An all-age service to celebrate Christmas with a surprise visitor.
Christmas is a time we are encouraged to remember and celebrate family, but what do we mean by family, who are our family, and how does that influence what Christmas means to us personally?
A service in which all the participants are from our congregation.
Please note that the service will begin at 16.00.
As we prepare to leave 2018, we look back at the year that's been, and look forward to the one to come.
An exploration of the power of introverts 'in a world that can't stop talking.' Reflections on Susan Cain's acclaimed work on the 'quiet achievers'.
Music is important to us as a species, and it can be particularly important to people with dementia. Singing in a group can improve a person's mood, recall, self-esteem, and overall quality of life. Diana will speak to us about the singing groups she has been involved in developing and running across Edinburgh and beyond for people with dementia.
Rev Jennifer Doherty
Although mid-January can feel very wintry, we are only two weeks away from Imbolc, celebrating the first stirrings of Spring. How do we prepare for that? How do we close winter in a conscious way? Can we use the time let go of anything that doesn't serve us, before the freshness of spring?
Rev Peter Fairbrother & Katie Brown
A service of commemoration, honouring the victims, survivors and rescuers of holocausts past and present.