These are some members of our extended community.
Acts: Action of Churches Together in Scotland – Scotland’s national ecumenical instrument, Action of Churches Together in Scotland (ACTS) brings together nine denominations in Scotland
Blythswood Care: combines the Christian message with practical help for those in need at home and abroad, regardless of their political or religious beliefs or ethnic origins. Blythswood coordinates the annual shoe box appeal to which we contribute.
Christian Aid Scotland – Christian Aid has a vision – to end poverty – and Christian Aid Scotland lives out this vision in the distinctive political and cultural context of our society.
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland – Churches Together in Britain and Ireland is an expression of the Churches’ commitment to be One in Christ. More together less apart.
The Iona Community – The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community working for peace and social justice, rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship.
The Oasis Trust – Oasis is about life changing work with young people, families and communities around the the world.
The Runciman Apse Trust – restoring the murals of Alexander Runciman in the east apse of our neighbour church St Patrick’s RC, Cowgate, Edinburgh
Scottish Churches Parliamentary Office – working to support the churches engagement with the UK Parliament and Government.
Society, Religion and Technology Project – The Society, Religion and Technology Project (SRT for short) was set up by the Church of Scotland in 1970 to examine some of the vital issues in the intersection between science, religion and technology.
St Lydia’s Church, Brooklyn, USA – St Lydia’s inspired us to start our own Dinner Church.
World Council of Churches – A worldwide fellowship of 349 churches seeking unity, a common witness and Christian service.