3 January 2023

A good time to pray

And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests. With this in mind, be alert and always keep on praying for all the Lord’s people.

Ephesians 6:18

As we look back to the origins of what is now Kirkliston Community Church, we can see it was started by folks praying about a church plant. The early years saw many praying about wisdom, direction and wanting to know God more.

Over the time that KCC has grown, prayer has been a core value – spending time on a weekly and monthly basis; praying and seeking God. We give thanks for how He has been leading us through different seasons. And there have been amazing answers to prayer. He has provided many people, a building, many resources, our staff and leadership teams. We have been really blessed over the years.

As we look ahead, we want to continue being a Church that prays; a Church that is led by the Spirit.

During December last year, the elders were meeting once a week to pray for KCC and to seek God for His wisdom and direction.

Gathering to pray

We are planning a day of prayer for the whole church on January 15th and would love as many of us to join this in prayer.

We want to encourage all ages – children, youth and adults – to pray.

When is it?

January 15th 7:00-18:00

Where is it?

In our building on Main Street, Kirkliston. We will use various rooms in the church.

What will we be doing?

The idea is to spend time waiting on God. He may give you a scripture for KCC, a picture, or a word. Take the time to pray, write, doodle and let’s see what he is saying to us as we collate it all together. 

There will be one-hour slots where people can come to the building and pray. We want as many folks praying about what God is saying to us as a church. We will have pens and paper available, Bibles and some points for prayer too.

At the end of the day, we will gather together and have a time of prayer and praise from 18:30-19:30.

How do you get involved?

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We look forward to as many of us as possible coming and praying,


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