At the Morning Eucharist on Sunday 19th March 2017, the Chaplain, the Revd Wendy Hough, launched Scene@StAndrewsKyrenia, a publication outlining the work and mission of St. Andrew’s over the recent past.
Quoting from her article in the publication, the Revd Wendy said, “Here at St. Andrew’s we are working hard to be a church community that lives out its appreciation of, and awareness of, the goodness, generosity and the greatness of God. All forms of service, including our financial giving, are encouraged and developed on the basis of a response to God’s call to us. We want to be at the heart of the community here in Kyrenia, serving all, whether residents, visitors, tourists or those who own homes here and visit several times per year (often known as swallows), expressing God’s abundant love in all we think and do and say.
“St. Andrew’s is a place to learn about why we worship God and we hope you will be drawn to share with us in exploring the exciting journey of faith.”
In addition a new Giving Form was promoted outlining ways of giving to the work and mission of St. Andrew’s via regular offerings (using envelopes or standing order), a one-off gift, or by means of a legacy. Revd Wendy encouraged all those who are able to also use the UK’s gift-aid scheme to increase their contribution at no extra cost to themselves.
Donors from around the world may also donate using mydonate.bt.com to give to the newly formed St Andrew’s Church Kyrenia UK Charity. Click here