|7B Saxe Coburg Street, Stockbridge and Canonmills EH3 5BN|
|Stockbridge Parish Church Website|
Stockbridge Parish Church is a congregation of the Church of Scotland. The Church of Scotland is the National Church in Scotland and is Presbyterian in government. This means that at local level, the congregation is looked after by a Kirk Session.
The church is a 200-year old Georgian building in the picturesque Stockbridge area of Edinburgh.
Stockbridge Parish Church has various spaces available for hire which can accommodate a variety of events and classes.
The spacious Auditorium is an ideal concert venue, with excellent acoustics, flexible stage and fully accessible facilities, including flat ramp access, induction loop, ample space for wheelchairs and accessible toilet.
The Young Room and Session Room at the rear of the building are suitable for multipurpose use, and are currently used for a mixture of weekly and occasional activity classes, ranging from yoga to discussion groups.
Stockbridge Parish Church is also listed as Fringe Venue No 317.