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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



Interaction Prayer diary for Linlithgow churches can be found by following the link here.

2019 Shoe Box Appeal

Bring a smile this Christmas and join the 2019 Shoe Box Appeal. Fill a shoebox with practical items like soap, and fun items like sweets. Let someone know you’ve thought about them – you’ll make someone smile this Christmas. Take your filled box to St Michaels parish Church.  Download a checklist here. Deadline is Sunday 27 October.


The Big Quiz Night

The second Tear Fund Big Quiz Night will take place in churches all over the country on Saturday 16th November.

St Michael’s will host the event in the Kirk Hall 7.15 for 7.30. Come on your own or with a team. Light refreshments available. Suggested donation £5.

For information contact Alison – 01506 844992 or

Festival of Christmas Trees

Friday 6 Dec 10.30am - 7pm

Saturday 7 Dec 10.30am - 7pm

Sunday 8 Dec 2pm - 7pm

 St Michael's Parish Church, Linlithgow

Refreshments available: Mulled wine or Hot chocolate

Tickets: Adults £5, children £2, U5 free

Family Ticket (2 adults, 2 children) £10

available at the door

We are delighted to confirm that money raised at the 2019 Festival of Christmas Trees will be divided between the following three local charities Linlithgow Link, Linlithgow Day Care and Linlithgow Young Peoples Project (LYPP). 

Our theme this year is Around the World and we would love for you take part by decorating a tree inspired by the country of your choice.

There is still time to get in touch if you would like to take part.  For more information please contact Margaret Johnston