Crail Church

2013
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Welcome to our service today Sunday 1 June
Readings today, NT: Acts 1: 6-12 & 1 Peter 4: 12-14, Gospel: St John 17: 1-11  
Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  The Good Companion Group meets on Tuesday 3rd June in the Kirkhall from 2pm all welcome.  The next meeting of the Kirk Session will be held in the Hall on Thursday 5th June at 7.00pm.There will be a single item on the agenda - Stewardship, Sandra Holt the Church's  Adviser  on Stewardship for Fife, will lead the discussion.   The Fundraising Group are looking for volunteers to bake scones (ideally 2 3/4 inch) for the Scone Bothy at Crail Food Festival on Sunday 15th June. Freezer space is available if you wish to bake in advance. They are also looking for people to help on the day either to set up and clear away or to help at the stall. Please contact Alan Menzies 451405 or Mandy Guthrie 450393 if you can help in anyway, thank you.
There will be Coffee Morning in the Legion Hall on Sat June 7th from 10.00am in aid of the Erskine Hospital
Sunday 8th June is the Baptism of  Lewis Scott Ireland son
Intimations Sunday 8th June
Welcome to our service today & Baptism of Lewis Scott Ireland, son of Fraser and Diane Ireland.
Readings today, NT: Acts 2: 1-21 &,1 Corinthians 12: 3b - 13, Gospel: St John 20: 19-23 We will say the Lord’s prayer which can be found at Hymn 652 and say the Apostles’ Creed (Hymn 628) and use the blessing May the Lord (Hymn 787, T. Edelweiss) Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  The Good Companion Group will not meet again until the 1st Tuesday in September.  The Fundraising Group are looking for volunteers to bake scones (ideally 2 3/4 inch) for the Scone Bothy at Crail Food Festival on Sunday 15th June. Freezer space is available if you wish to bake in advance. They are also looking for people to help on the day either to set up and clear away or to help at the stall. Please contact Alan Menzies 451405 or Mandy Guthrie 450393 if you can help in anyway, thank you. Please could the scones be delivered to the Kirk Hall between 9am-10am on the 15th June.  Finance Group Meeting   Thursday 19th June 7 pm at the manse  Kirk Session Meeting         Thursday 26th June 7 pm Kirk Hall. The purpose of the meeting will be to approve the accounts for 2013 and the budget for 2014/15  
Annual Stated Meeting Close of morning worship Sunday 29th June
Intimations by Thursday noon to Lisa 450035, tto Sandy 451052
Intimations Sunday 16th June
Readings today OT: Genesis 1: 1-2,  NT:2 Corinthians 13: 11-13, Gospel: St Matthew 28:16-20Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm The Good Companion Group will not meet again until the 1st Tuesday in September. Finance Group Meeting   Thursday 19th June 7 pm at the manse  Saturday 21st June - There will be a Lifeboat Coffee Morning in the Townhall starting at 9am. All welcome  Sunday 22nd June- Sunday School Prize giving at 11:15am  Kirk Session Meeting         Thursday 26th June 7 pm Kirk Hall. The purpose of the meeting will be to approve the accounts for 2013 and the budget for 2014/15  
Sunday 29th June- Holy Communion at 11:15am and at 6pm  Annual Stated Meeting at the Close of morning worship Sunday 29th June Volunteers needed       We would like to expand our volunteer base as described below.   These are opportunities to get to know more people in church and work as part of a team.   In both cases, the work is rewarding and, because there are rota systems in place, not onerous.  Would you like to welcome people to church on a Sunday? Contact Linda Douglas (450275).     Can you help at Chat Bite on a Wednesday?     Contact Patricia Dewhirst (451571)  Early Morning Summer Services are held in Crail Church from 6th July until 24th August. The subject this year in "Men of the New Testament" they complement the main 11.15am service and are led by the congregational team at 9.30am, they last about 30 minutes with tea, coffee and a biscuit available at the end. We look forward to meeting you there.
Intimations Sunday 22nd June
Welcome to our Prizing Giving service today
Readings today OT: Jeremiah 20: 7-13, NT: Romans 6: 1b-11, Gospel: St Matthew 10: 24-39 Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  Kirk Session Meeting         Thursday 26th June 7 pm Kirk Hall. The purpose of the meeting will be to approve the accounts for 2013 and the budget for 2014/15  Sunday 29th June- Holy Communion at 11:15am and at 6pm  Annual Stated Meeting at the Close of morning worship Sunday 29th June At Crail Food Festival on Sunday the Scone Bothy took £791. After expenses, the total raised will be about £771.50 A great total!   Thanks to all who baked or helped in any way including our colleagues from Kingsbarns.  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.

Intimations Sunday 29th June
Welcome to our Communion service today
Readings today OT: Jeremiah 28: 5-9,  Gospel: St Matthew 10: 40-42  Wednesday's: Chatbite Crail Kirk Hall 10am-12pm  Thursday's: Coffee at Kingsbarns 10am-12pm  Early Morning Summer Services are held in Crail Church from 6th July until 24th August. The subject this year in "Men of the New Testament" they complement the main 11.15am service and are led by the congregational team at 9.30am, they last about 30 minutes with tea, coffee and a biscuit available at the end. We look forward to meeting you there.  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.