"Every morning a new world is born; Every day a new chance." Author unknown
Congregational Annual Stated Meeting
The Congregational Annual Stated Meeting will take place next Sunday 12th June after the morning service in Largo Church. The 2021 account and an update on the Presbytery Missional Plan will be shared with members.
A family fun night
Intimated forFri 10th June is postponed and we are looking at a family BBQ evening Fri 8th July at 6 p.m. in the Orchard at the Stables. If you can help with a BBQ we can use, please speak to the Minister. It will be a bring your own meat and a shared salad, and snacks, with fun and fellowship.
Elders have been delivering these to members who have been using them in the last few years. If anyone wants envelopes, please speak to Rachel Williamson.
BloomIn Largo is taking place on weekend of 18/19 June from 12 noon to 4.p.m. Admission £5 per adult. Maps and details of tickets in Largo library. More details, see poster on church notice boards.
Cluster Walk and Feast Activity
Cluster Walk and Feast Activity has been organised by the ENT Mission Action group for Saturday July 2nd 2022 and an invitation is extended to all cluster friends to join them. The day begins at 10 am, meeting at Colinsburgh Town Hall for tea, coffee and juice. At 10:30 am, adults go on the walk and children can join Really Wild Welly Church. At about 12:15 pm, walkers return to children at the hall to share lunch together. Donations in favour of East Neuk Foodbank.
The Drop In
The Drop In at the Simpson Institute takes place every Thursday from 10:15 am to 11:30 am. All welcome to stop by for a coffee/tea home-baking and blether with friends. Donation of £2 requested.
Landscapes Of Grace
Landscapes Of Grace is a little book on Psalm words heard in the wildness of Highland Scotland and written by the Rev David Clark and Katy Emslie-Smith. Many will remember David, as he was a locum for a while during the last vacancy a Largo. His book is available to purchase at £10 a copy and £2 for postage. If you wish to order a copy you can email email@example.com. A flyer is available in the vestibule and details are on the vestibule noticeboard.
East Neuk Food Bank - ‘To eat? Or to heat?’ That is the question facing many families. The East Neuk Food Bank has experienced a 38% increase for its services since the covid outbreak. Donations of tinned fruit, tinned meat, pasta sauces, cereals, biscuits or sugar would be most welcome. Please leave goods in the Church Vestibule. Monetary donations also welcome. An enveloped mark Foodbank in the offering plate/box will see your gift to the Foodbank.
We have resumed the JAMES Club for children and it is lovely to see some of the little ones joining us. If anyone wished to help in the (Sunday-School) i.e. JAMES Club – which means Jesus And Me, Every Sunday) please let me know as we are desperate for some helpers on a monthly rota basis, so that folks can also be in church and not always out with the children.