With an emphasis on friendship and support for each other (and plenty of coffee and cake!), the Guild welcomes a wide range of speakers on subjects serious and light hearted, supports charities, and keeps true to its founding purpose to honour God, ‘whose we are and whom we serve’.
We meet nearly every two weeks on Wednesday mornings throughout the year.
Unless otherwise stated, Guild meetings are held in the Main Hall of Wardie Parish Church, Netherby Road, at 10.30am (coffee from 10.15am).
Do come along to any of our meetings. There is no requirement to be a member of the Guild. ALL are welcome.
Programme for 2023–2024
Work of Edinburgh Council Cllr Sanne Dijkstra-Downie
Project–Street Pastors, Edinburgh Andy Amour
The Briggers (Men who built the Forth Bridge) Frank Hay and Len Saunders
Visit to Antarctica Ian Davey
‘Avin’ a larf – when we were young! Tom Kelly (fundraiser for projects)
Christmas Celebration Guild Committee and Barbara Brodie & Mike Towers
The Lighthouse Commission Mike Bullock
Project – Starchild Michaela Foster Marsh
Who would want to be a soldier in an 18th-century Highland garrison? Maureen Kelly
Work of St Vincent de Paul Society, Scotland Jean Lugton
Sale & Coffee Morning (fundraiser for projects)
The History of Edinburgh’s Water Allan Shaw
AGM & Beautiful Scotland Wendy Sodergren
Church in India Carol Findlay
Palm Court Tea (2.30pm)
Summer Coffee Bothy
Every second Wednesday from 22nd May to early September, 10.30am.
For Edinburgh Guilds Together meetings and details of office holders, see our PDF Guild Programme: Guild Programme 23-24
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