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Now that KPC has adopted a unitary constitution the Congregational Board no longer exists, so various non-elder team leaders attend Session meetings in addition to Elders for the purposes of jointly discussing finance and fabric issues as well as worship and spiritual business. The Unitary constitution is structured as teams led by team leaders informing a steering group overseen by the Kirk Session who ultimately ratify all decisions.
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“Alone we can do so little. Together we can do so much”.
Originate from Linlithgow and have now lived in Kirkliston for 50 years. Was Fabric Convenor for ten years and treasurer for the last 15 years.
The elder for Newbridge, Safeguarding Coordinator, Mission & Outreach team and Life Group member. My interests include fair trade, refugees and prison support.
Member of KPC since 1972. Elder 15 - 20 years. Currently convenor for Life and Work, help with Dorcas lunches and member of Kirky Krafters.
Team Leader for the Youth and Families team and also Convenor of Little Coffee Stop. Morag also facilitates a Life Group and is one of the "newest" elders, ordained just over 5 years ago. Born in Edinburgh and completing higher education in Dundee and Fife, Morag has now lived in Kirkliston for 20 years.
Came to Kirkliston from Juniper Green 50 years ago. Became an elder in 1981. A member of the pastoral team and is convenor for the Shoebox Appeal
Originally from the Isle of Lewis, Maggie moved to Kirkliston in 1976, and is Elder for Dundas Place and Dudgeon Place. With a particular heart for the young and the elderly, she serves within the community as part of Little Coffee Stop Team, Cab, and Mission & Outreach.
Maggie Lane became our Parish Minister in 2009. She studied at New College Edinburgh for both her BD and MTh in Ministry and comes from a background in Community Development. She believes in the local church demonstrating the love of God to the community it is placed to serve and in enabling and equipping disciples of Jesus in they’re gifting and potential. Maggie and husband Brian are both enthusiastically involved in various ministries but they also have four children and five grandchildren who keep them very busy.
Liz is the elder for Stewart Place and Allison Place and also a member of the Worship Team and Little Coffee Stop
I was born in Edinburgh but I have lived in Kirkliston for 47 years. I was ordained as an Elder of Kirkliston Parish Church almost 30 years ago.
Born in Kirkliston..lived here all my life..I am a member of Kirkliston Parish Church and have been an elder for more than 35 years.
I have been a member of Kirkliston Parish Church for around 26 years and an elder for several years . At present I am team leader of Pastoral Care and joint leader of our Life Group . I Believe that Jesus still heals today.
We moved to Kirkliston in 2012 but have quickly settled into church life. I’m an elder, and I preach sometimes. l am keen to encourage more Life Groups to help us grow in our faith...oh and I enjoy walking the dog!
Elder for over 40 years. Congregational Treasurer for 19 years. Keeper of the Rolls for 15 years. West Lothian District Councillor for Kirkliston. First Chairman of Kirkliston Community Council. Member of Edinburgh Airport Consultative Committee. Kirkliston History Pundit. Member of Scottish Genealogical society.
I am one of the worship leaders in the church, and love to spend time praising God. George and I were married in KPC and we have 4 lovely children and 7 amazing grandchildren. Family means a lot to me and it's great to be connected to such a wonderful church family. It can be your church family too!
K.P.C. has been my church all my life, starting with my Christening and Sunday School days and going on from there. I have carried out many roles over the years, including Clerk to the Board, Guild President, Treasurer, and a member of various committees. At present, I am Team Leader of the Admin. Team. I have been an elder for 36 years.
Originally from South Lanarkshire, worked in London for almost 40 years and returned to Scotland in 2002. Became an Elder in 2012, covering Ratho Station, and serve within the 'Techie Team' operating the audio/visual systems.
Daniel Pearson has been an elder in Kirkliston Parish Church for over 25 years. He is a member of the Finance Team and helps to co-ordinate the activities of the men’s Group.
Christina Pearson has been an elder in Kirkliston Parish Church for 17 years. She has been a cab leader for 10 years and at present is a member of the youth and families team.
Originally from the NorthEast (Elgin). An Elder since 1997 at Liberton, South Leith, and now Kirkliston since 2003 covering Newmains Road and Winchburgh (plus). Admin Team Webmaster. Occasional praise band Guitar and Bass.