Browse this library for audio and video recordings, and more to enjoy and learn with us online.

To listen to the Kirk’s services online please click here.

Please browse this library to enjoy the audio and video recordings the Kirk’s team are developing, with help from volunteers in the community. If you would like to find out about online services or short survey-type activities we are running, please visit our community and worship hub. You can also follow the Kirk on social media to enjoy more reflections, thoughts and news.

Join us to enjoy this series of short readings by Richard Frazer, from his book “Travels with a Stick”.

On his pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Richard discovers how a journey, wherever it is made, undertaken with an open and hospitable heart can provide spiritual renewal and transformation. He connects us with landscape and the mystery of what it is to be human, vulnerable and open to the kindness of strangers.

Access audio instalments here: “Travels with a Stick”

The team behind Greyfriars at 12 (free lunchtime concerts series when the Kirk is open to visitors) are in collaboration with past and scheduled performers to bring us concert recordings to enjoy at home.

Access audio and video recordings by clicking here.

We are also recording poetry readings associated with online events and, coming soon, some of the favourites arising through our online “vote for your favourite hymn” available soon.

Enjoy some recorded reflections and meditations from the Greyfriars ministry team, as well as links to similar items from friends who have partnered with Greyfriars recently.

Access these recordings and links here.

Watch this space for online materials in development, that will explore the history of the 17 congregations that have united into present day Greyfriars, with a walk-route that takes you to the sites of the churches that were the historical homes to those congregations.

The study service is a weekly evening gathering of individuals, who seek to study biblical texts in the systematic tradition. The group continues online while the Greyfriars Charteris Centre, where it meets, is closed due to social restrictions.

Weekly study overview notes, with preparatory and further reading, and new recordings to enhance weekly study online, are available here.