St Marys Cathedral Edinburgh

St Marys Cathedral Edinburgh

About St Marys Cathedral Edinburgh

NA Palmerston Place, Edinburgh West EH12 5AW
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St Mary’s Cathedral is the mother church of the Diocese of Edinburgh in the Scottish Episcopal Church. We are part of the world-wide Anglican communion and thus have very close links with the Church of England, as well as our Presbyterian neighbours (the Church of Scotland).

You can see our three spires from most places in Edinburgh, especially if you are on Princes Street and look west. The spires perhaps make you to want to look up. We hope they will make you want to make the short walk from Princes Street towards Haymarket.

Every day our doors are open: open so that anyone can visit, can come in and be still, perhaps light a candle as a sign of prayer for someone in need or a special need close to your heart. Each day prayers are said, the Eucharist (Holy Communion) celebrated, God is worshipped.

Upcoming Events at St Marys Cathedral Edinburgh

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Dark Side of the Moon: The Full Dome Experience
A dome spectacular at Dynamic Earth featuring the 1973 album 'The Dark Side of the Moon' in explosive surround sound.
Fort Douglas Sky Maze Launch Weekend
Get ready for sky-high adventures at the official opening of SKY MAZE, the new 5th element to Fort Douglas adventure playground!
Les Misérables
After nearly a decade since the last sell-out UK tour, Les Misérables will play Edinburgh Festival Theatre in 2019.
Dome Nights: Planets 360
Brand New for January 2019 - An immersive re-imagining of British Composer, Gustav Holst's The Planets orchestral suite.
Burns Ceilidh
Come along and enjoy a Burns Ceilidh with Edinburgh Ceilidhs on 25th or 26th January at Lauriston Hall!

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