ABOUT THE CHURCH
The story of the Church of the Good Shepherd is essentially one of people and a building. That may seem a clear glimpse of the obvious but throughout the 120 years since its foundation the story has been dominated by these two aspects.
The congregation, mainly drawn from the Roseburn, Murrayfield and Ravelston area of Edinburgh, has always been rather modest in its aspirations but has taken extreme care to consolidate the Church’s position as a place of quiet worship in a busy capital city which has now also become the political and commercial centre of Scotland. Its members are not by inclination given to extravagantly demonstrative worship but have ensured that the Church maintains a consistent witness to the Christian gospel, a fine reputation for music, a generosity in giving towards the wider church and a beautiful building.
Sunday: Sung Eucharist 10am
Tuesday: 2.00pm (only when announced)
Wednesday: 10.00am (1929 Prayer Book)
Rev Canon Dean Fostekew – Rector
Vacant – Assistant Curate
Telephone: 0131 346 4127
Wheelchair access induction loop system and voice amplifier