St Peter's, Lutton Place, Edinburgh

St Peter's, Lutton Place, Edinburgh

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: 16 Lutton Place, Edinburgh, EH8 9PE
Local Authority: Edinburgh
Listing: A


Church Overview

Early Geometric Gothic church by William Slater, 1857-65, its 56 metre spire diapered with bands of ornament and cinquefoils. The statue of St Peter on the tower is by Dorothy M McKay. Octagonal baptistery (now the Miller Chapel). Nave arcade supported on polished granite piers. Stencilled decoration on roofs by G H Potts. Panels on chancel walls of Evangelists and the Agnus Dei by George Dobie 1890. Round Caen stone pulpit by Poole, stained glass by Clayton & Bell and Isobel Goudie. Organ by Frederick Holt 1856, rebuilt Scovell 1913, and Rushworth & Dreaper 1959, completely rebuilt Geoffrey Coffin of York 2011.


Sunday: 9 am, 10:45 am & 6:30 pm: Process usually on 2nd Sunday of month; Choral Evensong usually on last Sunday of month.

First Thursday of the month: 11:00 am

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Guide book available Access for partially abled     Disabled WC

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St Peter's, Lutton Place, Edinburgh


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