Intimations

On this page, you will find the most recent intimations.

Sunday 22 May 2022- Easter 5

This service is being streamed live on YouTube, and will remain available to view via the St Giles’ website or the St Giles’ Cathedral YouTube channel. If you wish to avoid sitting in the range of the fixed cameras, please inform the stewards, who will be able to provide guidance. Personal videography, photography or audio recording are not permitted during the service.

The Scottish Government has now removed the mandatory requirement to wear face masks in indoor spaces. As a courtesy to others, please be mindful of those who wish to continue wearing a mask.

During the celebration of the sacrament of Holy Communion, the congregation is invited to come forward to take the bread.

Children’s Activity Packs, for use during church services, are available from the Elders’ room. Any family attending a service can ask a steward for a pack.

St Giles’ at Six today is given by the Choir of William Jewell College, Liberty, Missouri. You are encouraged to register at www.eventbrite.co.uk

We learned of the death of Sir Angus Grossart on Friday May 13th. Entrepreneur, philanthropist, man of letters; he was a central figure in the renewal of St. Giles’ Cathedral. Our prayers are with his wife, Gay, daughter Flure and the family. We give God thanks for the gift of life and the promise of eternal life.

If you wish to give thought to the beliefs of Christianity and/or become a member of the congregation of St Giles’, we would like to hear from you: 0131 225 4363 or minister@stgilescathedral.org.uk

Sunday 15 May 2022- Easter 4

This service is being streamed live on YouTube, and will remain available to view via the St Giles’ website or the St Giles’ Cathedral YouTube channel. If you wish to avoid sitting in the range of the fixed cameras, please inform the stewards, who will be able to provide guidance. Personal videography, photography or audio recording are not permitted during the service.

The Scottish Government has now removed the mandatory requirement to wear face masks in indoor spaces. For the comfort and safety of others we are however encouraging those who wish to, and are able, to continue to wear masks, at least while moving around the building.

Children’s Activity Packs, for use during church services, are available from the Elders’ room. Any family attending a service can ask a steward for a pack.

St Giles’ at Six today is given by Sangstream Scots Folk Choir. You are encouraged to register at www.eventbrite.co.uk

Today is the start of Christian Aid Week.  Envelopes are available for you to donate by cash or cheque to the ongoing work of this charity throughout the world.  Please also complete the Gift Aid declaration if you are a UK tax payer and wish Christian Aid to reclaim the tax on your donation.  Envelopes should be placed in the offering plates as you leave the church.

If you wish to give thought to the beliefs of Christianity and/or become a member of the congregation of St Giles’, we would like to hear from you: 0131 225 4363 or minister@stgilescathedral.org.uk

Sunday 8 May 2022- Easter 3

This service is being streamed live on YouTube, and will remain available to view via the St Giles’ website or the St Giles’ Cathedral YouTube channel. If you wish to avoid sitting in the range of the fixed cameras, please inform the stewards, who will be able to provide guidance. Personal videography, photography or audio recording are not permitted during the service.

The Scottish Government has now removed the mandatory requirement to wear face masks in indoor spaces. For the comfort and safety of others we are however encouraging those who wish to, and are able, to continue to wear masks, at least while moving around the building.

Children’s Activity Packs, for use during church services, are available from the Elders’ room. Any family attending a service can ask a steward for a pack.

St Giles’ at Six today is given by the JKL Duo. You are encouraged to register at www.eventbrite.co.uk

Next Sunday is the start of Christian Aid Week. There will be an opportunity for people attending services to donate by cash or cheque to the ongoing worldwide work of Christian Aid using the familiar red envelopes, which will be available next week.

If you wish to give thought to the beliefs of Christianity and/or become a member of the congregation of St Giles’, we would like to hear from you: 0131 225 4363 or minister@stgilescathedral.org.uk

Sunday 1 May 2022- Easter 2

This service is being streamed live on YouTube, and will remain available to view via the St Giles’ website or the St Giles’ Cathedral YouTube channel. If you wish to avoid sitting in the range of the fixed cameras, please inform the stewards, who will be able to provide guidance. Personal videography, photography or audio recording are not permitted during the service.

The Scottish Government has now removed the mandatory requirement to wear face masks in indoor spaces. For the comfort and safety of others we are however encouraging those who wish to, and are able, to continue to wear masks, at least while moving around the building.

Children’s Activity Packs, for use during church services, are available from the Elders’ room. Any family attending a service can ask a steward for a pack.

St Giles’ at Six today is an organ recital given by Tom Wilkinson. You are encouraged to register at www.eventbrite.co.uk

A service in memory of Dr Chris Wigglesworth, who died in April 2020, will be held in St Giles’ on Saturday 7th May at 11am.

If you wish to give thought to the beliefs of Christianity and/or become a member of the congregation of St Giles’, we would like to hear from you: 0131 225 4363 or minister@stgilescathedral.org.uk