• Christingle 5pm Christmas Eve

    Christingle 5pm Christmas Eve

    come and make a candle for the light of the world

  • Watchnight 11.30pm Christmas Eve

    Watchnight 11.30pm Christmas Eve

    come and wait for Christmas Day to strike

  • we're looking for a minister

    we're looking for a minister

    maybe it could be you?

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.

We’re open 7 days a week

Our award-winning Undercroft Café is open 10-2 Monday to Friday and the church is usually open 10-3. Weekends:  we’re open 11-2 on Saturdays and 9-3 on Sundays for 4 different services. Check out the online diary of events to see what’s happening.

Join us for worship

You’re welcome to drop in for peace and quiet – our prayer space is open throughout the day and a short time of prayer at 1pm. On Sundays choose from four different services. There’s a short spoken communion at 9am; a lively all-age service at 9.45am, traditional morning worship at 11am and a bilingual BSL (British Sign Language) service at 2pm with Albany Deaf Church.

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Upcoming Events

Sat 15

New Life! Christmas Tree Festival

December 8 - December 24
Sun 16

Sunday 9am Communion

December 16 @ 9:00 am - 9:30 am
Sun 16

Sunday 9.45am Learning Together

December 16 @ 9:45 am - 10:15 am
Sun 16

Sunday 11am Morning Worship BSL signed

December 16 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Mon 17

1pm Monday Prayers

December 17 @ 1:00 pm - 1:20 pm

December -January 2018/9 Magazine

Our December magazine is out now. Very Rev Dr John Chalmers finds the place where God is with us; Sally Evans explores New Life at the Edinburgh Christmas Tree Festival and Pat McKerrow affirms that what we need is here. …

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November 2018 magazine

Our November magazine is out now.  How can we seek peace? We reflect on an evening of music, poetry and history to mark the centenary of the WW1 Armistice. Nick Evans considers John Bell’s lecture; Mary Davidson brings news of …

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