Well, that can mean only one thing: this year the Kirkcudbright Parish Players’ pantomine is “Puss in Boots”. We hope you’ll make a date in your diary to come and join the fun.

The show will be staged in the Parish Church Hall on Thursday 13th, Friday 14th and Saturday 15th December at 7.30pm, with a matinee on Saturday at 2.30pm.

Tickets will be available from Thomson, Newsagent from later in November.

Will you be able and eager to come along? OH YES, YOU WILL!


Congregational meeting – Wednesday 5th December at 7.30pm in Church Hall.

This will be an important meeting with the Transition Support Group (TSG) who are responsible for overseeing the process of the Interim Ministry. This group of 6 people met with the congregation in October last year and with their help we produced a set of Aims and Objectives for this particular Interim Ministry placement. They are coming back again in December to see and hear what progress we have made since then. If, as a result of this meeting, they are happy to recommend to Presbytery that the Right to Call a Minister, be returned to the congregation (it is suspended for the duration of the Interim Ministry), then we could be beginning on an ordinary vacancy process – looking for a permanent Minister – in the early part of next year.

Interim Ministry Aims and Objectives from October 2017

Coming to terms with history
Acknowledge the achievements of the past and the many positive aspects of congregational life that continue
The congregation have a range of different experiences of the recent church journey some have experienced tension and conflict and others have not.
Acknowledge the range of experience.
Address any hurts that need healing
Work towards a more united congregation
Discerning our new identity
Improve communication both within the constituent parts of the church and between church and community
Find out what service the church can offer the community – especially through the use of its building
Develop clarity about the purpose of the various leadership roles in the church
Develop good meeting practice
Nurture the faith life of the church
Planning for the future
Work on a vision for the future of the congregation that allows all its constituents a voice and which all can own
Assess the benefits and disadvantages associated with St Cuthbert’s Trust for the future of the congregation and take any appropriate action
Review the current position of Atkinson Place and take any appropriate action
Develop a greater understanding of Presbytery and of the wider work of the Church of Scotland

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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.

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