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This weekend we have another exciting SPARK event! Come along and hear our Peter Collins Organ in all its glory played by John Kitchen. The programme includes Parry's famous and richly textured Blest Pair of Sirens, heard at the wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, along with stirring psalm settings by Vaughan Williams and Holst and the highly charged Te Deum Laudamus by Kenneth Leighton.

 

Tonight we will be hosting the Hebrides Ensemble playing a beautiful collection of music especially timed for those of us coming home from work in order to spice up a mundane Tuesday evening. See the poster below to see if this is something that takes your fancy:

 

Tickets from the Queen's Hall, please follow this link:

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The Spark page on our website is now ready to use so if you'd like to see our Brochure then please click on the link above to peruse all the events at your disposal over 2015. In it you can also find ticket information and venues as well other goings on at Greyfriars. Alternatively you can pop into the Kirk to pick up a printed copy of the Brochure.

If you would also like to join our mailing list or find out any more about Spark then email festival@greyfriarskirk.com or call the office on 0131 225 1900.

We look forward to...

Our Autumn 2014 edition of Greyfriars Kirk Magazine is availble now. Click here for the digital version.

Alternatively you can collect a paper copy from the Kirk. Please see our calendar for opening times.

If you fancy something Christmassy this weekend we have two concerts that might capture your interest and imagination.

On Friday 5th December Parkinsons UK will be here in Greyfriars for a concert to raise funds and awareness of Parkinsons disease. The programme will be a varied and festive mix of performances, carol singing and readings.

For more information see: http://www.greyfriarskirk.com/events/parkinsons-festive-concert

On Saturday 6th December at 7.30pm Epilepsy Scotland will be at...

Join us for a concert on Sunday night, the first Sunday of advent with a concert by the ERCU:

This weekend we shall be hosting a craft fair for christmas, the stalls will be open from 11am to 4pm.

There will also be a small cafe run with tea, coffee and cakes!

Our Remembrance Day concert will be at 6pm on Sunday 9th of November.

St Salvator's Chapel Choir will be singing with Tom Wilkinson conducting.

Entry is FREE and all are welcome.

To all members of the Presbytery of Edinburgh,

 

I would like encourage a wide representation of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh when we induct Calum MacLeod on the 29th of October.  St Giles’ is the “High Kirk of...

 It has been announced that the Grassmarket Community Project has won the LUCIJA CIKES PRIZE for integration of disabled people in the society through green skills.

 

This is an incredible achievement, and reflects the amazing support of you all. In fact, the judges were unanimous in their award of gold to Edinburgh, commenting particularly...

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