This section provides links to church, religious and other useful sites. 
Anglican links provides links to other Episcopal Church and Anglican sites.
Local Churches gives you a list of other Episcopal churches in the area.
Prayer Links has links to sites which specialize in prayer.
Religious Links gives links to some of the other good general religious sites.

Anglican Links

The Anglican Communion – What do Anglicans Believe?
Anglicans Online – Over 25 years and 30,000 links
Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) Homepage
Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) Inspires Online – Newsletter

Our Link Parish in Northern Ireland
Templepatrick & Donegore Parish, Connor Diocese – New Here
St Patrick’s, Templepatrick and St John’s, Donegore – Services

Links to Local Churches

Edinburgh – Christ Church Morningside
Edinburgh – Old St Paul’s
Edinburgh – St Mary’s Cathedral
Edinburgh – St Mungo’s, Balerno
Edinburgh – St Paul’s and St George’s
Edinburgh – St Salvador’s
Edinburgh – St Thomas
Edinburgh – St John’s Episcopal Church Choir
Penicuik – St James The Less

SEC Diocesan Websites

Aberdeen & Orkney – Welcome
Argyll & the Isles – Welcome
Brechin – Welcome
Edinburgh Diocese Edinburgh – Greetings
Regular News from the Edinburgh Diocesan Office – The Communicant
Quarterly magazine of the Diocese of Edinburgh – The Edge
Glasgow & Galloway – Welcome
Moray, Ross & Caithness – Welcome
St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane – Welcome

Links to Other Religious Websites

Scottish Christian – Link doesn’t work
Action of Churches Together in Scotland – Welcome
Church Times (Newspaper) – News and More
Crockford’s Clerical Directory – More Info

Prayer Links

Iona Community

Many of the prayers used during the services at St Mary’s come from the Iona Community. Iona is where Christianity was first introduced into Scotland when St Columba landed there. The Iona Community is a dispersed Christian ecumenical community working for peace and social justice, rebuilding of community and the renewal of worship. More Info


Taizé is a religious community in mid-France established by Brother Roger in the 1940s. Every week hundreds of young people from around the world visit Taizé. Taizé prayer is meditative. It is often accompanied by music. The prayer normally consists of a short phrase being repeated interspersed by silence. – More info

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EH27 8EB, United Kingdom
0131 333 1683 
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