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 17 Sep 2017
Sermon preached by Dr Barr on 17 Sep
Sermon 10 Sep
Sermon preached by Dr Barr on the 15th Sunday after pentecost
Sermon 3 Sep
Sermon preached by Very Rev Dr Russell Barr in Cramond Kirk on the 14th Sunday after Pentecost
Sermon 27 Aug
Sermon preached in Cramond Kirk on 27 Aug by Very Rev Dr Russell Barr
Sermon 13 Aug
Sermon preached by Rev Ian Bradie
Cramond Kirk Welcomes New Members
Ten new members join the Church
The Saturday Breakfast Club
The Saturday Breakfast Club Programme 2017/18
Thank you for the Music
by Doris Duncanson
From the Sunday Club
Sunday Club Is Back
Advice and Information on Gift Aid
From the Minister
Muirfield Riding Therapy
Life & Work
The Life & Work Magazine
Randomly Chosen Religious Reads - No 10
Rev Colin Douglas' book recommendation
Church of Scotland News
The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
CrossReach Week highlights the value of social care
The Moderator will see Church of Scotland social care in action next week during visits to CrossReach services in Alloa, Dundee, Edinburgh, Kilmarnock and Perth.
Corby St Ninian's celebrates 50 years of worship
A Church of Scotland service led by a Brazilian-born minister and held jointly with a neighbouring Church of England attracted 200 people to St Ninian's, Corby last Sunday.
HRH The Princess Royal visits the Vine Trust medical ship in Peru
HRH The Princess Royal visited the village of Oran on the banks of the Amazon River in Peru to tour the Vine Trust’s new, purpose-built medical ship, the MV Forth Hope. Her Royal Highness is patron of The Vine Trust charity, created in 1985 by Very Rev Albert Bogle.
The Moderator reflects on his visit to St Andrews Presbytery
It was an absolute delight returning to the Presbytery of St Andrews for my first moderatorial visit. Going back to a place that I knew well, and with many of the people I had known during my ministry in Cupar was emotional at times, but always a pleasure. The main point of this kind of visit is to offer support to the local churches and it was so encouraging to see churches of different sizes facing up to a variety of challenges in imaginative and sometimes courageous ways.
St Georges Tron keeps the faith in Glasgow city centre
Four years ago St Georges Tron was a church without a congregation. Today with its in-house cafe, partnerships with Christian charities and innovative worship activities, the Tron is at the heart of Glasgow's city centre community.