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St Giles' Cathedral
The High Kirk of Edinburgh, situated at the historic heart of the Old Town. Open Mon-Sat 9-5pm. Sun 1-5pm.
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St Giles' Cathedral 2h
Missed the recent Life of St Andrew exhibition at St Giles'? You can see a wee glimpse of it here. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
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We've just put up a new information panel about some of the writers' memorials in the church. Pop in and have a look! 📚
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❄️Bloodwise Scotland Dec 10
We are feeling very festive. Who is joining us for the at stunning tomorrow? Let's raise the roof and bring the !
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 10
Fascinating to discover the first recorded use of the word 'wow!' was by our own Gavin Douglas, provost of St Giles' in the 1500s.
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EU Chamber Choir Dec 8
Tomorrow Sunday 9 December: make sure to come along to St Giles, at 6pm to hear an hour of gorgeous choral music from Kodály, Poulenc and Carver's 19-part motet, 'O Bone Jesu'. Free admission!
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 6
Come and sing some favourite Christmas carols and enjoy the festive atmosphere in the company of St Giles’ Cathedral Choir. Saturday 8th December 2018 at 5.30pm. Admission £5 on the door. 🎄
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EU Chamber Choir Dec 5
This Sunday 9 December 6pm: hope to see you keeping warm at St Giles Cathedral, as we perform compelling works by Kodály & Poulenc, alongside Carver's magnificent 19-part motet, 'O Bone Jesu'. Free admission!
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Lynn Irwin Stewart Dec 4
Thinking about our recent trip to Scotland as I'm hanging ornaments on the tree...
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 5
Come and sing some favourite Christmas carols and enjoy the festive atmosphere in the company of St Giles’ Cathedral Choir. Saturday 8th December 2018 at 5.30pm. Admission £5 on the door.
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 5
Smile's all-round at last night's sold out concert in aid of Edinburgh, sponsored by . A great way to kick-start advent celebrations! Photo creds
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 4
Missed Friday's St Andrew's Day Lecture with Alastair McIntosh? You can now listen to the audio online:
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 4
Please note the charity concert tonight with Ronald McDonald House Charities is now sold out!
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 4
Did you know? Dauíd mac Maíl Choluim (King David I) founded St Giles’ in 1124, during which time the bond between Rome and the Scottish church was becoming closer. St Giles’ was built on the very eastern edge of Edinburgh and pre-dates most of the Old Town.
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 3
Tomorrow at 7pm: Join us for a festive evening of carols and good cheer in aid of Ronald McDonald House Charities. Tickets £10 (Children £5).
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CS Gareth Blair Dec 2
Privileged to attend a wonderful service today for The Festival of St Andrew the Apostle Patron of Scotland with and
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Michael Bawtree 🇪🇺 Dec 1
Join Edinburgh University Chamber Choir as we perform powerful works by Kodály & Poulenc alongside Carver's magnificent 19-part motet, 'O Bone Jesu' at St Giles Cathedral, . Sun 9 December, 6-7pm. Free admission!
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St Giles' Cathedral Dec 1
Thanks again to for delivering last night's fascinating and thought-provoking St Andrew's Day Lecture at St Giles'. If you missed it, we're hoping to have the audio available online next week!
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Martin Johnstone Dec 1
"If the meek are going to inherit the earth, then the meek are getting ready." ()
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Martin Johnstone Dec 1
According to the challenge is "to love what is plentiful as much as what is scarce."
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Martin Johnstone Dec 1
lecture last night in on was full of some wonderful nuggets as well as an overall delight. Loved the image of "a catch of kindness" - that's the sort of discipleship we need.
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