Cramond Kirk, Edinburgh

Cramond Kirk, Edinburgh

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Cramond Glebe Road , Edinburgh , EH4 6NS
Local Authority: Edinburgh
Listing: B

Church Overview

A cruciform Kirk of 1656 with 15th century tower.  Interior altered 1701, 1811.  Large reconstruction 1911 by Donald McArthy and James Mather.  Pitch-pine hammer beam rook, oak furnishings, white marble font.  Burgerhuys bell.   Jock Howison mosaic gifted by Douglas Strachan.  Three windows by Morris & Co to designs by Edward Burne-Jones in memory of William Reid, former owner of Lauriston Castle, and his brother-in-law.  Robert Walker, minister from 1776-84, was the subject of Raeburn’s famous “Skating Minister” painting.  Plan of kirkyard available.  Roman settlement remains nearby.


Sundays: 8.45 and 10.00am

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf   Disabled WC

Image Gallery

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Cramond Kirk, Edinburgh


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