Church Service Sunday 5th December11.30am

Notices for week beginning Sunday 28th November 2021
These notices provide information about what is currently happening in Wigtown Parish Church. The
Church of Scotland website is providing regularly updated information at
www.churchofscotland.org.uk
.
1.
Sunday Services: 10 am Kirkcowan Parish Church, 11:30 am Wigtown Parish Church.
7 pm, Wigtown Baptist Church.
2.
Monday: Drop-in for a cuppa, 10:30 am – Noon, Main Church Hall.
Ninian Moment, Noon, Sacred Heart Church.
3.
Wednesday: Evening Zoom Fellowship with the Baptist Church, 7:30 pm.
4.
Thursday: Choir Practice, 7 pm, Wigtown Parish Church.
5.
Next Sunday.
Services 10 am Kirkcowan Parish Church, 11:30 am Wigtown Parish Church.
11:30 am, Wigtown Baptist Church.
Carols by Candlelight, 7 pm, Wigtown Parish Church.
Look out for postings on our facebook page at
www.facebook.com/wigtowparishchurch
6.
Machars Basics Bank: This week’s needs are: Tinned Tomatoes, Tinned Soup, Baked Beans,
Sugar, Long Life Milk, Tea Bags, Coffee, Cereals, Shampoo and Shower Gel/Soap.
7.
Keep up to date with what is happening at both the Wigtown Baptist Church and Wigtown Parish
Church Facebook pages.
How you can donate to the Church
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
future.
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
button
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
https://cos.churchofscotland.org.uk/donate/
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