WfM Annual Get Together

& Project Launch

Women for Mission’s Annual Get Together 2024 took place on Saturday 18 May at Livingston Free Church.

At the event, updates were shared on the funds raised for WfM’s 2023/24 Project, “Breaking Barriers” and we heard updates from a variety of representatives from charities and organisations whom WfM have supported in the past.

During the meeting, the 2024-2025 ‘Empower’ project was announced. This project will support ongoing work with Blythswood Care in India, The Tumaini Fund in Tanzania, Patty and Manuel Reano in Colombia, and The Kerusso Trust in Malawi. To learn more about the new project, click here.
Following the meeting, attendees enjoyed a lovely time of fellowship together with refreshments.

If you missed the meeting, you can watch it again here.


We’re excited for as many people as possible to join us for the Annual Get Together at Livingston Free Church on Saturday 18 May at 2.00pm

In addition to being a great time for fellowship and connection we’ll be sharing updates on the funds raised for WfM’s 2023/24 Project, Breaking Barriers. We’ll also hear from individuals who’ve been supported by WfM in the past or will be in the upcoming year.

At the meeting, we will announce our next project and the new opportunities it offers for us to collaborate with Christian organisations making a positive impact, both practically and spiritually, locally and abroad, often under difficult circumstances.

Following the meeting, we’ll have refreshments and a bookstall featuring some fantastic books.

If you can’t join us in-person, you can join in via our livestream link.

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Adom Otoo

International Justice Mission

Adom Otoo is part of IJM UK leading IJM’s with churches and communities in Scotland. Adom, Ghana born and Scotland bred – the accent gives it way; came to Scotland as a child and is passionate about God’s love for renewal in freedom. While working and serving in a missional church in Aberdeen she discovered God’s heart for justice and mission and is excited to part of the same story being written internationally. Adom now lives in Edinburgh – which she joyfully loves as the origin location of the Harry Potter series . 

Ali MacDonald

Update from Community House Damaris

“Hello, I’m Ali! I had the privilege of being part of a team from Smithton Church who visited Community House Damaris in Athens, Greece in October 2023.
We were blessed more than we could have ever imagined as we experienced this wonderful ministry of holistic care to sex-trafficked and abused women and their babies.
I look forward to sharing with you more about what we saw and did at Damaris.”

Megan Patterson

Christian Values for Education

Megan Patterson is chair of Christian Values for Education (CVE). She also serves as an Education Consultant for SIM (Serving in Mission). Megan loves to encourage Christian teachers and helps teachers to develop a biblical approach to the whole of classroom life.


Release International

We look forward to hearing an update from Release International, who we have been supporting as part of the 2023-24 Project ‘Breaking Barriers’.

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Watch Live

If you are unable to attend in person, or if you would like to host a viewing in your church building, you can watch the meeting using the link below.

Directions and Parking

Livingston Free Church
7 Jackson Place, Eliburn
EH54 6RH

The church is five minutes’ drive from the M8 motorway and just around the corner from St John’s Hospital. 

If the church car park is full, you will find additional spaces at the Eliburn Resource Services building next door. 

The church is 1 mile from Livingston North train station, with trains coming from Edinburgh and Glasgow.