Our building and offices are at 104 Gilmore Place, Edinburgh, EH3 9PL. This is on the junction of Viewforth and Gilmore Place.
Bus routes 10 and 27 stop just outside, and there are several other routes that stop along nearby Fountain Park or Bruntsfield Place. We have a bike rack on our property.
Parking near the building is free on Sundays, please make sure you don’t block any of our neighbours’ parking spaces! If you would benefit from reserving our one available parking space, please contact the church office in advance.
Our building has several staircases but we have a chairlift enabling access to the auditorium from our side door. Our welcome team will be happy to help you with this.
There is no requirement to wear face masks but you are still welcome to wear one if you wish. We reserve a side section of our balcony seating for those people who would like to have a little more space around them.Ask a question
We start with a time of worshipping Jesus led by a band. We love singing and celebrating who God is, what He has done and is doing. Not being able to do this during lockdown was so hard but we’re excited and freshly grateful to be able to sing together again now.
The Bible teaches us to expect that God will speak through His Holy Spirit to various people in the congregation for the good of everyone there, so we make space for this to happen.
At around 10.45am, children who are in primary school or younger go to their own activities. Parents and carers must sign their children in at the start of the session and collect them at the end. King’s Kids is arranged into three groups: Mighties (1-3 years old), Supers (4 years old to school year P2), and Heroes (P3 – P7).
Parents and carers with children aged under 1 are welcome to use a room near the auditorium, which has a TV link to the meeting, for little ones who need to make more noise or get fed. Our welcome team can direct you to where this is.Find out more
Young people in school years S1 to S6 have their own activities most weeks, starting at around 11.05am. There will be an announcement during the notices and a team wearing yellow T-shirts will head to The Hub.Find out more
Every week, someone will preach to us from the Bible. We believe that the Bible is God’s perfect and timeless truth for everyone, so we want to understand what it says and apply this to our lives.
If you miss a sermon or want to listen to it again, you can download them from here or subscribe to our podcast.Sermon archive
Our meeting finishes at midday but that’s not the end! Hot drinks and biscuits will be served and there’s plenty of time and space to meet new people, ask questions, and get connected.
Every Sunday after our morning meeting, someone from the church will host a free student lunch. This is a great way for students to build community, as well as connecting with other people in King’s.Find out more
There isn’t usually a time during the service when we invite people to give money but you can use our contactless giving station whenever you want. It’s simple to use, you can choose the amount you want to give, and UK taxpayers can apply Gift Aid to any donations they make to King’s, increasing the value of what they give by 25% at no cost to them.Give to King's