City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh Churches


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Photo Edinburgh Venuesort icon Venue Description Venue type Edinburgh Fringe Venue
Inverleith's St Serf's Church and Hall Offering weekly services in the church proper, St Serf's also provides two halls for community events, licensed for theatre productions throughout the year. Churches 83
Greyfriars Kirk
Greyfriars Kirk Greyfriars Kirk, also known as Greyfriars Tolbooth and Highland Kirk, was the first church built in Edinburgh after the Reformation and opened in 1620. Churches 131
Gorgie Parish Church Part of the Church of Scotland, Gorgie Parish Church conducts weekly services and also operates as a venue during the Fringe. Churches
Fairmilehead Parish Church Halls Fairmilehead Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh serving a community of over 12,000. Churches
Fairmilehead Parish Church Fairmilehead Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh serving a community of over 12,000. Churches
Edinburgh Tabernacle Church hall which operates as a venue during the Fringe. Seating for 120, bar and catering facilities. Churches 120
Edinburgh Elim Church Edinburgh's Elim Pentecostal church is a functioning church at Holy Corner in Morningside throughout the year. It also serves as a venue for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August. Churches
Duddingston Kirk Duddingston Kirk lies on the south-east slopes of Arthur's Seat.  Part of the Church of Scotland, it is one of the oldest churches still in use in Scotland. Churches 121
Destiny Centre Gorgie A 600-seat capacity auditorium offering both a full-size cinema screen and stage area, with onlooking cafe for beverages and snacks. Churches
Dalmeny Kirk Dalmeny Kirk is an outstanding example of a Norman church still in regular use today. Churches
Craiglockhart Parish Church Church of Scotland Church to the South West of the City Centre. On the bus route for Colinton Road and Slateford Road (number 4 stops outside) and train (Slateford Station). Churches
City of Edinburgh Methodist Church Formerly known as 'Nicolson Square Methodist Church', four congregations joined together to create the current church in 19th century building on a corner of this small green square. Churches
Church of the Sacred Heart 1860 Roman Catholic church, located between the Grassmarket and Tollcross, on the edge of Edinburgh's historic Old Tow Churches
Christ Church Scottish Episcopal Church located at Holy Corner in Morningside. Churches
Charlotte Chapel Centrally located Baptist church. Churches 245
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Central Hall Central is primarily a Church and a sometime concert, exhibition, or entertainment venue with hundred-year-old stained glass in the art nouveau style and a great acoustic. Churches 295
Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart A Society of Jesus (Jesuit) community has been established at the Church of the Sacred Heart since the parish was formed in 1859. Churches
Canongate Kirk
Canongate Kirk Built in 1688, this beautifully light and spacious Kirk serves both Holyrood Palace and Edinburgh Castle. Experience its wonderful 'cathedral' acoustic at a concert or a regular service. Churches 60
Buccleuch Free Church A 19th century gothic style church building – still in use today, every Sunday for morning (11:00) and evening (17:30) worship services. Churches
Bruntsfield Church Evangelical christian church - one of several Victorian steepled churches in the area - that serves the local community in Edinburgh's Bruntsfield area. Venue hire Churches 37