Our Building

The Church from Murrayfield Avenue
The Church
Outside of the church draped in Poppies
The Church Festooned in Poppies to mark the Centenary of the end of the First World War
Facing the altar from the back of church
Inside the Church

We are blessed with a beautiful building to worship and gather in. The church was built in the early years of the twentieth century and was one of Sir Robert Lorimer’s first major commissions as a young architect. It has classic Lorimer touches which have been preserved over the 100 years of use and combined tastefully with more modern stained glass windows and furnishings. It is a delightful example of a Scottish country church surrounded by well-kept gardens and yet within the city. It engenders a sense of quietness within which to contemplate the Creator and the Creation.

As well as its architectural value, it is a place where generations of people have found acceptance, love and friendship, and space and opportunity to worship and pray.