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May Teas.

(Little did we know that it would be the last May tea for 2 years?!)

The last 'May Tea' of 2019 on 26th May, made the amazing total of £913.50. The overall total for this year was an amazing £3,150.30.  Thanks to all who worked so hard to make it a success by baking, serving, and last but not least, all those who supported us by attending.

 

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FUND RAISING FOR FOR CHRISTIAN AID 2019.

 

The final total for Kilrenny.

   

£

   

Big Brunch

 

206

   

Tay Bridge Cross Sponsorship

990

 plus some Gift Aid

Envelopes/donations

29

   

Quiz

 

38

   

Total raised by Kilrenny

1263

   

 

Certainly our biggest total since I have known the figures.

Thanks to all who helped in any way.

Lesley McKane

 

 

Dear
Mrs McKane,

We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part in Christian Aid week

this year, your life changing gifts are giving mums like Tenneh in Sierra Leone the

chance of a better future and the hope for real change.  

As ever we are humbled by the energy and enthusiasm of our supporters who go above

and beyond every year to raise funds to support some of the poorest communities

in the world. It is through your gifts and actions that Christian Aid can continue

working to deliver lasting change for projects in Sierra Leone.

To find out more about the work in Sierra Leone, click on the link below.

https://www.christianaid.org.uk/about-us/where-we-work/sierra-leone   

For we are God's servants, working together; you are God's fields, Gods
building' 1 Corinthians 3:9

With thanks for all you do,

Sophie Brightwell
Sophie Brightwell
Christian Aid Week team 

Tay Bridge Walk pictures

Kilrenny Church's participants looking happy; and pensive?

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THE STAMP APPEAL.

The Church of Scotland World Mission Council thanks Kilrenny Church for their contribution to the raising of £2,433 for the 2018 stamp appeal.  The 2019 stamp appeal will be supporting the Chigodi Women-Centre in Blantyre Malawi.  For details, click on the link below:-

http://www.ccapblantyresynod.org/chigodi-women-center.html 

Please continue to put used stamps in the box provided in the vextibule. 

Thank you.

 

KILRENNY PARISH CHURCH UPDATE.

The Kirk Session is pleased to inform you that all the formalities have been completed in order for Kilrenny Parish Church to operate under the Guardianship of St Andrews Presbytery as from 1st January, 2019.  

Worship Services are now taking place every Sunday at 0945, and all members and visitors are warmly welcomed to Kilrenny Parish Church for worship and thereafter to meet for morning coffee/tea in the Church hall.  

As a new year commences, we also welcome our new Interim Moderator Rev Amos Chewachong, who will lead and guide us until a Locum is appointed.

As we advertise for a Locum,

(can be found at http://www.standrewspresbytery.org.uk/presbyterynews.cfm?PageID=472&Committee=Presbytery%20News)

the members of the Kirk Session wish to thank all Church members and supporters of Kilrenny Parish Church for their prayers and wholehearted support during the vacancy.

Whilst we are currently well served by Pulpit Supply Preachers and the worship team leading worship, we naturally look forward to appointing a Locum to lead us in both our Worship and to provide pastoral care within the parish. If, in the meantime, you have any pastoral care needs, or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact either the Interim Moderator, the Session Clerk or an Elder.

Once again, thanks to all for your continuing support in keeping a place for Worship here in Kilrenny Parish.

Corinne Peddie

Session Clerk.

 

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