Intimations

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

We welcome all to our services.

Sunday 25 October 2020 – Trinity 20

Today’s Cantor is Caroline Hood. Today’s anthem was recorded by members of the Cathedral Choir, with Peter Backhouse, organ, in 2004. 

An audio recording is being made of this service to allow those who are not able to attend to access our worship. It is intended that this will be available on our website http://www.stgilescathedral.org.uk from 3pm this afternoon. 

Face masks are compulsory while you are inside the church, by the authority of the Minister and Kirk Session. Please help our staff and stewards by ensuring you are wearing yours before you enter. 

Please ensure that any vehicle parked in West Parliament Square for Morning Prayer is removed by 1pm, after which the chains will be locked. St Giles’ is currently closed on Sundays after the service and no beadle will be available to assist drivers after 1pm. 

If you registered for this service by email, please note that the email address for bookings is changing: stgilescomms@gmail.com should now be used. As before, please send your request no later than 1pm on Friday prior to the Sunday you wish to attend, after which a reply will be sent confirming your place if numbers allow. 

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 calumimacleod@me.com 

Sunday 18 October 2020 – Trinity 19

Today’s Cantor is Susanne Horsburgh. Today’s anthem was recorded remotely by members of the Cathedral choir this month.

An audio recording is being made of this service to allow those who are not able to attend to access our worship. It is intended that this will be available on our website http://www.stgilescathedral.org.uk from 3pm this afternoon.

Face masks are compulsory while you are inside the church, by the authority of the Minister and Kirk Session. Please help our staff and stewards by ensuring you are wearing yours before you enter.

Please ensure that any vehicle parked in West Parliament Square for Morning Prayer is removed by 1pm, after which the chains will be locked. St Giles’ is currently closed on Sundays after the service and no beadle will be available to assist drivers after 1pm.

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 calumimacleod@me.com

Sunday 11 October 2020 – Trinity 18

We welcome all to our services.

Today’s Cantor is Mike Towers. Today’s anthem was recorded in 2010 by the Choir of St Giles’ Cathedral, Peter Backhouse, Assistant Organist, Michael Harris, Organist and Master of the Music.

An audio recording is being made of this service to allow those who are not able to attend to access our worship. It is intended that this will be available on our website http://www.stgilescathedral.org.uk from 3pm this afternoon.

Face masks are compulsory while you are inside the church, by the authority of the Minister and Kirk Session. Please help our staff and stewards by ensuring you are wearing yours before you enter.

Please ensure that any vehicle parked in West Parliament Square for Morning Prayer is removed by 1pm, after which the chains will be locked. St Giles’ is currently closed on Sundays after the service and no beadle will be available to assist drivers after 1pm.

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 calumimacleod@me.com

Sunday 4 October 2020 – Harvest

Today’s anthem was recorded in 2008 by the Choir of St Giles’ Cathedral, Peter Backhouse, Assistant Organist, Michael Harris, Organist and Master of the Music.

An audio recording is being made of this service to allow those who are not able to attend to access our worship. It is intended that this will be available on our website http://www.stgilescathedral.org.uk from 3pm this afternoon.

Face masks are compulsory while you are inside the church, by the authority of the Minister and Kirk Session. Please help our staff and stewards by ensuring you are wearing yours before you enter.

In lieu of the usual contributions of produce with which we celebrate Harvest today, we encourage you to make a donation to The Trussell Trust or a similar charity of your choice.

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 calumimacleod@me.com