Strathkinness Parish Church

What’s on

February

Door Duty

Flowers

Reading

4

I Scott

A Wilson

B Lawrie

P Royds

11

I Scott & A Wilson

Joint Service  with Hope Park & Martyrs

R Simpson


A Lawson

18

A Lawson

E Lawson

McLaren


D Jackson

25

A Lawson

E Lawson

Overend

(for Leigh)

M Jackson

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 the Sunday services, especially any who are visitors.


Allan is on holiday until 21st February.  While he is away pastoral cover is being provided by Rev Jim Campbell (phone 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 see me at Church on a Sunday or let me know (Alan Wilson 01334 461170) and I 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.


Count Your Blessings.  Christian Aid invites us to do just that as we journey through Lent, with a thought and suggestion for each day.  Copies of both the Adult and the Family versions of this fundraising Lent resource are available at the back of the Church, or you could simply go to the Christian Aid website.


World Mission Stamp Appeal.  A reminder to please continue to save your used stamps remembering to include a border of envelope around them.  Put them in the box under the table in the Church vestibule or phone Helen Donald on 850050.


Transport to Church.  If anyone requires transport to Church on a Sunday, please let me know (Alan Wilson 01334 461170) and I will try to arrange it.


World Day of Prayer Service.  The St Andrews service will be on Friday 2nd March at 2.00pm in the H&M Aisle of Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews.(Enter by the small door in South Street between the Breakfast@Trinity banners.)  The Rev Marion Paton will lead the service and members of various churches will take part.  We shall use the shortened service but copies of the longer one will be available to take home.Tea and biscuits afterwards.


Souper Sunday Lunch.  Therebe a soup lunch to support the Church of Scotland HIV programme on Sunday 11th March following the 11.00am joint service at Hope Park and Martyrs.  Entry will be by donation and gift aid will be welcomed.  Hope to see lots of you there again this year, it's a time of food and fellowship and supports a very good cause.  Mwandi Mission receive a yearly grant from the programme.


HPM Open Doors Poetry Evening—Friday 9th March at 7.00pm.  As part of the ‘Fringe’ of StAnza (The St Andrews Poetry Festival) we are holding our own DIY Poetry evening on the 9th March in the HPM Church Halls!  This is ‘semi-detached’ to the festival, we have their blessing, but they won’t be advertising it . . . it’s all our own work.  The form will be this:  you bring along a poem that maybe you have always loved;  or has perhaps interested you;  or maybe even you have written;  or … whatever.  There will be a chairperson and when they call for a reader, you stick your hand up . . . say maybe a wee word about the
poem, and your relation to it and then read it.  Then you sit down to thunderous applause.  We have several readers signed up already, so a full and interesting evening is guaranteed.  But please bring your own favourites . . . just don’t bring ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ please!  We will be serving teas and coffees afterwards. The evening will be free, but donations are always welcome.


Lectionary Readings 25th February:  Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16, Romans 4: 13-25 and Mark 8:31-38.



































































  









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