Friday 22nd September

On Friday 22nd September we held a Ceilidh. Tickets were sold out quickly for what was a great evening of music and dance. Music provided by the Livingston Fiddlers (including our own Gwyneth Young). Thanks to everyone who played. Thanks also go to our marvellous caterers for the wonderful spread. The whisky skittles went down a treat too!


Sunday 17th September

During our morning worship two of our members were baptised. It was a wonderful occasion and as per our custom we enjoyed a great buffet afterwards. (no pic unfortunately). However, here are photos of Andrew and Brian after their Baptism.

We welcome you, we will care for you, we will share our faith with you.


 Choir Outing

At long last, the Choir had an outing for a meal on August 2nd.  We have been talking about having one for quite some time. It might be a minor miracle that it eventually took place!

We went to the Oatridge Hotel in Uphall.  We had a great time. The food was very good – as was the service.  A definite recommend as to where to go for a meal locally.  You won’t be disappointed. The price was reasonable too. We certainly won’t be leaving it as long for our next outing.

Summer Fun Day

July 2nd

Here are a few pics from the Family Fun Day

Easter Day – Christ is Risen … He is Risen indeed; Alleluia!

The Church looks resplendent with our lovely array of flowers

Easter Garden

 Good Friday – Seven Last Words of Jesus


The Youth Club met on Saturday 8th April

Here are a few photos of some of the activities enjoyed


Saturday 1st April saw our Craft Fair take place. What a success it was.

A good crowd came during the day to see the great array of handmade crafts on display. Ably supported by our catering team, the bacon rolls went down a storm! We had to send out for more supplies…  the question on everyone’s lips – when is the next one?

Here are a few photos of the day

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Monday 27th February

Torphichen Inn was the venue of the fundraiser for St Peter’s extension.

The ladies are in front of the witches and the gents in front of the warlocks – the new modern murals of Tam o’shanter in the Inn. The sum of £290 was amassed for the extension fund. Here are a couple of photos of the evening.

Sunday 26th February

Our monthly Choral Evensong was a bit different to others this month.  During our Service we were please to witness David Graham-Service receive the St Cuthbert Award from Bishop John. (This award was created by Bishop John to recognise the work of individuals within churches who share their time and gifts not only for the life of the congregation but for service in the wider community.)

Some 30 people attended. Those from our own congregation together with some from St Peter’s, Linlithgow. Kathleen Neeley from The West Lothian Foodbank also came along. After Evensong we all enjoyed a time of fellowship. Needless to say there was a buffet and refreshments served!

Here are a few photos of the evening.  Well done David.

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