We produce a quarterly church magazine called City News for our congregation, visitors and friends. Click below to read or download it as a pdf.
Find out what’s ‘PC’ for a Methodist; hear a case study from the work of Christian Aid; get advance notice about our new Alpha Course; and learn a bit more about our work with children & young people.
We’re proud to support the work of the Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees – read an article written by David Bradwell about their work; find out about our ‘Pause & Pray’ outreach stall in Nicolson Square and find out more about what might equip us for mission; catch up with Methodist news and about our involvement in the Court’s Chaplaincy project, one year on.
Read about our involvement in all of life’s events; find out more about church-supported social enterprise, Hope’s Garden; get an update about the work of YMCA Edinburgh; and meet our new ministry team.
There are changes and ‘more bridges to cross’ for people in this edition of City News, but also a blessing on departures and arrivals; find out about Christian Aid’s work with refugees; and read how Methodist heritage can inform our mission in the community and help to make connections.
Read a moving testimony about ‘running on prayer’ – praying for others each mile of the Edinburgh marathon; find out more about our new church project, raising funds for Under the Mango Tree, a Kenyan school’s charity; and read about a trip of a lifetime across the USA.
Find out about our ‘pilgrimage of faith’, take a pictoral walk around our church and café garden, meet some of our talented and creative church members, and learn more about The Gathering – an ‘improv church’!
Meet the church’s Artist in Residence, Kate Christmas; read a report on the continuing conversation about the theology of Marriage within the church; read a personal and fascinating ‘Burmese story’; and discover what the Week of Christian Unity was like in Jerusalem 2016.
Please contact Gillian McKinnon if you would like a paper copy of the magazine. Or perhaps you have some ideas or news for inclusion? Just get in touch!