Worship is central to the life of the Congregation. In worship, we strive for a respect for liturgy, thought provoking preaching and a ministry of music led by our gifted Choir Director and four-part Choir. Worship is open to all individuals and you will be made welcome at any of our services.
If you are visiting Inverleith St Serf’s please note that we have a Junior Church for children aged 3 plus. We also have a newly created Creche room, adjacent to the Sanctuary for babies and toddlers (up to age of 3.)
If parents prefer to keep their children alongside them in worship, please ask for worship bags. These bags are specifically for young children who wish to remain in worship with their parents.
The Welcome Team are available to greet you and answer any questions you may have. Please introduce yourself and sign the visitors' book. If you can tarry a while, join us for refreshments in the Hall after worship. We provide a Fair Trade stall every two weeks.
If you are new to Edinburgh and do not have a church home in the city, we hope you will consider making Inverleith St Serf’s your place of worship and service.
Worship services at Inverleith St Serfs
Sunday Morning Service – 10.30am
Worship takes place every Sunday. Communion is celebrated on the last Sunday in January, Easter Day, last Sunday in June and August. Our communion is an open table and Christians of all traditions are welcome. In addition to the above there is an opportunity to share in a short communion service at 11.30am, on the last Sunday of the month in the Transept Chapel.
Midweek communion services are offered three times a year. Dates are posted on the website.
Sunday Early Bird Worship – 9.30am
This 40 minute All-Age Worship takes place in the Small Hall on the 2nd Sunday of each month. You will find, babies, toddlers, teens and adults. Worship is lively and informal. There is a range of activities set for each age group to reflect up and engage with.
Each term there is an opportunity to enjoy Messy Church. This is an activity based afternoon for parents and children together. Each Messy Church is themed and the afternoon ends with families eating together. There is no cost for Messy Church, other than a small donation to assist with expenses.