• enjoy creative stuff

    enjoy creative stuff

    for all ages

  • everyone is welcome

    everyone is welcome

    to explore life and faith

Welcome to St Andrew’s and St George’s West

Hello!

We’re a community of 300-odd people exploring faith, hope and love in Edinburgh in the 21st century. In seeking to follow the way of Jesus we commit ourselves to loving service of God and neighbour.

Edinburgh’s City Centre Parish Church  

If you live, work or are passing through the centre of Edinburgh, consider us your local community space, a friendly host venue for yoga, concerts, lectures and things that nurture mind, body and spirit. Check out the online diary of events to see what’s happening.

We’re open 7 days a week

Our award -winning Undercroft Café is open 10-2 Monday to Friday, and the church is open until 3pm. On Saturdays the Sanctuary is open 11-2  and on Sundays you are welcome to join any of our services at 9am, 9.45am or 11am.

New Year, New You? 

Come and change the world for good! You could volunteer in our community café, join our bellringers to work out your mind and muscles, drop into a friendly Amnesty group to campaign for human rights worldwide. And if you’d like to explore Christian faith and church membership, come along to Enquiring about Christianity, a short course run by  minister Ian Gilmour.

Upcoming Events

Wed 17

1pm Wednesday Prayers

January 17 @ 1:00 pm - 1:20 pm
Wed 17

Enquiring about Christianity

January 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Thu 18

1pm Thursday Prayers

January 18 @ 1:00 pm - 1:20 pm
Fri 19

1pm Friday Prayers

January 19 @ 1:00 pm - 1:20 pm
Sat 20

The Georgian Concert Society

January 20 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

December 2017 Magazine

Our December magazine is out now. Ian Gilmour appeals for a simple gift for all the children of the world; Jimmy Campbell follows in Jesus’ footsteps in the Holy Land and Maggie Morley rediscovers her grandfather’s life as an army …

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November 2017 Magazine

Our November magazine is online now! Ian Gilmour shares an imaginative way of reading the Bible; Andrew Carvel reflects on setting Luther’s words to music after 500 years, and Alison Campbell reflects on money from a moral angle. Plus: meet Elina …

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