Weddings

10th September 2011: Susie Waddington & Ashley Wagstaffe wed at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Corstorphine and the Caledonian hotel, in Edinburgh. Pic by Cate Gillon of Weddings by Cate.
Getting married at the Church of the Good Shepherd
Do you dream of getting married in a beautiful country church but would like the convenience of all the city of Edinburgh has to offer as well?
The Church of the Good Shepherd, Edinburgh could be just the wedding venue you have been looking for. From the outside it looks like a pretty country church, perched on a little green hill, even though it is located in the leafy suburb of Murrayfield. Inside its beauty lies in its simplicity.

10th September 2011: Susie Waddington & Ashley Wagstaffe wed at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Corstorphine and the Caledonian hotel, in Edinburgh. Pic by Cate Gillon of Weddings by Cate.
The Church is well served by excellent public transport links with Waverley and Haymarket stations a short bus ride or taxi drive away. Edinburgh airport is only 20 minutes away by car and there is a frequent bus service from the airport which passes minutes from the church. Parking in the streets around the church is unlimited and free. There are hotels and guest houses to suit all budgets in the Murrayfield area too.
10th September 2011: Susie Waddington & Ashley Wagstaffe wed at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Corstorphine and the Caledonian hotel, in Edinburgh. Pic by Cate Gillon of Weddings by Cate.


The Church can hold up to 150 people.
 
The adjacent Hall can hold up to 200 and has facilities to provide hot and cold food. Whether you are catering for yourself or using outside caterers, the facilities we provide are excellent. Both buildings are warm and well lit. The Hall has a sprung floor which is ideal for dancing. There are attractive gardens surrounding the church and hall, perfect as a backdrop for your wedding photographs.
10th September 2011: Susie Waddington & Ashley Wagstaffe wed at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Corstorphine and the Caledonian hotel, in Edinburgh. Pic by Cate Gillon of Weddings by Cate.

Our clergy the Rev’ds Dean Fostekew (Rector) and Brenda Johnson (curate) have great experience in conducting marriage services according to the rites of the Scottish Episcopal Church (part of the worldwide Anglican community).
Our liturgies are beautiful and you will be expected to take a full part in the writing of your service, guided by the clergy; to see outline services go to:
www.scotland.anglican.org and look at the liturgy section.

We look forward to welcoming you and your guests to Murrayfield for your special day.
If you would like more information please contact The Rev’d Dean Fostekew by filling out a Wedding Enquiry Form or call 0131-346-4127.

Thanks to Cate Gillon (Weddings by Cate) for letting us use her beautiful photographs. 
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