We support the pursuit of individual spirituality
within a community of diverse beliefs.

 

Unitarians in Edinburgh are a community united in a spirit of mutual tolerance and respect that recognises the worth and dignity of all peoples and their freedom to believe as their conscience allows.

Please consider joining us at one of our upcoming services, or for Tuesday's Mindfulness@Lunchtime practice. 

Find out how to contact us here

 

Accessibility

St Mark's is wheelchair accessible, with an entrance ramp and wheelchair-accessible toilet on the ground floor. There is also an induction loop system.

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If you have any questions or feedback about accessibility and how we can help you feel welcome, please get in touch.


St Mark's Church in Castle Terrace has been our place of meeting for worship and celebrations for almost two hundred years.

We are one of about two hundred Unitarian congregations in Great Britain and Ireland that share the essential principles of the Unitarian Way. Unitarian and Unitarian Universalist communities exist in many parts of the world.

You would be very welcome to join us at:

  • Service any Sunday at 11.00a.m.
  • Mindfulness@Lunchtime any Tuesday at 12.15p.m.
  • or check out our Current Courses and Groups


As Unitarians:

  • we are not required to assent to any creed or statement of faith; the emphasis is on being true to oneself
  • we recognise the worth and dignity of all peoples and their freedom to believe as their conscience dictates
  • we have reverence for life in all its forms and are concerned for the integrity of our relationships with all others and the environment we all share
  • we celebrate the dignity of differences between religions as a precious asset of humanity