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Let’s stay connected

Welcome to our hub for all things KCC during these days of social distancing and self-isolation.

The global response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have changed the way we live our lives – but our God is good and His love endures. Let’s remain in Him and allow Him to work in and through us as we continue to navigate these turbulent waters.

We’ll update this page regularly with videos, details about online events and other ways we’re looking to stay connected with each other.

There’s also resources for each of the Kids Church age groups on these pages:

Jelly Tots (Nursery & P1) >

J.A.M. (P2 – P4) >

Fusion (P5-P7) >

Updates will be added to the top of the page, so scroll down to see any that you’ve missed!

Sunday 31 May – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 31 May 2020 – “Where can we find hope?” and Psalm 42.

This service is led by Norman Gill. It includes a contributions from the rest of the Gill family and the Haxtons along with a talk from Pastor Clive Parnell.

If you have any questions, please email: questions@kirklistoncc.com

If you’d like prayer or need practical help and support, please contact us:

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Sunday 24 May – online service

Watch the stream of our service from 10:30 on 24 May 2020 – “Where do we turn when we feel weak?” and Psalm 28.

This service is led by our Children and Families Worker, Alison Henderson. It includes an update on The Storehouse along with contributions from Cammy MacKenzie, Pastor Clive Parnell, the Hare family, the Smith family and a talk from Pastor Colin MacPhie.

If you have any questions, please email: questions@kirklistoncc.com

If you’d like prayer or need practical help and support, please contact us:

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Sunday 17 May – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 17 May 2020 – “Where can we find help in a crisis?” from Psalm 61.

This service is led by our Church and Community Pastor, Colin MacPhie. It includes contributions from Fiona Carvel, Megan MacPhie, Cammy MacKenzie, Issac Riley and a talk from Teaching and Development Pastor Clive Parnell.

If you have any questions, please email: questions@kirklistoncc.com

If you’d like prayer or need practical help and support, please contact us:

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Sunday 10 May – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 10 May 2020 – “Where can we find true love?” from Psalm 52.

This service is led by Pip Lind, our Youth Pastor. It includes contributions from Samantha, Melissa and Harris Shepherd, Emily Haxton, The Archibald family, Alec Lind and Angus Moyes.

If you have any questions, please email: questions@kirklistoncc.com

If you’d like prayer or need practical help and support, please use our contact form.

Sunday 3 May – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 3 May 2020 – “How can we be grateful in a crisis?” from Psalm 86:8-14.

This service is led by Stephie Phipps, our Church Administrator. It includes a reading from Alastair Hutt, prayer with Ann Brodie, songs of worship with the Haxton family and a talk from Pastor Clive Parnell.

If you have any questions, please email: questions@kirklistoncc.com

If you’d like prayer or need practical help and support, please contact us:

Use our contact form

Phone: 0131 516 2262

Email: prayer@kirklistoncc.com

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Sunday 26 April – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 26 April – “Where can we find restoration?”

This service is led by Children and Families Worker, Alison Henderson. It includes testimonies and a reading from the Bathgate family, prayer with the Carter family, songs of worship with Niyi Oludipe and a talk from Paul Johnston.

The links for kids church are on these pages for Jelly Tots, J.A.M. and Fusion.

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Sunday 19 April

Updated 25 April: The online service from 19 April is no longer available, but you can still watch the talk from this service (above)

Watch the stream of our service from 10:30 on 19 April – “Where can we find stillness in a crisis?”

This service is led by Pastor Colin MacPhie and includes a reading from Youth Pastor Pip Lind, prayer with the Biddulph family, a Kids Talk from James Gibson, songs of worship and a talk from Pastor Clive Parnell.

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

There’s some resources for Jelly Tots kids on this new page, plus some general resources that you can use with your children in this document.

Sunday 12 April – online Easter service

Happy Easter – join us as we celebrate that Christ is Risen!

Updated 13 April: The online service from 12 April is no longer available, but you can still watch the talk and KCC family stories from this service (above)

There’s some live worship, prayer, talks for all-ages and more.

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Please note this service was only be available to view for 24 hours.

Sunday 5 April – online service

Updated 11 April: The online service from 5 April is no longer available, but you can still watch the talk from this service (above)

This includes a prayer walk, an interview, some music and notices – as well as a talk from Clive Parnell.

Thanks for joining us for this online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Update 5: Thursday 9 April

No episode of The Little Breakfast Podcast this week

We’re taking a short break this week, but why not catch up on the first two episodes if you’ve not listened already.

We’ll be back with new episode next week.

Update 4: Wednesday 1 April

New episode of The Little Breakfast Podcast

In this week’s episode of our new podcast, Clive and Gerald talk about the Rhythm Change of Crisis and how we can face into some of the challenges that can bring.

You can listen to episode 2 on our website on through your favourite podcast app.

Sunday 29 March – online service

Updated 3 April: The online service from 29 March is no longer available, but you can still watch the talk from this service (above)

This includes some notices from Colin MacPhie, a prayer from Eric McGibbon and Clive Parnell considers ‘Where can we find direction?” and Psalm 119:33-40.

Thanks for joining us for this second online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Update 3: Thursday 26 March

The Little Breakfast Podcast

We’ve published the first episode of a new podcast series – The Little Breakfast.

Find out more on this news article >

Update 2: Wednesday 25 March

Praise and worship playlists

Our worship team have put together a playlist of songs that we regularly sing in church, as well as some newer and older songs that seemed helpful.

You can access the playlist on:

Spotify
YouTube
Apple Music*

*you’ll need a subscription to listen to this list

Resources for spiritual input

Teaching and Development Pastor Clive Parnell has pulled together a short list of some resources that you may find helpful if in the house with time on your hands!

View the list of resources (PDF) >

Sunday 22 March – online service

UPDATED 28 March: The online service is no longer available, but you can still watch the talk from this service (above)

Watch the stream of a short service from 10:30 on 22 March.

This includes some notices from Colin MacPhie, Alison Henderson shares some thoughts for our young people and Clive Parnell explores ‘Where Do We Find Rest, Security and Hope?’ from Psalm 62.

Thanks for joining us for this first online service from Kirkliston Community Church.

Update 1: Saturday 21 March

We are holding a day of prayer on 22 March. There are some slots still available (scroll to the right and you’ll see slots for the afternoon and evening), and our prayer ministry team leaders have written some points to help us as we pray.

We will also host our first “virtual” service tomorrow morning at 10:30.

The service will be available on this page from that time – and you’ll be able to watch it anytime from then.

We’re not-yet able to set up full live streaming, but hope to have this in place next week.

Some home-groups will aim to meet virtually over the coming week, home group leaders will be in touch!

Initial responses

You can read our initial responses to COVID-19 on these news articles:

Update on response to COVID-19 >

Responding to COVID-19 >

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