Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme 2018

St Mark’s Unitarian Church celebrates 36 years as a Fringe Venue

1982-2018

artSpace@StMarks (Venue 125)

7 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh EH1 2DP

Tickets for all performances can be obtained via the Fringe Box Office or bought in person at our venue during the Fringe Festival. Entry is guaranteed with an advance ticket. In some cases you can pay what you want (PWYW) at the venue immediately before the performance.

CLICK HERE FOR OUR 2018 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE EVENTS PROGRAMME


Altar

Our minister, Rev Peter Fairbrother, shares his passion for altarcraft.

I have a passion for altars. This month I'd like to share with you pictures of some altars I've had the pleasure of creating. We can all create altars, and perhaps many of us already do in our own unique ways. This autumn I'll be holding a Sunday service to explore our understanding of the concept of 'altar', our relationship to creative expression, and honouring what we hold sacred.

Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018

Edinburgh Festival Fringe Programme 2018

St Mark’s Unitarian Church celebrates 36 years as a Fringe Venue

1982-2018

artSpace@StMarks (Venue 125)

7 Castle Terrace, Edinburgh EH1 2DP

Tickets for all performances can be obtained via the Fringe Box Office or bought in person at our venue during the Fringe Festival. Entry is guaranteed with an advance ticket. In some cases you can pay what you want (PWYW) at the venue immediately before the performance.

CLICK HERE FOR OUR 2018 EDINBURGH FESTIVAL FRINGE EVENTS PROGRAMME


CHALICE LIGHTING & CLOSING WORDS

Members of our congregation participate in Sunday services in various ways, including lighting our chalice and contributing thought-provoking words.

Earlier this year, the theme of JOAN COOK’S was ‘Music’. RACHAEL KING’S chalice lighting words that day reflected the importance of music in our daily lives, and there were also chalice lighting words by HILARY DAVIES and JANE AARONSON.


On 22 April,
LESLEY HARTLEY led worship. The service included readings, which were chosen and read by members of the congregation to celebrate the season of Spring. Our Convener, MARY McKENNA contributed her own closing words, which looked forward to the future.