North Leith Parish Church is part of the Church of Scotland and serves a Parish covering the western half of the Leith Docks, and along the foreshore to Newhaven with the housing up to a mile inland.
The church building, which was opened in 1816, is situated in Madeira Street, off the east end of Ferry Road. There is a more modern, large church hall to the side of the church. This is available to the local community to let when not in use by church groups.
In our Parish, we seek to bring the good news and care of Christ to all. We strive to do this not only through worship, prayer, and study but in working with a number of partner organisations. Together we are involved in projects including the provision of FoodBank.
We extend a warm welcome to everyone, and especially any visitors, who join us at our services.Our services are open to all, the believer, the curious, and the sceptic alike.
We are a member of Leith Churches Together, the local ecumenical forum.
We are working closely with Newhaven and South Leith Church of Scotland churches towards becoming one new parish. For more details please see our dedicated webpage Towards Our New Parish
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Scottish Charity Number SC004932