CHURCH INCOME DURING COVID-19

As I have mentioned before, our income is being severely reduced as the Church is closed, hall lettings have ceased and Summer fund raising activities have been cancelled.

Thank you to those who have continued to support the Church with their weekly offerings by posting me cheques or leaving envelopes in the mailbox.

However the Bank of Scotland is handling only ‘essential’ transactions to minimise contact between customers and staff, and I am trying to comply their wishes.

It would assist greatly, therefore, if members who normally make regular contributions by Open Plate, FWO or Gift Aid envelopes would change their method of payment to a Bank Standing Order.

By this method, the donation is credited directly to the Church bank account, without the need for me to physically attend the Bank.
The payment can be at whatever interval you decide-weekly, monthly or quarterly etc., can be Gift Aided or Non Gift Aided, and can be terminated at any time you wish.

For those using internet banking, there will probably be an option under ‘Payments’ –‘set up standing order’ and if not on internet banking , then a standing order request form can be obtained from your bank.

If you would like to help by using this method of payment, please contact myself: 

Bill Borthwick: “finance@kirkcudbrightparishchurch.org.uk” or Margo Kerr (Gift Aid Administrator): “margo.kerr@talk21.com” for details of the Kirkcudbright Parish Church bank account.

Thank You.

Bill Borthwick,
Treasurer
 

CHRISTIAN AID

Many thanks to all of you who gave over Christian Aid week. Sadly we were not able to stage our usual events and will not know how much the people of Kirkcudbright raised this year.

We look forward to future normality when we will be able to meet again and raise money together.

Stay safe and stay sane

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 Notice

During the COVID-19 health crisis the Sunday services at Kirkcudbright Church have been cancelled until further notice.  Our new Minister Rev James Gatherer will be with us in April and more news may be found on this website or on the Rev James Gatherer's own website which can be found at http://www.where2or3.co.uk