Strathkinness Parish Church

What’s on

September

Door Duty

Flowers

Reading

3

S Adam

V Smart

Sinclair

S Adam

10

D Sinclair

M Sinclair

Mudie

J Backhouse

17

Service 11 am at Allanhill


H Donald

24

S Adam

V Smart

Wilson

A Halkett

Church Duties

Services are usually at 11.45 am on every Sunday. All are welcome



The Post Office hours of opening are between 12.30 and 2.30 pm on Mondays and Tuesdays in the Vestry in the Strathkinness Church Hall.


www. Strathkirk.com


   

Minister:  Rev Allan McCafferty

Email:  AMcCafferty@churchofscotland.org.uk

Telephone:  01334 478287


Minister-in-Training:  Sibyl Tchaikovsky
  Email:  assistant@hpmchurch.org.uk


Church Office:

Monday to Friday 9.00 am—12.00 noon

Email:  admin@hpmchurch.org.uk

Telephone:  01334 478144



Information for this web site can be sent to:  

secretary@hpmchurch.org.uk


Welcome!  We warmly welcome everyone to today’s service, especially any who are visitors.  

Allan will be on holiday after worship on Sunday 24th until 10th October.  For all pastoral needs while he is away please contact Rev Jim Campbell 01334 829350 or email revjimashkirk@aol.com


Pastoral Visits.  If any member of the congregation is aware of a member in hospital or requiring a home visit, please get in touch with Alan Wilson either in Church on a Sunday or by phone - 01334 461170. He will make arrangements for someone to visit.


Strathkinness Monthly Prayer Group.  If anyone has a special request for prayers or would like more information about the Prayer Group please contact Margaret Overend on 850686.


World Mission Stamp Appeal.  The proceeds go to the Church of Scotland HIV/AIDS Programme.  There are currently 29 projects in 17 different countries receiving financial help from the Church of Scotland World Mission. Please continue to save your used stamps remembering to include a border of envelope around them. There is a box under the table in the Church vestibule for stamps or phone Helen Donald on 850050—with many thanks.


The Sale of Household Goods was an enormous amount of work for many people but wonderful to see so many working happily together, each fulfilling their own role to ensure the success of the whole event.  Furniture was gathered over a number of weeks and thanks must go to Mrs Senior who stored some of it in her garage.  Ian, with his trailer and the labourers, picked up and delivered furniture throughout the week.  The Open Doors team provided bacon rolls and home baking throughout the day.  Sam was there with his camera.  Then when it was all over people continued to work into the next week clearing the hall, delivering items to charity shops, Castle Furnishings collected items and roadside adverts were gathered in.  What a team!!!!  The sum of nearly £4,000 was raised and will go to TCCL Lodge in St Andrews (the respite house for families who have a child with cancer), solar pumps for maternity wards and labs at Mwandi Mission, Zambia and the development of our very own Meeting Lounge in Room 3 at Hope Park and Martyrs Church.  All this AND the money raised through Caring Means Sharing.  We think everyone should be very proud of their church.  AND now Eric, Norrie and Moira are going to have a wee rest.


Caring Means Sharing.  Thank you to everyone for their very generous donations.  We have raised £2509.98 (including Gift Aid). So each of our chosen charities, The Lighthouse Café and Christian Resource Centre, Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Fund and STEPS—

St Andrews Education for Palestinian Students, will each receive £836.66.  Thank you also for the harvest gift donations for local homes and hospital wards.  We have gathered 109 packets of biscuits and 208 toiletries which will be distributed shortly.


Lectionary Readings 1st October:  Exodus 17:1-7, Philippians 2:1-13 and Matthew 21:23-32.


 


































































  









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