Crail Church

2013
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SUNDAY 20 APRIL   Welcome to our Easter Sunday service
Readings today NT: Colossians 3: 1-4, NT: Acts 10: 34-43, Gospel: St John 20: 1-18  Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  Lin Field will walk across the Tay Bridge and back for Christian Aid on Saturday 26th April and would be grateful for sponsors.   This would give Crail an opportunity to give our usual support to Christian Aid, as this year there will not be a house to house collection, Sponsor form
Welcome to Bill Imlay who is conducting the service today
Readings today OT: Psalm 111: 1-10, NT: 1 Peter 1: 3-9, Gospel: St John 20: 19-31
Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  Crail & District Horticultural Society are holding a coffee morning on Saturday 10th May at the Legion Hall, opening at 10.00a.m. There will be a home baking stall, a plant stall and a raffle. All are welcome.  Planning for the children`s holiday club has begun, and we are hoping that the congregation will again help us by collecting bits and pieces.   We would be grateful for donations of  cuts of fabric felt tip pens  large cereal boxes      pizza bases ( card or polystyrene)  glue sticks  tubs with lidsIntimations Sunday 4th May
Welcome to our service today
Readings today, NT: Acts 2: 14a, 36-41 & 1 Peter 1: 17-23, Gospel: St Luke 24: 13-35
Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  Crail & District Horticultural Society are holding a coffee morning on Saturday 10th May at the Legion Hall, opening at 10.00a.m. There will be a home baking stall, a plant stall and a raffle. All are welcome.  Contributions are invited for the June issue of Karail magazine - to Eric Dewhirst by mid-May if possible please'  Crail Art Exhibition was a great success as they had 400 visitors, £3000 of art sold. It also made £598 between the raffle, donations & teas which goes to Church funds. Over the years that they have held the exhibition they have donated £10,000 to the church.
Planning for the children`s holiday club has begun, and we are hoping that the congregation will again help us by collecting bits and pieces.   We would be grateful for donations of
cuts of fabric felt tip pens
large cereal boxes                   pizza bases ( card or polystyrene)   glue sticks      tubs with lids (for paint)  pictures of animals from magazines etc.
Thank you.   We are looking forward to a great week, starting on 4th August.

Thank you.   We are looking forward to a great week, starting on 4th August.

Intimations by Thursday noon to Lisa 450035, tto Sandy 451052
or email to (intimations@crailchurch.co.uk)

Minister: Revd Dr Ann Allison tel 451986 or email ( revann@sky.com)