Laudate House has accommodated the German speaking congregation in Edinburgh since 1967 when it was built by the architect Reiach & Hall to designs by Alfred Schildt. It is a purpose built community style centre typical of the time with a large stained glass window by George Garson allowing a lot of light into the worship room. The grand piano is used by the congregation for worship and by musicians for rehearsals. The visitor encounters an original 1960s building in the Grange well used by the congregation and other groups including a nursery. There will be musical recitals at 3pm and 5pm.