29 September 2018 (10:00 - 16:00)
The All Saints congregation was first formed in 1853 when St John's Church, Princes Street, established a mission school in Earl Grey Street on the site of the present Methodist Central Hall. The present church was begun in 1866 to a design by R. Rowand Anderson (later responsible for the Scottish National Portrait Gallery and the McEwan Hall) and opened the next year. It has a stunning interior with altar pieces by William Burges (1867) and C.E. Kemple (1889), and stained glass by J. Ninian Comper (1892 and 1897).
Guided tours, information leaflets/notes, visual displays, stewards/volunteers at key points, video/audio presentations, musical recitals, refreshments, behind the scenes access, children activities: musical sessions, Lego scenes/models to play with
Year Of Young People: Numerous activities for children, including Lego models, music sessions and activities about what happens in the church.