10 December - St Cuthbert’s Church

10am - 3pm

The oldest Christian site in Edinburgh, tradition has it that the church was founded by St Cuthbert 1,300 years ago. The original building no longer stands but in its place is a spectacular
18th century bell tower and 19th century church, designed by Scottish architect Hippolyte Blanc. Features of the church include the marble-lined Memorial Chapel; the beautiful alabaster carving of the Last Supper; the mural of Christ in Glory by Robert Hope; our Tiffany stained glass window; our impressive marble pulpit and font; and our spectacular painting of New Zealand's Lake Tekapo by renowned Scottish artist, Adrian Wiszniewski.

10am - 3pm

Visit St Cuthbert's Church's website for more information.

5 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, EH1 2EP.

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