Strathkinness Parish Church

What’s on

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 all our services, especially any who are visitors.


Allan is away from Monday 12th to Monday 19th November inclusive.  Please contact  Rev Marion Paton (Tel 01334 208743, Email: mjpdht@gmail.com) for all pastoral matters during this time.  Our worship next Sunday will be led by Alison Jack.


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.


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.


The Guild meets on Monday 12th at 2.00pm in Hope Park and Martyrs Church with the Blind Club when the Swilcan Singers are coming to entertain us.  All are most welcome.


World Mission Stamp Appeal.  This year’s appeal will raise money for The Reformed Church in Transcarpathia (Ukraine) which helps run a number of day care centres which provide educational, emotional and physical support for children and young people with disabilities.  The World Mission Council`s Stamp Appeal will support the young people to live life in all its fullness, and to enjoy opportunities to participate in society and family life.  Please save your used stamps remembering to include a border of envelope around them.  Put them in the box at the back of the Church or phone Helen Donald on 850050.


Mince Pie Coffee Morning, Saturday 24th November, 10.00—11.30am.  Please make a point of coming along to support this event.  As well as delicious mince pies, there will be the usual stalls and a great chance to chat and catch up—all for only £2 entry.  A most pleasant way to raise funds for the Church.  The annual Church Gift Day will also take place as usual in the Hall Vestry where the Treasurer will be present from 10.00am onwards to receive any donations for Church Funds.

Public Lecture.  Do you know nothing about quantum mechanics?  Do you wonder what is the relevance of physics to faith and Christianity?  Would you like to hear a brilliant speaker, who has been a trail blazer?  Then this lecture is for you.  ‘Learning the Lessons of Quantum
Mechanics’ by Joanna Penberthy, Bishop of St David's, Wales at 5.15pm on Monday 12th November in the Main Physics Lecture Theatre, St Andrews University.  


Lectionary Readings 18th November :  1 Samuel 1:4-20, Hebrews 10:11-14, 19-25 and Mark 13:1-8.


Toy Drive.  We have decided to support this again this year. It is run by the Children and Families Social Work department in NE Fife.They would like unwrapped, new presents for children aged 0 to 18, who would otherwise be going without this Christmas.  All donations will be distributed in North East Fife. They aim to give each child, a book, a gift and stocking.  Last year they were short of certain things and have specifically asked HPM can helpknitted items again this year.  “It would be great to have a supply of blankets suitable for newborn –agewell as hats, booties, mittens,, etc. books and selection boxes.” There is a box at the back of the Church for donations from now until 30th
November.


Storehouse.  Thanks in large part to the target response we received over the last few months we have new stock needs—washing up liquid, laundry soap, potatoes (tinned or dry mashed), nappies and tinned stew.  Thank you all so much!  We are doing something great!


Strathkinness Church holds its Mince Pie Coffee Morning on Saturday 24th November, 10.00—11.30am, and a warm invitation is offered to all friends at Hope Park and Martyrs to come along.  Entry £2;  usual stalls.


Will Aid—’Everyone’s a Beneficiary.’  Will Aid is a special partnership between the legal profession and nine of the UK’s best-loved charities.  Every November participating solicitors waive their fee for writing a basic will.  Instead they invite clients to make a voluntary
donation to Will Aid.  Your local participating solicitor is Rollos Law, St Andrews.  


































































  









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