Sundays at Redeemer

Sunday morning is where we gather together as a church family to listen to God's word, the Bible, which we believe has everything to say to us about who Jesus is and how he impacts our lives today.

Absolutely everyone and anyone is welcome. We would love to see you!

What happens on a Sunday?

Our service starts at 10:30 am on a Sunday morning but most people arrive 5 to 10 minutes early to get settled and chat - this is a great time to catch up with people we know well and getting to know those we don't. In the more formal part of the service, we hear the bible preached, sing and pray together.
Most will stand to sing and sit to pray and listen to the sermon, but some will sit throughout. There isn't a dress code, but most choose to dress smart-casual.
The service will usually finish between 11:45 and 12:00 and is followed by tea and coffee.

What do Redeemer Kids do during the service?

We have loads of kids at Redeemer and there are great programmes for different age groups up to P7 at Sunday School. They will play games, sing songs and most importantly, will learn about who Jesus is and why he's the best friend a kid can have! All kids workers are PVG certified for children's work.


What happens after the service?

After the service we have coffee and tea together again. If you're new, this is a great chance for us to get to know one another!


If you are coming to an event at Redeemer church we encourage you to walk, cycle or use public transport. The church is very near the Water of Leith walkway (National Cycle Route 75), and is accessible by stairs or a track up from Spylaw park. The Lothian buses 400 and 45 buses stop just outside the church and the 10 and 16 buses stop in Colinton Road, a short distance away. There is room to park bikes within the triangular fenced off area just outside the church. There is very limited on-street parking near the church on Bridge Road. Please avoid Spylaw Street behind the church as it is usually very congested with parked cars. If you are driving you may find it easier to park on Gillespie Road across the bridge from the church. If coming by car please consider sharing with someone else.