Join our Community of Faith 24/7 365 days through our YouTube Channel and Social Media

Join our Community of Faith 24/7 365 days through our YouTube Channel and Social Media

It's simple. All you need to do is click here and you will be taken to our YouTube Channel. We aim to live stream as many of our weekly services as possible and a large number of occasional offices, such as Weddings, Funerals and Baptisms. Thankfully there are no restrictions on how many people can attend a service or celebration online.

You can also keep up to date through our Facebook by clicking here, or viewing the link below.

If you would like to stage an event in our church and increase your ability to reach a wider audience by utilising our live streaming capabilities, please contact our Church Warden, Peter Trewby on 01748 824468.

Deanery Zoom Compline 9PM every night


  • 29 September 2020
  • Author: Gillian
  • Number of views: 401

We continue to offer Zoom Compline, now at 9pm every evening.   We are delighted that friends, new and old, from across the deanery will now join us in leading and in worship.

Some people join in every night, occasionally or not at all.  All are welcome.  If you would rather not join in over the internet but dial in the numbers are below.  

Please note - time for Compline is now at 9pm and the link for Compline and numbers for Compline remain the same.  

You can find the words here.


Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 878 8787 1612

Passcode: 975203

Dial by phone...

  0131 460 1196 United Kingdom

  Meeting ID: 878 8787 1612

Passcode: 975203


Wednesday 9.15am services

Blended worship

  • 16 September 2020
  • Author: Gillian
  • Number of views: 438

Dear all

I am delighted to say that we  have now restored our 9:15 midweek services. Technology-permitting, these will be streamed from the church and all are welcome to join in person or via Zoom. The Zoom link is shown below, along with a telephone number for anyone without a ‘webcam’. The link will remain the same for the foreseeable future.

To enable us to maintain distancing requirements the services will be held in the nave, not the chancel. If you attend in person please observe the precautions which will be advised to you as you enter in order to keep yourself and others safe. In line with government advice, you are required to wear a face covering (unless you are unable to do so). This is primarily to protect others, not the wearer, but is not to be considered a replacement for maintaining physical distancing and care over hand hygiene.

This service will now be "communion in one kind" where if we wish we may receive the bread.  Precautions and care and procedures are in place to do this as safely as possible and within the current guidelines.

The words of the service are attached.

I look forward to seeing you one Wednesday!


Martin     or telephone 0131 460 1196

Meeting ID: 818 9876 3021

Passcode: 836664

Martin and Anna's wedding

Saturday 22nd August at 4pm

  • 21 August 2020
  • Author: Gillian
  • Number of views: 663
Martin and Anna's wedding

Martin and Anna kindly said that we may stream their wedding live on YouTube.

If you would like to watch it you can see it here..

Our love and congratulations and prayers are with them as they begin their married life together. 

The Rhythm of Life

  • 10 August 2020
  • Author: Gillian
  • Number of views: 108

The Rhythm of Life is a new initiative to help each of us to grow as disciples (i.e. not only followers but people who want to learn). It has been designed to help us develop rhythms of life which fit our changing and challenging circumstances. Inspired by monastic rules of life, it encourages us to reflect on different aspects of ‘loving, living and learning’ and to make practical fixed-term commitments, aided by recommended resources.

Further details are set out in: . This is a new ‘Rhythm of Life’ page on the Diocesan Digital Learning Platform which Martin mentioned in his Message in March – when he wrote:

‘To enable us all to keep growing, our Diocese provides a Digital Learning Platform: please take the opportunity to visit . It features a wide range of topics and learning styles, with the Prayer and Spirituality and Lay Training sections specifically designed to help us grow in faith and in knowledge.’

In the coming weeks you will be hearing more about the Rhythm of Life, in sermons and elsewhere. As someone who reads daily a chapter from the “life-giving” Rule of St Benedict Martin wholeheartedly commends this new initiative.