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Sunday Service Times

Morning: 10.30am
Evening: 6.00pm

Address

121 Montgomery St
Edinburgh EH7 5EP

About Us

Our hope is that through worship, prayer, friendship, and service, we can grow together into the community of love that God has created us to be.

We’re a community of broken people seeking to grow in faith, hope, and love. All of us have real problems. Each of us is a work in progress. Yet, our hope is that through worship, prayer, friendship, and service, we can grow together into the community of love that God has created us to be. 

Are you looking for answers in the midst of suffering or confusion? Do you hunger to belong to a community of love and service? Are you curious to find out how Jesus Christ has changed the lives of other people just like you? If so, come and meet us. We would love to show you the path that leads to forgiveness, peace, joy, and hope.

Latest Posts

Three Lies that Keep Us from Enjoying the Love of the Father

The danger of this logic is that we begin to think that God’s love is dependent upon our love. If we falter in our feelings toward God, the relationship between us and Him crumbles. Thus, when we adopt this mindset, we lose our ground of confidence before God. Instead of knowing the security of being an adopted child, we feel the anxiety of an employee facing a daily performance review.  

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How Is Jesus ‘Everlasting Father’?

There is one passage that each of us will hear a dozen times over Christmas: ‘For unto us a child is born, for unto us a Son is given…And he shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace’ (Is. 9:6). There is a puzzle in this verse that a lot of Christians never pause to figure out. What does it mean that Jesus is ‘Everlasting Father’?

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Help for People Who Struggle to Make Much of the Incarnation

The work of the incarnation is not complete until each and every adopted child of God is perfectly refashioned into the image of the Maker. Jesus did not live a perfect life simply so that he could enjoy communion with the Father. He lived a perfect life so that you and I could be restored in communion with the same Father. His work is not finished until he has resurrected the beauty of our nature from the ashes of our sin.

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