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
Edinburgh Tabernacle Church hall which operates as a venue during the Fringe. Seating for 120, bar and catering facilities. Churches 120
Fairmilehead Parish Church Fairmilehead Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh serving a community of over 12,000. 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
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
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
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
Juniper Green Parish Church Active Church of Scotland church serving communities of Juniper Green and Baberton Mains. Churches
King's Hall Renovated traditional church building owned by the Community Church since 1985, which is also used as a venue for festivals and events. Churches 73
Kirk O'Field Parish Church The Kirk o'Field is best known as the site of the mysterious murder in 1567 of Lord Darnley, Mary Queen of Scots second husband. Churches
Leith St Andrew’s Church Church of Scotland church in Leith. Weekly services, Sunday club and community events and concerts. Churches 284
Mansfield Traquair Centre front
Mansfield Traquair Centre Veteran Fringe-goers may remember the former catholic Mansfield church building at the foot of Broughton Street when as Cafe Grafitti it buzzed with live music acts from around the world. Or maybe... Churches 262
Mayfield Salisbury
Mayfield Salisbury Church Housed in a tall, steepled church designed by Hippolyte Blanc, and opened in 1879.  Churches 11
Muirhouse St Andrews Church Modern, community parish church to the North of the city. Churches
Murrayfield Parish Church Centre Church of Scotland Parish Church and a part of the Edinburgh Presbytery, Murrayfield Parish Church is adjoined by the Church Centre, which serves as a venue during Churches 104
Old Saint Paul's Church Oldest active Scottish Episcopal church whose activities range from church services to live classical music concerts, feeding and sheltering the homeless. Churches 267
Palmerston Place Church Modelled on Saint-Sulpice in Paris, this church dates from 1875 and offers weekly services as part of the Church of Scotland.  Churches 254
Pilrig Church Large Church of Scotland building in the French Gothic tradition. Churches
Polwarth Parish Church Traditional steepled church set alongside the Union Canal near Harrison Park. Churches
Quaker Meeting House The Quaker Meeting House, aka the Friends' Meeting House, is one of the two general gathering places for Edinburgh's Quakers, located just off the High Street overlooking Victoria Street. Churches 40
St. Stephen's Church
Saint Stephen's Stockbridge No longer used for Sunday services, the towering Stockbridge Church was bought by the Benzies Foundation from the Church of Scotland on 27th June 2014, with plans to ensure long term community use and Churches