St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh

St Mary’s Cathedral is the Mother Church of the Diocese of Edinburgh, the largest Cathedral in Scotland, and the only one to maintain the tradition of daily Choral worship. With its three spires dominating Edinburgh’s western skyline, St Mary’s is a renowned masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the Cathedral was consecrated in 1879, and has been open daily for public and private prayer ever since.

It maintains a large and thriving congregation, and is also host to many concerts and cultural events throughout the year.

You can find out more about St Mary’s history on the cathedral’s website.

Sunday: Holy Communion 8.00am, Sung Eucharist 10.30am, Choral Evensong 3.30pm.
Monday to Friday: Morning Prayer and Holy Communion 7.30am, Holy Communion 1.05pm, Choral Evensong 5.30pm. Holy Communion Thursday 11.30am.
Saturday: Morning Prayer and Holy Communion  7.30am.

St Marys Cathedral MapAddress: Palmerston Place, Edinburgh, EH12 5AW
Telephone: 0131 225 6293
Fax: 0131 225 3181

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