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Services for This Month

9.45am: 'All-age' Service
11.00am: 'Traditional' Service
(G): Service at Gladsmuir

All services are at Longniddry Parish Church unless otherwise stated
2nd November
9.45am: Rev Dan Harper
11am: Rev Dan Harper (G)
6.30pm: Service at Tranent
Rev Dan Harper & Zacchaeus Chilembo
9th November - Remembrance Service
10.45am: Rev Robin Hill
(Please note there is no 9.45am service)
13th November - Midweek Communion
12 noon: Rev Robin Hill
16th November
9.45am: Rev Robin Hill
11am: Rev Robin Hill (G)
18th November
7.30pm: Commisioning Service for Rev Paraic Raemonn
23rd November - Christ the King
9.45am: Rev Dan Harper & Rev Robin Hill
11am: Rev Dan Harper & Rev Robin Hill (G)
6.30pm: Longniddry Priase Night
Very Rev Dr Sheilagh Kesting & Rev Robin Hill
30th November
9.45am: Rev Robin Hill & Rev Dan Harper
11am: Rev Robin Hill & Rev Dan Harper (G)
4.30pm: Longniddry Messy Church

Welcome to Our Website

Our Church is proud to be a public place of worship. Our doors are open for many acts of worship, weekly and monthly, as well as being home to lots of other groups (both church and non-church). Please join us at sometime - you, your family and your guests are very welcome indeed.

Through the Year with Dan...

Remembrance: a moment where we are charged with remembering, in case we forget, the sacrifice made by many so that we might live freely. I do not feel the moment should end there, however; it should swell with an understanding that tyranny and oppression have not yet been vanquished. Remembrance might be the annual focus, but the deed must be continual and based in actions.

Proportionally few people now enter into armed service; however we must all still fight for freedom. Calling out tyranny, oppression and injustice wherever we find it and not allowing discrimination of any form or flavour to flourish. In remembering we should stand up for and alongside those who are marginalised or treated in ways that deny their humanity.

We can do this in seeking to love all humanity in the way that God loves us, as shown in the life of Jesus. This is not forgetting past wrongs but, once more, following the example of Jesus and forgiving, allowing for healing and reconciliation to take place rather than entrenching the bitterness that ends up hurting the aggrieved more than the aggravator.

Dan Harper

Can't get to the services...?

We have recently started recording some of the Church services - usually the first one of the month. If you can't get to Church on a Sunday, and would like copies of the recordings, please get in touch.

The Young Church

Longniddry Church has two groups aimed at our varied age groups of young people: Sunday Club if you're between 3 - 11 and creche for anyone under 3. New members are always welcome so please just come along at the first service (9.45am) and see what we have to offer. And.... watch out for Messy Church!

We are always in need of extra helpers (and it doesn't have to be every week!!) If you would like to volunteer to help with a group, please contact Kerry Reilly (853201) or email Messy Church

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