A man walking a straight road towards the horizon

Let’s stay connected

Welcome to our hub for online church services.

The global response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) may have impacted 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 able 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 have have missed!

Sunday 17 January 2021 – online service

Welcome to our online service for 17 January 2021.

Pastor Colin MacPhie will talk about Mark 10 v 35-45. ‘Following with a servant heart’, as well as continuing his children’s talk series.

Worship is recorded by James Haxton, and, Emma & Cara Bathgate. Reading is by our Youth Pastor, Pip Lind. Pastor Clive Parnell will lead the service.

We invite you to join us afterwards for Church Chat on Zoom.

Join Zoom Meeting from 11:15 >
Meeting ID: 889 4645 5092

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 10 January 2021 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 10 January 2021.

This shorter service features Pastors Colin MacPhie and Clive Parnell as we start our new series; I will follow. Clive will share a talk asking “Deal or no deal?” from Mark 10:17-31.

We invite you to watch the service with us through Zoom at 10.30 on Sunday – followed by a time of chat with each other.

Please feel free to join us using this link or the meeting ID 871 1554 5086.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 3 January 2021 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 3 January, our first service of the new year.

This week, we’re sharing a short talk by Stephen McQuoid, looking at Zechariah 2:1-5. 

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Thursday 24 December – joint online service

For several years we’ve come together with our friends at Kirkliston Parich Church for a joint Christmas Eve service. It’s been great to share this time together.

While we can’t do that in person this year, we’ve got our digital selves together and are delighted to share this online service with you.

Featuring contributions from members of KCC and KPC, we hope this service will help as you continue your preparations for the celebration of Christmas.

Have a happy and blessed Christmas.

Sunday 20 December – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 20 December 2020, our final Sunday service before the celebration of Christ’s birth and our final time considering Jesus as the Light of the World.

This week, our focus is on Jesus as the light that brings life – and look at 1 John 1:5-10

This service includes contributions from Glenn Carter, Cameron and Prashanthi Hutton, Cammy MacKenzie, Pip Lind, Stephie Phipps, Dashika and Daya Rasaratnam, Andy Weir and some joy-filled kids from KCC. Pastor Clive Parnell will also share thoughts from the passage.

Follow the Star by Allan McKinlay used with permission. 

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 13 December – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 13 December 2020. We continue to anticipate the celebration of Christ’s birth in what was a lowly middle-eastern town over 2000 years ago.

Over the few weeks before Christmas we’re looking at three different aspects of Jesus as the Light of the World.

This week, He is the light that saves us – join us as we look at John 1:7-15 together.

This service includes contributions from Cara and Emma Bathgate, Alison Henderson, Clive Parnell, Edd Phipps, Andy Weir, Leslie Wilson and others. Colin MacPhie will also share thoughts from the passage.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Disco Sting by Kevin MacLeod

Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3653-disco-sting

License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/


Sunday 6 December – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 6 December 2020.  Advent is upon us as we anticipate the celebration of Christ’s birth in what was a lowly middle-eastern town.

Jesus is the light of the world, and over the next few weeks we’ll be looking at three different aspects of His light in our lives.

First, He is the light that overcomes – join us as we look at John 1:1-6 together.

This service includes contributions from Cara and Emma Bathgate, Colin, James and Morag Haxton, Fleming McNiven, Emily and Gordon Stitt and Sam Wynne. One of our members, Angus Moyes will also share thoughts from the passage.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 29 November – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 29 November 2020.  This is the final week of our series “Who do you follow?” as we study the life of Jesus from the book of Mark. We conclude our series by looking at being called to serve..

This service includes contributions from Laurie Ann Carr, Gavin Simpson, James & Colin Haxton, Cammy Mackenzie, The Rasaratnams & Huttons, The Shepherds and Colin MacPhie. One of our pastors, Clive Parnell will bring the talk.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 22 November – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 22 November 2020. We’re into the last few weeks of this part of our series “Who do you follow?” as we study the life of Jesus from the book of Mark. This week we are looking at being called to follow in the way of the cross.

