The annual audit of the church accounts will be on Monday 21st Jan 2019 from 7 to 9pm.
Could any Treasurer of a church organisation who cannot attend please ensure the Church Treasurer has all their relevant information before this date.
Bank statements and account pro-formas will be distributed to all treasurers on
Sunday 6th December 2018.
Keith Hegarty (Treasurer)
The Ripple Effect
Sunday 27 January
Presbytery Youth Centre
(Exodus Base), Strand Road
Speaker: Dean Martin. Dean was a former Jehovah Witness and now serves as a Youth Worker with the Presbyterian Church.
All Youth Groups Welcome
PCI Youth Assembly
‘The Anatomy of the Church:
One body many parts’
Saturday 9 February 2019
Assembly Buildings, Belfast
2pm – 9pm
Cost: £8/€8 per person
Delegates should be:
15-25 years old.
Normally a communicant member. Willing to participate in discussion about the life of the church.
If interested in going speak to
Disabled Christian Fellowship
The DCF meet on the 3rd Saturday of each month (September to June) in the Baptist Church, Richill Park at 3 PM. We welcome all who have a disability or those more senior members of the community. The charity enjoys times of fellowship, friendship and outings. Transport to and from our services can be arranged. We are seeking new members and helpers to join us. If you can help please speak to Anne Boyd or Ruby Millar.
Gift Aid: What is it?
Gift Aid is an income tax relief which increases the value of your donations by 25% because the Church can reclaim the basic rate of tax on your gift aid at no extra cost to you.
How do I give?
All you need to do is fill out a Gift Aid Declaration form. This is a statement confirming that you want to donate through Gift Aid and the Church will receive tax back on your donation.
Gift Aid Declaration forms can be requested through the Gift Aid Secretary (Miss Kathleen McConnell) or your elder.
Am I eligible for Gift Aid?
For the Church to claim Gift Aid on your donation you must first have paid UK Income or Capital Gains
Tax in that financial year. Please note from April 2017 the income tax personal allowance has increased
to £11,500 (£11,000 in 2016). If your income is below £11,500 you will no longer be able to claim Gift
Aid on eligible donations.