The Edge Magazine

The Edge is the quarterly magazine of the Diocese of Edinburgh, provides a mix of news, features and reviews, and is available here online and distributed to churches within the diocese.

Cover of The Edge: Winter 2016The Edge – Winter 2016 Kate Reynolds writes of Episcopal school in Nazareth; the new Listening Service for Edinburgh is launched; Bishop John Armes asks, “What have the Romens ever done for us?”; and David Warnes Meets the Music Makers. 

The Edge magazine Autumn 2016 This edition introduces our new Mission Enabler,theedgeautumn2016_cover explores church murals and meets arts and a variety of arts and crafts people. 

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The Edge magazine Summer 2016
This edition explores life at St Mary’s Music School; invites everyone into ‘Play Church’; goes on the Adventure of Lifelong Learning and meets those who hold together Faith in Healthcare. 

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The Edge magazine Spring 2016
Read the forgotten story of ‘Arnold of Antarctica’in this issue of the diocesan magazine; be inspired by The House of Grace in Israel/Palestine; meet the people involved in sports in our diocese; there is a report about Advent Angels; the Rosslyn Chapel congregation of St Matthews; and the Rt Rev John Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh, writes about ‘Serving God in Small Things’. 

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Superheroes of the Glenalmond youth camp assemble in this issue of the diocesan magazine; the Borders railway links up our diocese; we meet the volunteers in our churches; there is important talk about death; a new window of peace; an art-filled sabbatical; and the Rt Rev John Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh, says “We welcome refugees”. 

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Following the synod debate about same-sex relationships, Rt Rev John Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh, reflects on the nature of marriage; we consider the call and requirement of mission in two special articles; there is a breathless report from this year’s Youth Week at Glenalmond; we find out about the vital work of an ‘accompanier’ in Israel/Palestine; and Bob Gould takes his leave in his last edition of Around the Diocese.