The Communications Group is looking at the possibility of producing a 2018 calendar which will be sold to raise money for church funds.
In order to do this, we would like your photographs of Scottish scenes taken in different locations and different seasons.
Please e-mail them to: email@example.com
(Photos must be at least 2Mb in size and say where they were taken).
You’ve got until Sunday 30th July to send them in, so get snapping!
Welcome to our website and thank you for taking the time to visit us here in cyberspace.
We are glad you have found us and, as we are a work in progress, we hope that you will visit us regularly as these pages are updated with information about all that goes on in Broxburn Parish Church.
Of course, you can also visit us in person… our Sunday morning service is at 11am and we would love to welcome you.
Children join us for the first 15 minutes or so of the service and then they go through for their own time. We have a team of dedicated volunteers, all of whom have been through the necessary child protection training.
Our aim is to make the church not only a safe place for children, but also a place where they can learn the stories of Jesus, experience the love of God from those around and have fun.
We have a dedicated team who work with the children in Sunday School, Girls' Brigade, Boys' Brigade and CHILL (our youth group which meets once a month for fun and food).
We also have a good working relationship with the local primary and secondary school.
If you would like any more information about the congregation here in Broxburn please do not hesitate to contact us.
Verse of the day
Please send any intimations to:
1st July Coffee Bar in aid of Alzheimer Scotland
15th July Coffee Bar in aid of the Foodbank
29th July Coffee Bar in aid of Crohn’s & Colitis
12th August Coffee Bar in aid of The Busy Project
20th August ‘An Afternoon Tea’
30th September Stewardship Coffee Bar
30th September ‘The Wedding’ play, & ceilidh
1st October Stewardship Lunch
Recording of Sermons
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