News and Events

from around the parish and the Church of Scotland

Big Footprint Armadale

In response to the Moderator’s request for all generations to walk together and have a blether. Our Boys Brigade, Girls Brigade, Guild and our friends from St Anthony’s Church, Methodist Church and Restore Church took to the streets of Armadale on Easter Saturday walking between all the Churches showing a united presence within our community.

A big thank you to all who took time to come and walk and to all the organisers and the ladies who made the tea.

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Spring/Easter Fayre

The Fundraising Group would like to thank everyone who donated to our recent Spring Fair. We raised the fantastic total of £1275 thanks to our amazing congregation and the following local businesses who supported us.

Allure Beauty, Virsa Restaurant, Pattersons Shortbread, Dewars Butchers, Rowan Tree, Lloyds Pharmacy, Gordons Pharmacy, David Barton, Arnold Clark.

Blythswood Appeal

Our Church has collected around 245 hats and 100 shoe boxes this year. Many of the hats will be sent to Belarus and the rest will go with the Shoe Boxes being sent for Christmas gifts through the Blythswood Appeal for people in Albania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Kosovo, Moldova, Romania, Serbia and the Ukraine.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Appeal.

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We have received a cheque for £426.88 which was our Gift Aid payment for the money raised from the Sponsored Walk. This now makes the total for the Walk £2,401.88 which is a fantastic effort.

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Church Fundraising

Pie, Pea and Bingo night

A very enjoyable night at our Pie, Pea and Bingo event when we raised the amazing amount of £836. We also collected £215 from our Quiz Sheet money making a grand total of £1,051.

Another brilliant effort from our Fundraising Team and supporters.


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Church of Scotland News

The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
  • Deacons welcomed to Scotland from across Africa and Europe
    Around 160 deacons from across Africa and Europe are meeting in Scotland for their 25th annual conference.The Diakonia Region Africa Europe (DRAE) assembly, which first took place in Stirling in 1994, is being held at Queen Margaret University in Musselburgh until Monday 24 June.
  • New Go For It funded projects announced
    The Church of Scotland’s Go For It Fund has announced its latest round of funded projects, with 13 grant recipients receiving a total of over £440,000 between them. Applications will now re-open for the final round of Main Grant and Continuation Grant funding, which will close to new applicants in September, under a move agreed by this year’s General Assembly.
  • House of Commons recognition for peace project
    A community project that promotes peace and harmony across the world has been recognised in the House of Commons.
  • New Bible resources for Gaelic speakers released
    The Scottish Bible Society, the Gaelic Books Council and the Church of Scotland’s Gaelic group have announced new resources to help Gaelic speakers engage with the Bible and practice their Christian faith.
  • Refugee resettlement scheme extension welcomed
    A Church of Scotland backed campaign group has welcomed changes to an initiative that supports refugees arriving in the UK.