Last Friday we were happy to plant a tree that will go towards the Greyfriars Orchard! It was a wonderful time, and we can’t wait to get back to it!
The situation concerning Covid 19 is evolving day by day. Greyfriars Kirk / Greyfriars Outreach Ltd is monitoring central Government and Health advice and will react accordingly. The Kirk is continuing to open for worship and other events (including visitor opening and concerts). If this situation changes, we will inform those affected through our website…
We are excited to announce the formation of a new Crossreach board! Nominations are now being sought from people from congregations of the Church of Scotland to serve on the new Board. Information for potential members of the new Board, along with details of the nomination process and a copy of the nomination form, can…
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Scottish Presbyterian pledges to advance their beliefs in the face of episcopacy and Roman Catholicism, and their impact across Britain and Ireland. Click the Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000g3f6
Within the Church of Scotland, we are fortunate to have missions partners throughout the world. One such partner is John McCullouch, who serves and works in the Middle East, primarily in Israeli and Palestinian regions. His latest partner letter reflects upon the marking of the National Holocaust Day (Thursday 2nd May 2019) in Jerusalem. Click…
Come along and find out more about the Camino de Santiago, featuring our own minister the Rev Dr Richard Frazer!
Fantastic plans for celebration are underway… join us at the Greyfriars 400 Stakeholders Forum!
Join our friends at St. Columbas-by-the-Castle as they host “Science in An Age of Change,” an afternoon exploring cutting-edge issues in science in our fast-changing world.
Greyfriars Kirk’s sermons are now available online for anyone to stream and listen in.
The Vision 2019 magazine is here! Pick up your copy on the congregational table at the Kirk, or click the image below to view the magazine online.
This week, our minister, the Rev Dr Richard Frazer, is attending the 2018 Novi Sad General Assembly of the Conference of European Churches and was part of a beautiful peace prayer along the Danube.
Greyfriars Kirk has been awarded a 4-star grade by VisitScotland which means that according to VisitScotland, Greyfriars Kirk is considered excellent! We are proud of this rating and motivated to do the best we can, in order to provide the best service to our community and to the tourists that visit our Kirk.
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Since the 20th December 2017, we have our wonderful new website, but this is not the only presence we have online. On social media, we would love to connect with you on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. It is a privilege to have a page on Wikipedia, Trip Advisor, as well as in independent publications such…
This Sunday, 14th January, there will be a special service to commemorate Greyfriars Bobby
The Gaelic service is taking a break over Christmas.
Jan Raitt, who heads up the team, outlines what they can offer…
It’s almost time for our annual Pet Blessing ceremony!