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Organisation Details

Address Clermiston View, Clermiston
City/County Edinburgh
Post Code EH4 7BS
Locality North West 
Telephone 0131 339 4149
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Edinburgh St Andrew’s Clermiston is the local Church of Scotland in Clermiston on the north-west of Edinburgh. The Church is situated on Clermiston View.

The worship of God, through Jesus Christ, is at the centre of the life of St Andrew’s Clermiston. Our service begins each Sunday at 10:30 am, to which all people are warmly welcome.

Edinburgh St Andrew’s Clermiston has a liberal theological outlook and base, seeking to discern the Word of God in our age and place, through the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Edinburgh St Andrew’s Clermiston is deeply committed to ecumenism and is part of Corstorphine Churches Together who regularly worship and plan together. Corstorphine Churches Together has members from the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Roman Catholic Church, the United Free Church, as well as Church of Scotland.

St Andrew’s Clermiston is the only Scottish Church designed by the acclaimed 20th Century architect Sir Basil Spence.

The Church halls are used extensively for church and community groups. In addition, the church hosts many cultural events during the year, including musical concerts, film shows, family nights, St Andrew’s Night, and an annual Brass Band Christmas Carol service and concert.

An entertaining Church magazine is produced 6 times a year, giving information about forthcoming worship and events within the church, as well as thought-provoking articles and a “Bible Thought for Today”.



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