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St Peter's Episcopal Church

Door open days

28 September 2019 (10:00 - 14:00)

Edinburgh

St Peter's Episcopal Church

The most complete Gothic church in Edinburgh - The Builder, 1865.

Grade A listed gothic church with 1930’s hall attached.  The church was redecorated and re-lit in the early 2000s with a rich red scheme.  The newly rebuilt Link building by Benjamin Tindall Architects will be open to the public for the first time, joining the church and church hall in a more accessible way, with a new entrance lobby and lift.

GLOBAL CONNECTIONS

Visitors can learn about the Serbian boys who worshipped at St Peter’s during WW1.  Billeted at George Heriots’ school the boys later introduced rugby to Serbia.

ACTIVITIES

- For the first time, see the new Link community building, designed by Benjamin Tindall Architects
- Enjoy coffee & cake or soup & roll in our pop up cafe in the hall
- Listen to live music
- Learn about global and local people who have been part of St Peter's over the past 159 years
Stpetersedinburgh.org
The Link building is the second of three phases in a £1.2 million project to renew our church community halls. It was made possible thanks to the generosity of Viridor Landfill Tax Credits, The Robertson Trust, Allchurches Trust, The Baird Trust, Swinton Paterson Trust and the congregation of St Peter's Lutton Place.
Facilities

Key Information

Architect: William Slater

Building Date: 1860

- For the first time, see the new Link community building, designed by Benjamin Tindall Architects
- Enjoy coffee & cake or soup & roll in our pop up cafe in the hall
- Listen to live music
- Learn about global and local people who have been part of St Peter's over the past 159 years

Stpetersedinburgh.org

Address
  • Lutton Place
  • EH8 9PE