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New Page – Outlook

There is a new page on this website called Outlook, with the purpose of bringing items of interest to your attention looking beyond the parish and congregation of Kirkliston.

Any appropriate contributions are welcome.  Please contact the admin team in the first instance via the contact page on this website.

Life and Work Promotion

From Pam Doig:  Promotion information on the May 2020 Issue of ‘Life and Work’, the Church of Scotland magazine.

During this challenging period, Life and Work is committed to helping keep our Christian community connected and so we have made the May 2020 issue available on our website. This can be accessed by clicking here or visiting https://www.lifeandwork.org/resources/free-download-may-2020.

This is not the full digital experience as enjoyed by our loyal online subscribers and equally to protect our subscribers of the print edition.

Highlights from this issue includes:

  • FEEDING THE HUNGRY: Reflection on foodbanks and impact of Covid-19
  • ‘GOD HAS NOT FINISHED WITH SCOTLAND’: The Moderator-Designate, the Rev Dr Martin Fair
  •  ASSEMBLY CANCELLATION: Church’s business meeting cancelled for first time in over 300 years
  •  WAR’S END: The role of churches in peacebuilding across Europe on the 75th anniversary of VE Day

We trust you and your congregation will enjoy reading this issue.  We are even more grateful at this time for your generous support and continued loyalty of Life and Work.

 

KPC Fundraising

We’re delighted to announce that Kirkliston Parish Church is now registered as an AmazonSmile charity.

AmazonSmile is a simple and automatic way for you to support Kirkliston Parish Church every time you shop, at NO COST to you. When you shop at smile.amazon.co.uk, Amazon will donate a proportion of the purchase price to Kirkliston Parish Church.

It’s simple and quick to register, just click on the link below … NB: use right-click and select if wanting to open the link in a separate browser tab or window.