Church Service Sunday 9th August 11.30am

These notices provide information about what is currently happening in Wigtown Parish Church and
the National Church of Scotland. The Church of Scotland website is providing regularly updated
information at
Welcome to our Sunday Morning Service.
As we worship together may we know God’s presence.
The notices for this week will scroll at the beginning and end of the Service.
Tuesday: CommuniTEA zoom, 10:30 am. Let us know if you would like to be included and
we’ll tell you how.
Wednesday: Wigtown Parish Church is open for personal prayer from 2-3 pm. Volunteers will
be on hand to guide you.
Next Sunday: The minister will be on holiday 16th and 23rd August.
There will be a shorter Message on the move, 10:30 am online at
Morning Service 11:30 am Wigtown Parish Church. Led by our worship leaders.
How you can donate
The Church of Scotland has launched an online donation system to support the work of our
churches nationally and locally.
Your giving to Wigtown Parish Church or Kirkcowan Parish Church will help us to continue our on-
line and in-person ministry and ensure that we are sustained, equipped and resourced to face the
Follow the link below to the Church of Scotland donations page.
1. Choose a congregation you wish to give to and ensure that you click the donate to a congregation
2. Opt in to gift aid (applicable to UK taxpayers only)
3 Complete your donation which will bring you via PayPal but also allows you to donate with a card
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2 Responses to Church Service Sunday 9th August 11.30am

  1. Rhona says:

    How incredibly difficult to, simply, find the Time of the Sunday service. Is that really a “welcome ?” to visitors ?

    • Ian Robinson says:

      Thank you for the comment, which I hope I have addressed. Problem is we don’t have anyone particularly good with computer technology! Please note: Time changes to 11.30 in July. Ian R

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