Regular Services

Sunday Morning Worship

10.30 am – Sunday Worship
(including provision for children)

followed by refreshments/Fellowship in Church Centre

Communion at 10.30 am on the First Sunday of March, June, September and the last Sunday in November

Café Church at 6.30 pm in the Church Centre on the First Sunday of the month (except January) - a more informal service.

On occasion, the timings of services may change – please check this website for updated information.

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Songs of Praise – an opportunity to join in!

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Songs of Praise is filming in Edinburgh on the evenings of 26th and 27th November from 7:00 pm until 10:30 pm.  We are searching for choirs, singing groups and singers to come along on both evenings to sing some hymns.  There will be 7 hymns recorded on the first night and 7 on the second.

These performances will then be used across a number of episodes – a great showcase for Scotland!

Choirs and groups are welcome to join the congregation.  The venue is St Peters Episcopal Church in Lutton Place.

If you are interested, please contact Marie McDonald directly on 07926 962537

Guild Week Afternoon Tea

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In celebration of Guild Week, an Afternoon Tea will be held in the Church Centre on Thursday 20th November 2014 between 1.30 – 3.30 pm.  This is specifically for retired people and the housebound.  Admission is free and transport can be provided.  Please contact Joan McConnachie on 0131 333 3072 for transport arrangements and tickets.

Service of Remembrance – Sunday 9th November 2014

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The Remembrance Sunday service will take place this Sunday, 9th November.  The service starts at 10.30 am and will be attended by all of our uniformed organisations and by representatives of the armed forces.at 10.30 am.  Please join us to remember those involved in all conflicts, particularly those who have been injured or lost their lives in the line of duty.

The service will include the observation of a two-minute silence at 11.00 am and will be followed by a procession to the Kirkliston War Memorial where wreaths will be laid and a short service will take place.