Donating via Parish Envelopes: You can leave your envelope through the letterbox in the front door at the Parish Centre on Sundays, morning or afternoon or on Monday evenings. This letterbox has a basket on the inside, the alarm will be on inside the parish centre and the door is covered by CCTV. The basket will be checked at regular intervals and any envelopes in it will be locked away in the safe. We ask you to wash your hands in soap and warm water before you leave your house and, also when you return.
Please write all cheques to Culmaine Parish Church Covenant Account or Culmaine Parish Church Dev. Account.
DONATING TO PARISH AND CHURCH FUNDS:
We ask people to use the different colours of the envelopes as much as possible as these are for different funds. Putting all the money into one envelope means that money has to be allocated only to the fund indicated on the envelope. If anyone has not got a box of envelopes or is new to the parish, please contact Fr McManus. All sterling cheques must be made payable to either Culmaine Parish Church Covenant Account or Culmaine Parish Church Development Account. If you wish to donate to a specific fund such as Trocaire please write the name of the fund on the back of the cheque. Please make Euro cheques payable to Culmaine Parish Account.
Standing Order Forms
Alternatively, you can arrange a Standing Order with your Bank to transfer money from your account in the Culmaine Parish Church Covenant Account. Copies of this form will be available at the back of both Churches along with the boxes of envelopes. It is also be available to download below;
If you choose this means of contribution, please leave the portion at the top through the letter box at the Parish Centre.
I take this opportunity to thank all who contribute to the parish finances, for your understanding and support during this very unique and difficult time. I urge you all, for the good of everyone, to continue to observe the restrictions, to pray for all who are affected by the virus and please God we will be able to start returning to some form of normality soon. I wish you every blessing and please stay safe.
Fr Frank McManus PP