WELCOME TO TOGETHER

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Edinburgh City Centre Churches Together is an ecumenical grouping of three churches in the New Town: St Andrew's and St George's West (George Street), St John's Episcopal Church (corner of Princes St/Lothian Road) and St Cuthbert's (Lothian Road)

Working together on a number of projects, we aim to proclaim the Good News while engaging with those in the city centre on a daily basis.

These projects include JustFestival, Workplace Chaplaincy, Christian Aid, Homelessness and Civic Engagement through links with city centre organisations.

 

You can follow our news on social media:

          Facebook:  Edinburgh City Centre Churches Together

          Twitter: @ECCCTogether 

 

FORTHCOMING EVENTS       

 

FEBRUARY: 

Wednesday, 20th Feb, Creative Together 10.30 am, meeting in private home

Details via StAGw office: info@stagw.org.uk

 

Thursday 21st Feb, Ecumenical Friends, at St Cuthbert's 12.30 -1.45 pm

Catherine Booth will be speaking on "A Scottish Suffragette"

Please bring a packed lunch - tea/coffee provided (donation of £2 requested)

 

Saturday 23rd Feb, Eco Congregation meeting, St Columba's Church 10.30 am

David Bethune, Programme Co-ordinator for Eco Congregation Scotland  speaks

"How Green is your church?"

St Columba's Middle Hall, 9 Upper Gray Street, EH9 1SN  (Coffee from 10 am)

 

Thursday 28th Feb, Ecumenical Friends, at St Cuthbert's 12.30 - 1.45 pm

David Dutton will be speaking on "The Emergence of Dissent at Haddington"

Please bring a packed lunch - tea/coffee provided (donations of £2 requested)

 

MARCH

Wednesday 27th March, Film showing "Life is Beautiful", 7 pm  at St Andrew's and St George's West

David Todd, Arts Project Leader for Greenside Parish Church in partnership with ECCCT is showing the fim and leading discussion afterwards.  Attendance free, donations welcome. 

Church Websites:

http://www.stjohns-edinburgh.org.uk

https://www.stagw.org.uk

https://www.StCuthberts-edinburgh.uk

 

 

2 Nov 2018 - 19:00 "Seeking Peace: Reflecting on the Armistice"

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