Every Sunday at 10.30am we will be live streaming a Sunday services via our YouTube channel.
We’ll have a time of sung worship, with the song words appearing on the screen. There will be prophetic contributions and words of encouragement, and a message based on the Bible.
You can use the YouTube chat function to introduce yourself and get connected.
Under current guidelineswe are able to have some in-person meetings, which include a time of worship and some teaching.
Guidance requires that we all wear masks, socially distance, and refrain from congregational singing – this does not prevent God from being very present among us!
Because these have a 50 person capacity, you need to sign up beforehand.
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; there are several routes that stop along nearby Fountain Park and 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!
Our building has several staircases but we have recently completed an accessibility project with a chairlift enabling access to the auditorium from our side door.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.
The Bible teaches us to expect that God will speak to various people in the congregation for the good of everyone there, so we make space for this to happen.
Although current restrictions mean we are unable to sing when gethered together, singing is still a big part of our YouTube live stream, and something we encourage people to pursue in their individual walk with God. You can watch an interview with Dara, one of our worship leaders, on the importance of sung worship here.
After the first song, children who are in primary school or younger go to their own activities. Parents and carers 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 one are welcome to use the foyer at the back of the auditorium, which has a TV and audio link to the meeting and where their little ones can make more noise and get fed.
Kids work is still operating at the moment, although, of course, it looks different – find out more here.Find out more
There’s always news to be shared of what’s going on in the life of the church. If you miss any of the notices given, you can always ask at the Connect desk at the end of the service or sign up for our weekly news email.
During the notices we take up an offering for the work we do; feel free to give if you wish but there’s no obligation.
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Young people in school years S1 to S6 have their own activities most weeks, starting at around 11.15am. There will be an announcement during the notices and a team wearing yellow T-shirts will head to The Hub.
Find out more about how Youth work is currently operating here.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! Fresh coffee, tea, and other refreshments are served (feel free to bring your own reusable mug). There’s time and space to meet new people, ask questions, and get connected.
We do really miss the conversations we’d normally have after an in-person Sunday service! In the meantime, if you are new to King’s you can get in touch and we will help you get connected with other people at King’s.
Anyone is welcome to receive prayer from our Prayer Team (they’ll be wearing red jackets so you can spot them). Whether it’s something that God has said during our time together, or an issue in your life you want God’s help with, they’d love to pray for you.
While there are restrictions on our gatherings, the Prayer Team cannot operate on a Sunday, but if there is anything you would like prayer for, please get in touch.
If you’re a student, there’s a free lunch for you every Sunday in term time. At about 12.45 the call will go out for you to head to a nearby home for delicious food and a chance to chat.
Student lunches have had to be temporarily suspended until restrictions change, but you can find out about our mid-week student groups and how to get involved here.More for students