Presbyterian Cathedral Church of St. Giles
May - September: Monday-Friday 09.00-19.00, Saturday 09.00-17.00, Sunday 13.00-17.00; October-April: Monday-Saturday 09.00-17.00, Sunday 13.00-17.00
|Sunday||Eucharist 10.00, Morning Worship 11.30, Programme of Music 18.00|
Entrance: Suggested donation £3.00
Photography: Permits from the Information desk at £2.00
Volunteer Guides on duty every day
L.Aisle Restaurant beneath the Cathedral at the East End for tea, coffee, snacks & lunches, Monday-Friday 07.00-15.30, Sunday 09.00-13.30
Cathedral Shop, Monday-Friday 10.00-18.30 (16.30 in Winter), Saturday 10.30-16.30
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Office 0131 225 9442
Master of the Music
Michael Harris (since 1996)
The Choir is an Adult Choir of 30 singers drawn from a wide variety of walks of life. Recent tours have included The States and the Pyrenees.
A new organ was built in 1992 by the Austrian firm of Rieger Orgelbau retaining two pedal stops from the 1940 Willis III organ. It stands in the South Transept.
3 manuals 57 stops
Pedal 14 stops, positive 11 stops, great 14 stops, swell 18 stops
The louvred top of the central pipe tower contains a chromatic ring of 37 Whitechapel bells, which are playable from the Swell manual and from the Pedal.
The Very Revd Gilleasburg Macmillan (since 1973)
The cathedral, dedicated in 1243 was built in the Gothic style of the fifteenth century. It has much fine stained glass of the 19th century, including a Burne-Jones window at the West End. The cathedral's most notable feature is the Crown Spire on the tower.
FCM at Edinburgh
FCM Diocesan Representative
Miss Judy Luke
FCM National Gatherings