This service includes contributions from Lynn Deans, Eric & Margaret McGibbon, Graeme & Mark Henderson and James Haxton. One of our pastors, Clive Parnell will bring the talk.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 15 November – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 15 November 2020. We’re into the last few weeks of this part of our series “Who do you follow?” as we study the life of Jesus from the book of Mark. This week we consider being called to understand.

This service includes contributions from Elizabeth Johnston, Emma and Cara Bathgate, Irene and Daniel Gray and Norman Gill. Colin MacPhie, one of our pastors will also bring a talk.

We also feature a version of Amazing Grace by The Normal Christian Life. This is used with permission. 

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 8 November – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 8 November 2020. “Who do you follow?”  We’ve been spending time in the book of Mark and considering who – and how – we’re called to follow.

This service includes contributions from Glenn & Lydia Carter, Samantha Shepherd, Doug & Laura Smith and Cammy Mackenzie. One of our members, Paul Johnston, will also bring our talk on being called to believe.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 1 November – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 1 November 2020. “Who do you follow?”  We’ve been spending time in the book of Mark and considering who – and how – we’re called to follow.

This week, we’re looking at being called to follow with a pure heart. 

This service includes contributions from Colin MacPhie, Sam & Mary Bouix, Avril McNinch, Marshall Munro, Julie Simpson and Hope City Church. One of our members, James Gibson, will also bring a talk. 

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 25 October – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 25 October 2020. We are looking at what it mean when we are called to trust Jesus – as part of our series “Who do you follow?” from the book of Mark.

This service includes contributions from Cammy and Emily Gill, Alison Henderson, Andy Weir, Irene Gray, Ellie Biddulph, the Rasaratnams and CityAlight (used with permission). Pastor Clive Parnell will share a talk from the passage. 

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.


Sunday 18 October – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 18 October 2020. We are looking at being called to serve the whole person – as part of our series “Who do you follow?” from the book of Mark.

This service includes contributions from Stephie Phipps, the Bathgates and Carters, James Haxton, Alastair & Sheila Hutt, the Rasaratnams & Huttons Pastor Clive Parnell and The UK Blessing (used with permission). Pastor Colin MacPhie will share a talk from the passage. 

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 11 October – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 11 October 2020. We are continuing our series “Who do you follow?” and this week we explore the subject being called to reach out from the book of Mark.

This service includes contributions from Stephie Phipps, Andy Weir, the Bathgates and Carters, Cammy Mackenzie, the Rasaratnams and Huttons, the Frasers, the Wynnes and our talk comes 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 4 October – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 4 October 2020. Our series “Who do you follow?” continues as we look at being called to serve the whole person from the book of Mark.

This service includes contributions from Graeme Henderson, Clive Parnell, James & Colin Haxton, the Rileys, and the Stanners. There will also be 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 27 September – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 27 September 2020. Our series “Who do you follow?” continues as we unpack being called to restoration from the book of Mark.

This service includes contributions from Norman Gill, Laurie Ann Carr, Grace Parnell, Cara and Emma Bathgate and Anna and Maria Carter. There will also be 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 20 September – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 20 September 2020. We’re exploring what is means to be called to trust in the middle of a storm – this is part of our series “Who do you follow?” looking at the book of Mark.

This service includes contributions from the Linds, the Shepherds, the Thompsons, ID & Ignite and a clip from Saddleback Church that is used with permission. There will also be 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 13 September 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 13 September 2020. We continue to explore “Who do you follow?” and this week we’re looking at being called to grow.

This service includes contributions from Iain and Anne Brodie, Maranatha Camp and Glenn Carter. There will also be 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 6 September 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 6 September 2020. We continue to explore “Who do you follow?” and this week we’re exploring how we’re called to rooted.

This service includes contributions from Cammy McKenzie, James Haxton, Roxan Donnachie, John and Ann Young along with Alison Henderson. There will also be 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 30 August 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 30 August 2020 as we continue our series “Who do you follow?”  This week we’re looking at how we are called to the family of God.

