Here are some useful resources and links to relevant websites.
St John’s Documents
Child Protection Policy (2016) – this complies with guidance from the Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS) and can be requested by contacting our office.
Linlithgow Churches lists the main churches serving Linlithgow and surrounding areas and posts upcoming events within the vicinity.
Linlithgow Young Peoples’ Project (LYPP) is a charitable youth organisation founded by the churches of Linlithgow to address the social, recreational, emotional and spiritual needs of young people aged 12 to 18. LYPP runs a number of youth friendly activities including The Lounge Youth Club, Streetwork, Schools Work, Music/Art workshops and special events.
Linlithgow Help Centre seeks to provide information and support for anyone with a problem which is proving difficult for them to resolve.
Libertas Christian Counselling is a Linlithgow-based group of accredited Christian counsellors who help individuals and couples deal with a wide range of issues including abuse, anxiety, depression, relationship problems, bereavement and addictions. There is no charge for counselling, but donations to help with the service are welcome. You don’t need to be a Christian to book an appointment and faith is only discussed if requested by the client. Contact email@example.com for more information or call 01506 202514.
Safe Families for Children Scotland empowers local churches to care for some of the most vulnerable members of our society – children whose families are going through a hard time. The church is already a natural place of support, encouragement and care and has the desire to reach out to its community. However, as our communities become increasingly disjointed, the people whom the church most wants to help are often isolated and hard to find. Safe Families for Children is the bridge – connecting local churches in Scotland with families who need help to get back on their feet.
Scripture Union Scotland is part of the worldwide family of Scripture Union movements that began in the nineteenth century and now operate in over 130 countries. It is a Christian charity working in partnership with local churches and other sympathetic organisations helping children and young people of Scotland explore the Bible and respond to the significance of Jesus.