Monday 7.30pm Prayer Meeting in East Calder Church Prayer Room
Tuesday 7.15pm Kirk Session Meeting in East Calder Church Hall
7.45pm Singing Group in Kirknewton Church
Wednesday 10.00am Kirknewton Bible Study in Kirknewton Church Hall
7.30pm Alpha Course in East Calder Church Hall
Thursday 10.00am Forget-me-not Café in East Calder Church Hall
Friday 4.00pm Kosy Kaff in Kirknewton Community Hall
6.30pm Boys’ Brigade in East Calder Church Hall

Updated 26th March 2017


Sunday 9 April at 11.15am: Palm Sunday Service in East Calder Church
(No service in Kirknewton Church)
10, 11 & 12 April at 7.30pm: East Calder Church open for prayer
Thursday 13 April at 7.30pm: Maundy Thursday Communion Service in Kirknewton Church
Friday 14 April at 7.30pm: Good Friday Service in East Calder Church
Sunday 16 April at 9.45am: Easter Day Service in Kirknewton Church
(No service in East Calder Church)
(The Offerings at the Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services will go to Joan McKenzie our Missionary Partner, via Africa Inland Mission – Registered Charity No. SC037594)

Updated 26th March 2017


Please advise Brenda, Ken, the Session Clerk, or your Elder, of anyone known to you who is ill, either at home or in hospital, and who would welcome a visit.

Updated 9th January 2017


The following course is available for any person who is working in a voluntary capacity with groups within the Church:
Saturday 22 April 2017: 9.30am-12.15pm at Kirk of Calder Parish Church - Glenalmond Hall, Mid Calder.
It is mandatory that any person working in a voluntary position with groups (children, young persons or adults) within the Church take part in an Introductory Safeguarding Training Course so that they can continue working with that group.
If you wish to attend this course, please contact Jennifer Sutherland as soon as possible, as places are strictly limited.

Updated 26th March 2017


During the Easter holidays, the Youth Church will not meet on 2, 9 & 16 April, but will resume on Sunday 23 April. For more information, please speak to any of the Leaders of the Youth Church.

Updated 26th March 2017


All welcome to come and share a time of worship, thanksgiving and fellowship each Sunday evening at 6.30pm in East Calder Church Hall.
The speaker for Sunday, 2 April is Rev Ken Mackay, who will speak on the theme “God and me”.

Updated 26th March 2017


The weekly Prayer Meeting in East Calder is now on a Monday evening instead of a Wednesday evening. As before, time 7.30pm to 8.30pm in the Prayer Room at the back of the Church. Entry by the back door. Everyone very welcome.

Updated 21st November 2016


The Kosy Kaff is still looking for volunteers to help and/or bake. We would hope to have sufficient help to ensure that each duty only comes around once in every 4-6 weeks.
Thank you to everyone who is already involved in this outreach.

Updated 11th September 2016


The Singing Group meets weekly throughout the year on Tuesday evenings at 7.45pm in Kirknewton Church for an hour of singing, laughter and fellowship followed by coffee and biscuits. Although primarily formed to rehearse the hymns for the Sunday services we also practise other music - spiritual, classical and popular. We aim to sing several pieces a year as a group at some of the important anniversaries within the Church, such as Easter and Christmas. We would love to welcome anyone who just likes to sing to come and join us any Tuesday evening.

Updated 5th September 2016

Presentation of Long Service Certificates to Elders – April 2016

To view the Photos click here.

Updated 23rd April 2016


The Edinburgh Easter Play will take place on Easter Saturday, 15 April at 2.00pm, in Princes Street Gardens West, in the centre of Edinburgh. The performance is free and open to all. This year, for the first time since 2010, we will be staging a large-scale traditional Passion Play, but you can expect a few surprises – our take on the Easter story has a distinctly Scottish flavour!

Updated 13th March 2017


Celebrate the greatest event in history in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh on Easter Sunday, 16 April at 7.30pm
Join the Origin Scotland choir, band and orchestra, along with leading Scottish singers, in an evening of worship celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Admission is free, with an offering on the night towards expenses.
Free tickets from www.originscotland.org call 0131-208-0095.

Updated 13th March 2017

WEST LOTHIAN FOODBANK (Reg Charity Number SC008274)

The organisers of the West Lothian Foodbank have informed us that they still have plenty of food on hand at this time. They would, however, greatly appreciate donations of the undernoted items:
Washing up Liquid; Toilet Rolls; Shaving Foam; Razors; Shower Gel; Deodorants; Nappies
These items can be left in the vestibule of either Church on Sunday mornings and will be delivered on your behalf.

As the Foodbank is very expensive to run, e.g. premises for storage, donations of money would be very gratefully received, in several ways shown on their website - https://westlothian.foodbank.org.uk/give-help
or, alternatively, you can pay directly into their Bank Account using a cheque or card in your Bank’s branch. The details you will need are: West Lothian Foodbank; Clydesdale Bank; Sort Code 82/70/05; Account no 80575476. If you can add your name as the reference this will really help them.
If you would prefer to send them a cheque, their address is: West Lothian Foodbank, 33 Market Place, Whitburn, West Lothian EH47 0EU.

Updated 26th March 2017