ECO CONGREGATIONS

Earth Hour:

Saturday 28th March at 8.30 pm.

Just because we are staying at home does not mean we cannot participate in Earth Hour. There are loads of things we can do at home to make earth hour a success and make a significant difference across our planet! Here are some suggestions you can maybe find more!

  1. Switch off all your lights for an hour! This is the DNA action for Earth Hour!
  2. Have dinner in the dark with some candles instead of electric lights!
  3. Have a night of board games jigsaws of read a book by candle light.
  4. Have a themed movie night watching something you’ve always wanted to watch but not managed to yet or watch “Our Planet” and find out a bit more about our home.
  5. Try some night photography! See if you can get some really good shots in the evening light.
  6. Do some research on what you can do to live more sustainably!

For the children :

  1. Create your own shadow puppet theatre by making the shapes of your characters, get a sheet and bring your puppets to life behind the sheet with a torch!
  2. Have an indoor scavenger hunt, lights out and hide sweets or something they like around the house for them to hunt and find!

If you go onto the website 60+ Earth Hour 2021 you will get lots of information and ideas there to help our planet!
(Click the link below or copy & paste it to your browser).

https://www.earthhour.org

Louise Finch
 

CHRISTIAN AID

Christian Aid week this year will be from May 10th to 16th . The main theme will be tackling Climate Change. Last year, despite the coronavirus, a total of £4m was raised nationally. Thanks to all of you who gave directly towards this total. Our Just Giving page, sponsoring Louise and Vivien’s marathon walks, was one of 643 that contributed. Just to remind you, their great effort raised £1,625, boosted to £1,900 with gift aid. This year it is uncertain as to whether we will be able to do any of our traditional types of fundraising, even in modified form. Advice from headquarters is as changeable as is the virus. I am keen to try to organise local events if possible and am exploring the ideas of a quiz, probably on Zoom, a walk and some type of donation envelope. Other ideas would be most welcome. If this is not possible then there are centrally organised events for which I will forward details later.

Please contact me if you any fundraising ideas.

Linda Kinnell
 

Kirkcudbright Parish Church

At the heart of Kirkcudbright, having Kirkcudbright at heart!

Welcome!

Kirkcudbright Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland - we are men and women and young people who meet together for worship, fellowship and service in the name of Jesus Christ.

Our activities and services are open to all - regardless of age, denomination, or sexual orientation. Whether you are a committed Christian or uncertain about what you believe, we would love to meet you and accompany you on your journey of faith.

We hope you will find useful information on these pages and if you'd like further information - please get in touch - the details are on the 'Contacts' page.

 

Important - Covid-19 Update

In order to comply with current government Covid-19 regulations we have had to temporarily suspend our 10.00am services held in the Parish Church.  We shall of course recommence these as soon as it is possible to do so.

We look forward to welcoming you to one of our Zoom services which will continue at 11.30am each Sunday.

Friends of our church should enquire for details at meetonline@kirkcudbrightchurchofscotland.uk

During the Covid-19 crisis we have welcomed our new Minister, Rev James Gatherer, who is now living and working in our community.  In addition to what appears in these pages, more news from him may be found on his own website at http://www.where2or3.co.uk