Like everything this year, Christmas at King’s is, of course, going to be a bit different. But what we’re celebrating does not change, even if how we celebrate it has to: Jesus has come to be with us and give us hope. We’d love to welcome you to celebrate Christmas with us this year and experience the hope God offers all of us.
Watch it now!
A Christmas extravaganza you can enjoy without leaving your home! Our Carol Service premiered on Sunday 13th December is now available for you to watch whenever you want.
There are traditional carols for you to sing along with, musical performances for you to enjoy, readings and poetry for you to reflect on, and a short talk about the meaning of Christmas.
Sunday 20th December, 4pm, in person and online
Our Christingle service will combine carols and worship with oranges, ribbons and sweeties! As we build a Christingle we learn about God’s love for us through creation, the cross, and the gift of Jesus, the Light of the world. It’s a great way for families and people of all ages to engage with the Christmas story.
Our in person tickets are sold out but you can watch the live event and participate with those in the room on Zoom. Register for the together on Zoom event by Tuesday 15th December and we will send you a pack with everything you’ll need to build your Christingle at home.
The service will also be available on demand after the event so you can watch along with grandparents, flat-mates, friends and neighbours at any time over the Christmas holidays!Together on Zoom
From 1st December, across Edinburgh
Get out and about this Advent and win some chocolatey goodness!!
From 1st December there will be 25 stars in windows across the city for you to find; those who find all 25 by the end of December are in with a chance of a prize!
To take part, sign up via the button below and you’ll be sent the trail map and further instructions. Get ready to see the stars across the city!Follow the Star
Collecting through November
We will be blessing and serving struggling families and elderly friends across the Lothians by preparing luxury hampers for them to enjoy. Hampers will be distributed through Safe Families Scotland and our own Evergreen team.
Weekdays in December, 12-2pm
On weekday lunchtimes during December we'll be opening our building for passers by to come in and pray.
You can give money to Bethany Christian Trust, a Scottish charity working to prevent and end homelessness.Give now
We're also encouraging people to give to Open Doors, who work with children who are vulnerable and isolated because they and their families follow Jesus.Give now
Sunday 20th December, 10.30am
On the last Sunday before Christmas, you're invited to come along to our church building reflect with us on the meaning of Christmas using music, videos and words.Book your place
Friday 25th December, 10.30am
An all-age in-person service to celebrate Jesus coming to be with us. Booking is essential. Subscribers to our news email can join a Zoom call after the service ends.Book your place
Sunday 27th December, 10.30am
As well as giving to Open Doors (see above), at this online service we'll be hearing about what God is doing in the underground church across the world and praying for persecuted Christians.Watch online
We hope that by joining our Christmas events you’ll feel more aware of the real hope that Jesus offers everyone. If you’d like to find out more, we’d love to welcome you in the new year…