Gardening Partnership with Woodlands Community Garden

The seeds that we planted in the “Breathing Place” garden back in May are now producing vegetables. If you haven’t seen the garden yet, please pay a visit to the Creche and look through the window – it really is an impressive sight with the red flowers of runner beans, a sprinkling of marigolds and nasturtiums, as well as the vegetables: broad beans, runner beans, peas, carrots, courgettes, leeks, potatoes and kale. … More Gardening Partnership with Woodlands Community Garden

‘On the Road’

Kirk leaders are going ‘On the Road’ this autumn running a series of day and evening events across the country to hear from you. We want both to listen to your ideas and to share thinking about the future direction of the ministry and mission of the Church of Scotland. … More ‘On the Road’

David’s Charity Cycle

DAVID BLACKHURST – GALILEE CYCLE – In November 2016 David will travel with a group to Israel, to cycle through the Galilee region over a 5 day period. He is raising funds to help with the refurbishment of the paediatric department of the EMMS Nazareth Hospital. This is a return trip, having been out in 2009 with Gavin. He would appreciate support in prayer and, if you are able, financially. … More David’s Charity Cycle

Cafe on the Steps

Thank you to everyone who supported this event either by volunteering or coming and eating and drinking at it. We had mixed weather which perhaps discouraged some visitors from enjoying our wonderful panorama of University Avenue, from the photos you can see how bright and welcoming we made the space with the red colour being a … More Cafe on the Steps


We will show our documentaries as part of the West End Festival, some of which have links with Wellington Church. Tuesday 14th June: ‘Action for Peace – Sally Beaumont’ (22 mins), which is an interview with Sally; ‘Christianity is about relationship, hope – Rev Bruce Keeble’ (26 mins), in which Rev Keeble, the minister at … More INTANGIBLE LEGACIES

Coming up this Sunday: The Big Hymn Sing

A “Come and Sing” festival of favourite hymns old and new, directed by eminent conductor Ian McCrorie MBE. Music will be provided. Suitable for both SATB readers and non-readers alike. Alan Kitchen will accompany on the organ, along with a professional brass ensemble, and the Voice of Hope choir providing musical interludes.

Free entry. Donations to Waverley Care. (NB 6.30pm rehearsal for sopranos who wish to sing descants.) … More Coming up this Sunday: The Big Hymn Sing