The Journey has begun - towards raising the £300,000 needed to carry out the planned major renovation of the Church interior to make it fit for a variety of both church & community purposes as we go forward into the future. Our fundraising team have taken a
stand at the Kirkcudbright Plant Fair (Sunday 2nd. May: 10am. until 3pm). Help us to get off to a great start by donating plants & cuttings for sale. Your contributions, however small, will all contribute to a successful start to our fundraising ambitions! To donate
items, please contact Tracy Jones.


Having been welcomed to the Church on the previous Sunday, Rev. James Gatherer returned on Sunday 11th. April to begin regular pulpit duties. Lockdown restrictions limited numbers attending to fifty - a limit which was swiftly reached! The theme of the sermon was “The Restoration of Israel”, and time flew by as the congregation were treated to a masterful exposition of Israel’s Old Testament history and God’s covenants from Abraham’s time until the time of Jesus Christ - following whose death & resurrection, The New Covenant was established.

Lockdown, not to mention having to overcome a year of treatment for a life-threatening illness, all conspired to delay the arrival of “The New Minister” to the pulpit of Kirkcudbright Parish Church —- until now! However at the service led by Rev. Marian Dixon on 4th. April, Lesley Purdy was finally able to present Rev. James Gatherer with the illuminated scroll signed by members of the congregation, and welcomed him to his new charge. Following a short “Thank-You” speech, there were smiles all round and a heartfelt spontaneous round of applause from all present.

Kirkcudbright Parish Church

At the heart of Kirkcudbright, having Kirkcudbright at heart!


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.


Church Re-Opening

Our Sunday morning church services now take place at 10.00am each Sunday.  For those unable to attend, they are also live-streamed via Zoom at that time.

To receive Zoom access log-in details please send an e-mail to meetonline@kirkcudbrightchurchofscotland.uk