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Duddingston Kirk, Edinburgh


Sunday 24 September
Harvest Thanksgiving Service at 11 am


What’s On


The Garden Roomis open for

for teas and coffees, scones and cakes.

Also serving quiche and salad.


Opening hours

Wednesday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm
Saturday and Sunday 1 to 4 pm
NOTE: opening times may vary if there is an event in the Kirk


Guided Tours telling the history of Duddingston Kirk
are available
most Saturdays between 1 and 4 pm
or by appointment.


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September 2017

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Saturday 23 September

Richmond’s Hope – A Mile of Memories
Portobello Promenade

Details about this event from Richmond's Hope

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Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 September

Art Group Exhibition
Saturday 1 to 4 pm; Sunday 12.30 to 4 pm in the Church Hall

Free admission – All welcome!

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Sunday 24 September

Harvest Thanksgiving Service
11 am in the Kirk

Donations (especially tinned goods and toiletries)

can be left at the Kirk on Friday 22nd from 10 am to 4 pm

or Saturday 23rd from 10 am to 1 pm.

After the service they will be taken to Cunningham House,
a homeless hostel in Edinburgh.

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Wednesday 27 September

Stillness Service
10 to 10.30 am in the Kirk

For those who seek a time of quiet.  
Open to all who want to take time in the midst of busy lives to be with God.

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Friday 29 September

Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

10 am in the Garden Room

Come along for coffee, baking and a chatter!
Donations will go to Macmillan, a charity offering support to those facing cancer.




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October 2017

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Sunday 1 October

Morning  Worship
10  am and 11.30 am in the Kirk

Crèche and Sunday Club during the 10 am service.

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Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 October

Book Study Groups begin
Studying ‘The Shadow of the Galilean’ by Gerd Theissen over seven sessions on Monday evenings (7.30 to 9 pm) or Tuesday mornings (10 to 11.30 am).
To book a place, contact David.

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Tuesday 3 October

Flower Arranging Demonstration
7 pm in the Millar Hall

with Anne (our flower convener) and Lucy (Garden Room co-ordinator)
as part of the ‘Parable of the Talents Challenge

  Refreshments available. Arrangements will be auctioned.

 Free entry by ticket (available on Sundays or from the Garden Room)
but donations are invited for church funds.

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Wednesday 4 October

Stillness Service
10 to 10.30 am in the Kirk

For those who seek a time of quiet.  
Open to all who want to take time in the midst of busy lives to be with God.

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Thursday 5 October

‘The Scottish Enlightenment’

A talk by Professor David Purdie

7.30 pm in the Millar Hall

Free but donations welcome for Dr Neil’s Garden Trust

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Saturday 7 October

Coffee Afternoon and Sale
12 noon to 3 pm in the Church Hall

Various stalls: jewellery, craft, bric-a-brac and more
In aid of Scottish Huntington’s Family Branch
Admission £1 including tea/coffee and biscuit

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Sunday 8 October

Morning  Worship
10  am and 11.30 am in the Kirk

Crèche and Sunday Club during the 10 am service.

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Tuesday 10 October

Garden Club
7.15 pm in the Church Hall

All welcome. Refreshments served.

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Wednesday 11 October

Stillness Service
10 to 10.30 am in the Kirk

For those who seek a time of quiet.

Open to all who want to take time in the midst of busy lives to be with God.

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Saturday 14 October

Sale of Work
10 am to 1 pm in the Church Hall and Car Park

Come and buy locally-made goods as part of our
Parable of the Talents Challenge

All proceeds to church funds.

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Sunday 15 October

Morning  Worship
10  am and 11.30 am in the Kirk

Crèche and Sunday Club during the 10 am service.

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Walking Group
Meet at 11.15 am in the Church Hall

Walk in Gosford Park (Longniddry area) on good paths with level ground. Distance: 2.25 miles. Newcomers welcome.


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Monday 16 October

Christian Aid Film Night
7 pm in the Church Hall

Blue Skies
starring Fred Astaire and Joan Caulfield
and
War Time Memories

Tickets are free but donations are invited
to aid the Rohingya crisis in Bangladesh.

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Wednesday 18 October

Stillness Service
10 to 10.30 am in the Kirk

For those who seek a time of quiet.  
Open to all who want to take time in the midst of busy lives to be with God.

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Sunday 22 October

Morning  Worship
10  am and 11.30 am in the Kirk

Crèche and Sunday Club during the 10 am service.

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Tuesday 24 October

‘Christian Conference in Berlin and Witenberg – Celebrating 500 Years of the Reformation’

7 to 9 pm in the Church Hall

Slide-talk by David Fleming organised by the Third-Tuesday Group.

Free event with refreshments. All welcome.
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Wednesday 25 October

Stillness Service
10 to 10.30 am in the Kirk

For those who seek a time of quiet.  
Open to all who want to take time in the midst of busy lives to be with God.

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Saturday 28 October

Fresh Start Coffee Morning
10  am and 12 noon in the Church Hall

Our second ’Coffee Morning with a Difference’.

Leave your money at home and ‘pay’ for your refreshments by donating items for Fresh Start’s Starter Packs for the homeless.

Examples of goods to donate: cleaning materials, washing up liquid, dish cloths, tea towels, mugs, tumblers, hand soap, shower gel, kitchen utensils and food containers

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Sunday 29 October

Morning  Worship with Holy Communion
10  am and 11.30 am in the Kirk

Crèche and Sunday Club during the 10 am service.

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 Tuesday 31 October

An Evening with Millie

7 to 8 pm

A Hallowe’en themed eveing with well-known storyteller Millie Grey.

Tickets: £5

 

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Later in 2017

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Thursday 2 November

‘The Arts and Crafts Movement in Scotland’

A talk by Annette Carruthers

7.30 pm in the Millar Hall

Free but donations welcome for Dr Neil’s Garden Trust

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Saturday 4 November

World Church Craft Fair
12 noon to 4 pm in the Church Hall

Come and buy some original gifts.
All proceeds to educational projects in the Third World.
Refreshments on sale, including filled rolls.

Admission £1


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