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Linlithgow Link has a shortage of drivers for their car-service which provides transport for patients attending medical appointments. If you think you might be able to help please telephone 845137 for more information. 


Re-Act (Action for Refugees) would like to thank all those who donated warm clothes/sturdy footwear/blankets/ camping equipment etc during 2018. Similar items will be welcomed through 2019. The Re-Act collection point in Linlithgow is at 26 Friars Brae.


Global Strategy: Anyone interested in learning about the progress being made by 194 Countries of the World as they endeavour to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030 should email



Prayer is for everyone! See − it's easier than you think. 


We are already in the planning for the 2019 Linlithgow Churches Holiday Club!

Mega Makers! is a holiday club for children aged 5 to 11, based on Matthew's Gospel. It explores the theme of inventions, and that the more we discover about God, the vaster his love for us may seem.

This year we're having a week-long club beginning Monday 29th July in the mornings and we're looking for volunteers to lead craft groups, lead games, drama, AV, and make tea & coffee. Please get in touch if you are up for the challenge - if you can help for the full week or even part of the week. Contact

God’s Spirit at Work.


Linlithgow Churches invite you to celebrate Pentecost

With worship and guest speakers


6.30pm, Sunday 9th June


the Marquee at the Rugby Club


Guests Speakers:

Chic Lidstone (Lead Chaplain, Work Place Chaplaincy, Scotland)

Rev Jonathan Couper (retired vicar, now Spritual Director of Cursillo, Yorkshire Diocese) 

As Linlithgow churches, there is a growing realisation that we have much to offer a community that has growing social, emotional and material needs.  Christians all around the UK are rising up with creative ideas to reach a hurting world. Not only are Christians making a difference in the work place, but also in society through local churches. 

Join us on Sunday 9th June for an evening of worship with guest speakers Chic Lidstone & Rev Jonathan Couper.

Chic, Lead Chaplain in Work Place Chaplaincy, Scotland, will share inspiring stories of what God is doing around Scotland. 

Jonathan, former vicar of Christ Church Bridlington, will encourage us through Scripture and experience to be a part of what God is doing in these days.

About the speakers:

  • Chic Lidstone was a Civil Engineer, has been the pastor of a church in Perth and is now the Lead Chaplain in Work Place Chaplaincy, Scotland, supporting chaplains around the country.  
  • Rev Jonathan Couper as vicar of Christ Church was involved in the development of Christchurch Community Services (CCS), a separate charity that over a period of years implemented a whole range of services for the most marginalised in their community.  CCS received the Duke of York’s Community Initiative award in 2013 and 2015.  Jonathan has been a speaker at Clan Gathering, Scotland, and is currently Spiritual Director for Cursillo in York Diocese.