This service includes contributions from Rasaratnams, Hutton and Stark families as well as Angus Moyes. There will also be 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 23 August 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 23 August 2020, the next in our series on “Who do you follow?”  This week we’re looking at how we are “Called to Diversity in Christ”.

This service includes contributions from the Hendersons, The Shepherds and Andy Weir plus there’s a special interview with two of our younger members.  Our message will be brought to us by Paul Johnston.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 16 August 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 16 August 2020, the second in our series on “Who do you follow?”  This week we’re looking at the topic called to dine with Jesus.

This service includes contributions from Colin MacPhie, James Haxton and the Munro family.  We’ll have worship with The Haxtons, Bathgates, Carters and Cammy Mackenzie, and the sermon will be brought to us by 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 9 August 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 9 August 2020. We’re starting a new series today on “Who do you follow?”  This week we’re looking at the topic and we’re thinking about being called to follow Jesus.

This service includes contributions from Norman Gill, Aileen and Mark Godfrey, Andy Weir, Clive Parnell, and we’ll be hearing a talk from 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 2 August 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 2 August 2020. This is the final talk in our series “There is hope in Jesus”, and we’re thinking about how hope helps us live in humility.

This service includes contributions from the Carter family and Andy Weir, as well as a talk from 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 26 July 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 26 July 2020. As part of our series “There is hope in Jesus”, we’re thinking about how hope helps us in suffering.

This service includes contributions from Alison Henderson, Stephie Phipps, Bev Gill, Grace Parnell, Sam Wynne, Janice and Robin Paterson, Colin, Megan and Mai MacPhie, the Haxton family, Horst and Petra Wiese, as well as a talk from 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 19 July 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 19 July 2020.

This service includes contributions from Angus Moyes, Colin & Megan MacPhie and Lynn Deans, along with 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 12 July 2020 – online service

Welcome to the stream of our service for 12 July 2020 – “Hope that helps us live and speak for Jesus” and 1 Peter 3:8-22.

This service includes contributions from Cammy Mackenzie, Heidi Swanson, Colin MacPhie, Stephie Phipps and the McNivens, along with 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 5 July 2020 – online service

Hello and a warm welcome to the stream of our service for 5 July 2020 – “How does hope help our relationships?” and 1 Peter 3:1-7.

This service includes contributions from Leslie Wilson, the Haxtons, the Bathgates and the Carters along with a talk from Stephen McQuiod, Director of GLO Europe.

The Blessing [KIDS] is from All Star Kids Club (YouTube).

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 28 June 2020 – online service

Hello and a warm welcome to the stream of our service for 28 June 2020 – “How does hope change the way we live?” and 1 Peter 2:13-25.

This service includes contributions from the Carters, the Wallaces and Andy Weir along with a talk from one of our pastors, 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 21 June 2020 – online service

Hello and a warm welcome to the stream of our service for 21 June 2020 – “How can hope change a community?” and 1 Peter 2:1-12.

This service is being led by our Youth Pastor, Pip Lind and includes contributions from the Biddulphs, the Segars, the Rasaratnams and the Shepherds – along with a talk from one of our members, Angus Moyes.

See if you can spot other members of the KCC family too!

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 14 June – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 14 June 2020 – “Where can we find hope that lasts forever?” and 1 Peter 1:13-25.

This service is includes contributions from the MacPhies, the Whitlies, the Aitkens – along with a talk from Pastor Clive Parnell. Colin MacPhie will also lead a time of family communion so please have some bread and juice ready for that.

Thank you to alpha.org for the use of their video in this service.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 7 June – online service

Watch the stream of our service for 7 June 2020 – “Where can we find real hope?” and 1 Peter 1:1-12.

This service is led by Graeme Henderson. It includes contributions from the Grays, the Bremners, Niyi Oludipe 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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

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.

You can listen to the songs used on our services through the KCC Worship playlist on our YouTube channel.

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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