Polwarth Parish Church in the City of Edinburgh
Learning in the Light of Knowledge, Moving in the Love of God


Polwarth’s Story

Polwarth is a safe place
for all people to worship
regardless of age, race, creed, cultural
background or sexual orientation

But we do more than worship: we provide
a community location
enhancement to the environment
a means to overcome stress and loss.

We do more than worship: we care
about people in all stages and conditions of life
about poverty and homelessness
about fairness and justice.

The church is in a beautiful location alongside the Union Canal near Harrison Park and has been ‘snapped’ in all weathers and all seasons - flickr photos.

Here on our website, you can find out about

  1. worship and music at Polwarth

  2. our plans and activities, including the canal garden,

  3. the events held on our premises and our open days,

  4. our renovation work aided by a grant from
    the Heritage Lottery Fund, and

  5. our special feature, our labyrinth.

Please contact us for more information.

What’s on at Polwarth?

  1. -regular activities

  2. -ad hoc activities

  3. -hall booking form

  4. -other news: Intimations

Appealing now for


  2. -more info here

MPs newsletter

  1. -find it here

  1. -October 2015 diary here

Missionary Partners Read the Lund family’s latest newsletter here

Canal Garden

  1. -read the blog here

World Mission

  1. -more information and link to World Mission magazine here

Church and
Society Council

  1. -campaign with the Church of Scotland to ‘make a difference’

  2. -there’s support for churches including events / courses

  3. -more info here

Say it again, JackSermons/Sermons.html

We do more than worship: we grow,
learning how to live as followers of Jesus
discovering the value of faith and prayer
living a common life in community.

We do more than worship: we share
the stories of what we do
work in partnership with other agencies
making sure all are included.

Read the blog here

Speaking meaningfully about God -

God talk

Our canal story is on the Church of Scotland website - read it here