice with a protein (tinned tuna, corned beef, chicken, ham, etc)tinned vegetables and a jar or packet sauce (pasta, curry, chilli, sweet & sour etc). Tinned potato with tinned protein meal (mince & onion, stew etc)

Extras – tea bags, coffee, long-life milk

The idea is to be able to provide a person with a complete meal, but they can only take tinned and dried products rather than fresh meat dairy and bakery as it cannot be stored appropriately. The supermarket budget brands are ideal for making a contribution without breaking the bank.


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