Creation Time ’21

God’s Good Earth Service In the lead up to COP26 our 9.30am Intergenerational and 11am worship services were led by LUPC Eco Group on Sunday 5th September.

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Eco-Congregation

LUPC places a high value on care for God’s creation and actively seek ways in which we can make a positive difference to our carbon footprint as individuals and as a community. We gained our Silver Eco-Congregation Award in May 2020 with initiatives which included: the creation of an Eco…

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About LUPC

Livingston United Parish Church is a growing community of people, of all ages and from all walks of life, who are drawn together by a common faith in Jesus Christ and who are privileged to have a wide range of connections with the people and communities of Livingston. Within our…

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Our Partners

St. Andrew’s Scots Kirk, Columbo, Sri Lanka In recent years as a result of visits to Sri Lanka by Alistair Marquis, Chair of the Parish Council, LUPC has begun to develop a partnership with St. Andrew’s Church in Colombo (known locally as the “Scot’s Kirk”). We have raised funds to…

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Our Team

Introducing our ministry team: Rev. Marc B. Kenton – Minister Marc is the Church of Scotland minister serving LUPC. Ordained for 23 years, Marc has served the church in South Africa as a Uniting Presbyterian Church minister and in England as a United Reformed Church minister. He is passionate about…

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Our Story

When Livingston was designated as Scotland’s 4th new town development in 1962, thoughts turned in church circles to the opportunity which presented itself in a completely new large town settlement in central Scotland. In 1963 the Scottish Council of Churches Annual Conference in St. Andrews recommended that the planned new…

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