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Sunday Bulletin – 23rd March 2014

March 22, 2014 by  
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The full Sunday Bulletin for 23rd March 2014 can be downloaded as a PDF file from HERE

Vestry Hour – Sundays 12 noon – 1.00 pm by appointment. Please contact our Locum Minister, Rev Alistair McLeod, on 01592 744558 or 07816 272628
Please note that Alistairs email address is changing with immediate effect to:   alistairmcleod1936@gmail.com

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.

Church Choir Anyone who is interested in joining the choir on a Sunday morning should speak to Alison Burns. The aims of the choir would be to support and lead Sunday worship with occasional individual contributions from the choir.

Church Flowers If you would like a gift of flowers distributed to anyone in the congregation please contact the flower lady for March, who is Linda Paterson. She can be contacted on 01592 773121

Craft Stall Please come along to the church hall any Sunday or Thursday from (10-11.30am) to see what is available on the church craft stall. There are plenty of great gift ideas especially some beautiful babywear and baby accessories. If you have any craft items you would like to donate please see Karen Wood, Meg Sankey or Marianne Sankey.

The Flowers in Church today are in loving memory of memory of Margaret Braid, a dear friend of the Grant family

Spring Teas at Thornton Parish Church on Saturday 5th April from 10am to 12 noon. Ticket £2. Come along and meet our new friends.

Youth Club – The youth club are collecting Sainsbury Active Kids Vouchers 2014 for Markinch Primary School.  There is a collection box in the church hall for you to donate any vouchers you may have.

Glenrothes Foodbank Food stocks have diminished alarmingly and an emergency appeal has been put out for more donations. Please help if you can.

The Easter Story St Kenneth’s in Kennoway is hosting a musical performance of The Easter Story on Sun 13th April (Palm Sunday) at 7.30p.m. A fifty strong choir from Fife, Auchterarder, Kinross and Stirling will be taking part.
Admission is free and there is a retiring collection for the St Kenneth’s Development Fund. It’s a great way to share the Easter story and an outreach opportunity to invite family members and friends who enjoy music to come along. More information from Richard Baxter on richard-baxter@msn.com

 

 

St. Monans Community Choir  The choir will be performing in the church hall on Friday 25th April at 7.30pm.  Doors open 7pm.  Tickets £6/£5 conc., refreshments included.  Tickets now available from Karen Wood, Meg Sankey and Marianne Sankey.

 

Spring Fayre and Daffodil Tea A Spring Fayre and Daffodil Tea will be held in the church hall on Saturday 12th April from 2pm to 4pm.  The hall will be open from 1pm for donations to the cake and candy stall to be handed in and for the setting up of all other stalls.  Donations for Tombola, Bottle Tombola, Craft and Cake & Candy stalls should be given to Karen Wood, Meg Sankey or Marianne Sankey or the people mentioned below any Sunday after church.

Anyone wishing to help please see Karen, Meg or Marianne.  If you would like to set up your own craft stall please contact Karen (07717023906).

This will be our main fund-raiser for the first six months of 2014, so please give us your support.

 

Cake and Candy Stall     David Kerr

Chocolate Tombola Stall     Fatima Johnston

Tombola Stall     John Sinski

Craft Stall      Karen Wood, Meg Sankey or Marianne Sankey

Donations for Tea/Coffee     Sandra Ewing

Donations of Full bottles of Wine or empty wine bottle with tops on (for a Special Novelty Stall)      Linda Paterson

 

Christian Aid Week 11th – 17th May. There will be a Coffee Morning in aid of Christian Aid on Thursday 15th May 2014, posters will be ready for distribution soon.
A Quiz Night is also organised for Friday 16th May 2014 in the Church Hall. Books continue to be on sale for CA and we recycle ink cartridges and toners for CA. With our efforts, many more people can look forward to a future free from poverty.

 

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