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Intimations – 7th March 2010

March 6, 2010 by  
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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 available to visit. You have to let him know if he can be of help.
Coffee Morning from 10.00am to 11.30am on Thursdays in the church hall. Join us for tea or coffee and a chat. Sales table and lucky tickets. The Thursday Coffee Mornings during January and February raised £792.00
The Kirk Session and Congregational Board will hold a joint meeting in the Session House on Sunday 14th March immediately after the service. The sole item on the agenda is approval of the Church’s accounts
The Guild meets tomorrow, Monday 8th March, at 7.00 pm in the Church Hall.  The A.G.M. will be followed with a presentation by Jean Forrester & Nan Hutchison on the Guild Projects.
Fundraising and Social Events It has been decided that we will have a few social events as well as the major fundraising events in 2010, The fundraising effort for this year will be ring fenced for the fabric fund as there are a number of major projects which need to be undertaken this year, such as the replacement of the windows in the church hall. Please put the dates below in your diary, and we hope that these events will be well supported. All further details will be intimated in the weekly bulletin.
19th June    Coffee Morning with Tombola and Sales Table
1st September   Raffle Tickets will go on sale
9th October    Coffee Morning with Tombola and Sales Table
Social Events.  
9th April   Quiz Night
Summer   Garden Party (any volunteers?)
10th December    Christmas Meal at Balbirnie Golf Club (£20 ea.)
Inner Wheel Fundraising Evening  Glenrothes Inner Wheel invite you to their fundraising evening in Markinch Church Hall on Friday 27th March at 7.00pm for their Cheese and Nibbles evening. Tickets, priced £7.50, can be purchased from Tracy Thomson following the service today.
The Church Website has had a major upgrade in is now online in its new format. We still have some content and photographs to add but please have a look at the new site at and pass any comments directly to Ken Wilkie or by email to
The Parkinson’s Disease Society (Fife Branch) are holding a Fundraising Concert on Friday 12th March at 7.30pm in the Carnegie Hall, Dunfermline, featuring Rosyth Concert Band, The Kingdom Singers and a Dancing Duo. Tickets priced £6.00 from Carnegie Hall booking office or from 01383 725529 and 01383 721547
Christian Aid Coffee Morning Volunteers are required please, for the Christian Aid Coffee Morning on Saturday 15th May from 10.00am to 12.00 noon. If you can help with any of the following, please speak to Jean Forsyth or call 01592 758264. She will be very grateful for:- help in the kitchen, serving coffees, manning the tombola stall, baking stall or the door and selling raffle tickets and tickets for the event. She would also appreciate donations of baking for the teas and for the baking stall, donations for the tombola and for the raffle
An invitation from the Burntisland Church Pastoral Care Group. Members of Presbytery are warmly invited to join them on Tuesday 9th March at 7.00pm in Burntisland Church Hall for an address by Justin Dowds, Director of the Charity ‘Lemon Aid’ based in the Vine Church, Dunfermline. Justin and his team of volunteer doctors and nurses go to La Gonave, an island off Haiti, to care for the children there, vaccinating them against typhoid, hepatitis B, meningitis and much more. The charity’s challenge now is to rebuild the hospital there. A film will be shown. If you are interested please contact Ann Smith on 01592 873994 by 7th March.
“Bel Canto Voices – an evening of song” on Friday 12th March at St Margaret’s church at 7.30pm Tickets priced £5.00 including tea/coffee/juice and biscuits. in aid of the World Church Fund. For tickets call Brian Johnson on 01592 743251

The full Sunday Bulletin as also available as a PDF download from HERE

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