Cramond Kirk is a welcoming church
Welcome. There's been a Kirk at Cramond for 700 years, providing stability and constancy which few Scottish congregations today can claim. We're a unique church, at the core of the community.
And we like to think no-one can quite match the warmth of our welcome to local people, new arrivals and existing church members. Read More
Click on the link below to listen to our latest audio files:Sermon 22 May 2016
Sermon preached by Colin Douglas on Trinity Sunday in Cramond Kirk
Sermon 15 May 2016
Sermon preached by Tom Cuthell on Sunday 15th May.
Spirit of the living God
Anthem sung by Cramond Kirk choir on Sunday 15 May under the direction of Alistair Hair
Sermon 8 May 2016
Sermon preached by Tom Cuthell on the theme of Ascension
Anthem Steal Away
Anthem performed in Cramond Kirk under the direction of Alistair Hair
Sunday Club News
The Sunday Club looks forward to its summer term.
Turi Children's Project - Kenya
An Update on the Turi Children's Project
From the Kirkyard
by Doris Duncanson
From Tom ...
Revd Tom Cuthell, our locum iminister at Cramond Kirk for the next 15 months, introduces himself.
Christian Aid Week 2016
Christian Aid Week 2016 takes place from 15-21 May and here's what's going on.
Church of Scotland News
The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
General Assembly – Highlights of the week
The highlights of the General Assembly 2016 are now available through a range of online resources.
Historic ecumenical agreement with Church of England approved
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has unanimously backed a landmark agreement to enter into an historic ecumenical partnership with the Church of England.
Church celebrates 50 years since first women ordained as elders
The Church of Scotland celebrated 50 years of women's ordination Tuesday with a gathering that included the first woman Moderator and some of the longest-serving women elders from congregations across Scotland.
General Assembly takes stand on fossil fuel investments
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has voted not to invest in companies whose major business depends on the extraction and saleof the most unclean energy sources.