top of page



We are a church serving the people of Linlithgow and surrounding areas. 

On Sunday's 

Sunday morning services are held at Linlithgow Academy starting at 11:00am. Our services are very relaxed and include worship, a talk from a speaker on the bible, and the opportunity for people to be prayed for.

We have groups specifically for our children, from babies through to teens, that are provided during the service, however the first Sunday of the month is a shorter family service where everyone worships together

Teas and coffees and snacks are served in the refreshment area before the service at 10:30am and afterwards at 12:30pm.  

We hope that you’ll join us for Sunday worship and make some new friends.

Church Life.jpg

We have a variety of clubs and activities for younger children and our aim is to care for the whole child in the church family, building positive relationships and helping to develop their faith & knowledge in God.


We offer a creche for children aged up to three which is available from the start of our Sunday service. Their time will include free play, snacks and occasionally a group song or story.

Sunday Club

Sunday Club runs during our Sunday Services. We meet at 11:00am for church family time in the first part of our Service, followed by the children going off to their different groups.

Find out more about children

Mario Kart.jpg
Young People

St John's youth is a place for young people to belong, find purpose and discover faith. We are passionate about Jesus and forging a sense of family between the young people. The youth are connected to all areas of the church life and have a direct influence in the direction of the youth programme. 

On Sundays we have 2 groups - one for S1-S3 and one for S4-S6. We follow a varied programme, some weeks we're in the service, others we're serving and, once a month, each of the  groups have a morning at 'Bacon Church' where we enjoy food together, play games and a leader takes some time to really dig into a particular topic. 

Find out more abut youth

bottom of page