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 19 June
Sermon on the subject of baptism, preached by Tom Cuthell in Cramond Kirk
Sermon 5 June
Sermon preached by Tom Cuthell on Communion Sunday.
Sermon 29 May 2016
Service preached by Louise Mackay in Cramond Kirk on 27 May.
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.
Sunday Club News
The Sunday Club looks forward to its summer term.
Girlguiding UK - Alive & Well in Cramond
Guiding in Cramond
From the Kirkyard
by Doris Duncanson
From Tom ...
Revd Tom Cuthell, our locum iminister at Cramond Kirk for the next 15 months, introduces himself.
Confessions of a Head Boy
Rajan Shah tells of his experiences as Head Boy of Stewart's Melville College
Church of Scotland News
The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
Moderator contributes prayer following EU Referendum vote
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has released this specially written prayer in response to the EU referendum vote, which reflects on the uncertainty and conflicting emotions it has raised.
We remain united in Christ, Moderator tells European partner churches
Moderator assures partner churches in Europe the Kirk will always stand with them
Refugees blessed with love from Moray
With love from Moray - powerful account of a week volunteering at refugee camp in Greece.
Church reacts to decision to leave European Union
The Church of Scotland has spoken out consistently over the last 20 years in favour of our continued membership of the European Union – but it is the democratic decision of people living in the UK to leave and we must honour that.
Governments urged to tackle the unacceptable "scourge” of fuel poverty in remote and rural areas of Scotland
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland the Right Rev Dr Russell Barr said higher charges paid by consumers there meant that some of the most vulnerable communities are hit hardest.