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
Pop Up Cafe
The Kirk's Thursday Pop Up Cafe goes from strength to strength
Sing & Eat Cake
What better way to spend an afternoon ...
A Year in the Life of a Creative Cat Lover
A tribute to Pauline Rae
The Kirk Office Team Meeting
The Kirk Office team enjoy their Friday morning coffee & cake
A Great Bake Sale
Cramond Primary P4's Bake Sale for Fresh Start
Race for Life
Three generations of the Arrowsmith family take part in the Race for Life
Click on the link below to listen to our latest audio files:Sermon 8 Sep
Sermon preached on 8 Sep by Dr Barr.
Sermon 1 Sep
Sermon preached by Iain Majcher in Cramond Kirk on 1 Sep
Sermon 25 Aug
Sermon preached by Dr Barr on 25 Aug 2019 in Cramond Kirk.
Sermon 18 Aug
Sermon preached by Tom Cuthell in Cramond Kirk on 18 Aug 2019
Sermon 11 Aug
Sermon preached by Dr Barr on 11 August 2019 in Cramond Kirk.
Church of Scotland News
The latest news releases from the Church of Scotland
From darkness comes the light - new community support hub for Largs
A new community drop-in centre to support people going through hard times is opening in North Ayrshire next week.
Churches open their doors to speak about domestic abuse
A group of four Edinburgh congregations opened their doors to their neighbouring churches and communities on Saturday morning to begin a local conversation on domestic abuse.
Love and marriage - minister arrives in horse drawn carriage to get wed in own church
A minister brought a town to a standstill by arriving at her own church in a horse drawn carriage to get married.
Trip to Ghana will explore interfaith relations
A group made up of 12 Muslims and Christians from across Scotland will embark on a unique trip to Ghana to explore faith relations.During the 10-day visit, which has been arranged by the Church of Scotland, they will travel widely across the country and meet with religious leaders from both faiths.
Ultramarathon pilgrim to run 340 miles for charity
A charity worker is setting out to run 340 miles from Carlisle to Edinburgh on the St Ninian's Way in a bid to help rebuild war-torn areas of Iraq.Throughout the year, Dr Mark Calder, 37, is covering a total of 1,725 miles spread across 14 ultramarathons, all of which retrace the ancient pilgrim routes of Scotland and Northern England.