Sunshine Sing-along for Memory
Takes place in St Michael's Kirk Hall on the second Thursday of each month (not August) 12–1.30pm. All those living with memory loss and their carers are welcome. No church connection necessary. Light lunch and singing. Further info from Norma Costley 01506 843255.
Thursday for Coffee: Come along and enjoy a cuppa, home baking and chat with the group which meets on Thursdays in Cross House between 10–11am. All are welcome
Time of Stillness: On Thursdays at 2pm we meet in St Katherine's Aisle, St Michaels Parish Church. (entrance via south door during winter opening hours). Come and discover what 15 minutes of stillness can do for you. Nothing will be asked of you. Tea and cake afterwards. Info from St Michael's Church Office. All welcome.
ST JOHN'S COMMUNITY CAFE hopes to provide a neutral place for church and community to connect and is run by volunteers whose aim is to provide a warm welcome and to support local causes.
The Cafe is open every Friday from 10 am until Noon at 183 High Street. Everyone is welcome, and we would love to see more of the community dropping in for a cuppa. Profits each month are donated to a local charity.
Sat 7 Sept Antonine Ensemble
7.30pm in St Michaels Parish Church. Admission free, donations welcome. Works by Biber, CPE Bach, Barber, Dvorak.
Sat and Sun 14 and 15 Sept Doors Open Day. Various churches and other buildings of interest open during the weekend, see
Sat 14 Sept Linlithgow Folk Festival at Cross House
Sat 14 Sept BIke Sale:
1st Step are holding their next bike sale on Saturday 14th September 10am - 2pm in the car park behind 183 High Street, selling refurbished children's and young people's bikes (some adult bikes also available). The Friday Community Cafe will be open and all proceeds that day will go to 1st Step.
LYPP OPEN DAY
LYPP are hosting their annual Open Day on Saturday 14th September in the Vennel and would love to welcome you into The Lounge; there will be free activities including face painting, games, skateboarding with instruction, a football panna cage, free burgers from noon and much more. (Skateboarding is for aged 8+, consent form required for under 18's available from LYPP Office before or on the day.) Please come and join us anytime from 10am-4pm and see some of the things we’ve been doing.
Sunday 15 September music@3pm at St Michael's Parish Church. Matt Edwards, piano and organ. Entry free, retiring collection in aid of the music programme at St Michael's.
Thursday 19 September Church Service - 'Prospects'
A new church service, specifically aimed at providing church for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities, is starting on Thursday 19 September, at 7pm in Room 1, Cross House, Linlithgow. The service, organised by people from various churches in Linlithgow, will run once a month, and last one hour, with refreshments and chat afterwards. Activities will include praise songs, short bible reading, drama, prayer and craft. Do pass on the details to anyone you think may be interested, come along and see what this service might look like and help add atmosphere and boost the singing! Contact Anne Law or Bill Duncan via St Michaels Office for more details.
Fri 20 Sept Embrace the Middle East
Refugees, Return and Renewal in Northern Iraq.
Various speakers and Q and A.
7.30pm in Kirk Hall, Cross House, St Michael's CoS. Click for more details.
Sat 28 Sept 10.00am Coffee Morning and Autumn fayre in Kirk hall, St Michael's Parish church, in aid of Burgh Beautiful
Sun 29 Sept Linlithgow Ladies Choir 15th Anniversary Concert 7.00pm at St Michael's Parish Church. Entry by donation. Click for more details
Saturday 5th October, Colours for Women: Kirkliston Community Church, 9:30-5pm. This year's focus will be ‘One Touch”. Our day offers a gentle approach, with teaching, music, prayer/encouragement/creativity and most importantly, space to pause. For more information and to book see www.coloursforwomen.co.uk or email email@example.com,uk