Below are listed a number of organisations linked with the church. If you would like to obtain further information on any of these organisations, please use the contact form below and select the organisation.
From time to time we run Alpha courses, sometimes jointly with our neighbouring churches in South Queensferry and Dalmeny. Current courses will be advertised on the website. For further information, please use the contact form below.
The Boys meet on a Monday night in the church centre.
Guild of St.Luke
This prayer group commits to pray every day for all those on their list. Prayer request cards can be found on the pews in Church which can be completed then placed in the boxes at either entrance to the Church. Requests will then be added to the prayer list, which is kept confidential. The group meets in the Church Centre on the second Monday of the month from 7.00–8.00 pm to update the prayer list and have a time of prayer together. New members are always welcome to join the group in this ministry.
Contact: Linda Moss
Scottish Country Dancing
Kirkliston Scottish Country Dance Club’s aim is to promote country dancing with a friendly and social atmosphere. The club meets every Tuesday evening from 7.30 pm in the Church Centre during the season (September until December then January until April).
Contact: Suzanne Kidd on 01506 845325
These weekly lunches are run by a group of volunteers and is one of the Church’s ways of helping in our modern society. We welcome young and old, non-church goers and those of any denomination who wish a light lunch for a very reasonable price on Tuesdays in the Church Centre from 12.00- 2.00pm from the end of September until the beginning of December and from the end of January until the end of April. If you are new to the village or haven’t had lunch with us, please do come along – a warm welcome awaits everyone.
Convenor: Gill Davidson
Kirkliston Parish Church Guild meets in the Church Centre on the second and fourth Wednesday of the months of September to April from 7.30 9.30 pm. The Guild is an opportunity for both men and women to share faith, fellowship and fun. As well as a diverse range of speakers, the Guild enjoys theatre visits, ten pin bowling and numerous excursions.
Contact : Joan McConnachie
Lift To Church?
A rota of volunteer drivers provide transport to church on Sunday mornings for those who would otherwise be unable to attend. More volunteers are always required to join us in providing this much-appreciated service. Please be aware that a designated parking space is available for the driver on duty. If you would like transport to Church, or would like to volunteer to help, please get in touch.
Contact: Ann Denholm
Kirkliston Scout Group
Contact: Pam – 0131 555 1570
Healing Rooms (currently Closed at Kirkliston!)
A Healing Room is simply a place where people can come to receive healing prayer for any condition: physical, emotional or spiritual. You will be made to feel very welcome on arrival and asked to fill in a short form. A team of trained volunteers will then pray for you in a relaxed and confidential environment. There is no charge for visiting any of the 40 Healing Rooms in Scotland and no appointment is necessary. Kirkliston Healing Room is open every Monday from 2.00pm – 4.00pm at the Church Centre.
Contact: Katie Marshall – 07768 530 800 or 0790 766 539