Saturday 1st July was the 80th Coffee Morning of the Kirkcudbright Church World Mission Team.

Since the first Coffee Morning in October 2008 we have raised an amazing £20,060.69.  A very big thank you to all our faithful supporters.

The projects we have supported (including some proceeds from special fundraising events:-


2008 to 2010  Link Church in Tseikuru in the Eastern Province of Kenya, Africa. £5,000


The Presbyterian Church of East Africa for construction work on the Church in Mwingi. £2,000
2011 Mary's Meals, working in 14 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean towards seeing that every child receives a nutritious daily meal in their place of education. £4,000
2011 to 2013 Mission Partner Sister Pat Jamison, Community Health Advisor in Jobarpar, Bangladesh, implementing a Community Health Programme. £7,500
2014 to 2015 Christian Aid Community Partnership in the Karonga district of Malawi, enhancing community based maternal, neonatal and child care. £5,000
2014 to 2015 Donation to Save the Children for the Syrian Refugee Crisis Appeal. £1,000
2016 Church of Scotland "Let us Build a House" project in one of the earthquake devasted areas of Nepal.    £500
2016, 2017 Medical Aid for Palestinians, working for the health and dignity of Palestinians living under occupation and as refugees. £2,000
2017 Disasters Emergency Committee for the East Africa Food Crisis Appeal.    £600


For the future:  the Team has committed to raising £2,000 for Wabia Network, a small charity that helps to prevent and relieve poverty in Mwanza and nearby regions of Tanzania, and hopes the founders of this charity will visit to tell us about their work.


The Big Top Holiday Bible Club will run from 14th to 18th August for 5 - 11 years in the Church Hall.  Contact Rhys for pre-registration forms and more information or search "The Big Top Kirkcudbright Holiday Bible Club" on Facebook for the event. Volunteers needed.

Kirkcudbright Parish Church

At the heart of Kirkcudbright, having Kirkcudbright at heart!

On Sundays and throughout the week, our congregation offers you a variety of opportunities for fellowship and service, whatever your age or background.  We welcome others of faith and of no faith to join us in journeying with Christ, He who has promised to be with us always.  We are all at different stages of our journeying and a good number of us discover particular friendship and companioning in our four Home Fellowship Groups which meet weekly. 

We have a fine, light and spacious church building dating from 1838 designed by the Scottish Architect William Burn; also a fine purpose-built church hall, with a well equipped kitchen, which provides a meeting place for not a few church and community groups.   A current congregational initiative is looking at the possibility of releasing our fine, but under-used, 175 year-old church building into 7 day-a-week use under local community ownership which we would continue to use alongside other community co-users.  Plans have been drawn up for the development of the building for such multi-community use and discussions with all interested parties are ongoing at the moment.

You, whom God sends our way, however, are our main concern.  Should you consider that we might be of service to you, please be in touch.