Due to Covid-19, we are only running limited in-person Sunday services until further notice. You can sign up to attend one at https://destinyedinburgh.com/coming-up. We look forward to being able to gather more regularly again, and in the meantime, join us for Church Online.
Our Online Church meets every Sunday and Monday and gives you the chance to connect with a church community across the globe, as well as join our online chat room.
Please see https://destinyedinburgh.online.church.
For those who don’t have access to the internet, our weekly service is available to listen to for free on the phone by dialling 0800 470 2470 after 2:00pm on a Sunday. The service will be available until 2:00pm the following Sunday.
Normal service details...
Our Sunday services are inspiring and energetic, filled with people of all ages coming together to celebrate the world's best message. You can expect a warm welcome and feel free to bring your kids; we do church for them too!
The service lasts about an hour and a half and is full of worship, lead by one of our talented bands, and a message unlocking the relevance of the Bible to our everyday lives. Services are followed by free tea and coffee, giving you a chance to meet some new people.
Our Leith venue was built as a Turkish baths in the mid 19th century, before being converted into a cinema. We’re told it has one of the last remaining plaster cinema screens in Europe and Smith Wigglesworth and other renowned preachers have ministered here since it’s been used as a church building. The Leith venue is a historic building with a contemporary yet homely feel.
Sammy Ewan is the Location Pastor in Leith. He's married to Helen who works with the kids church in Leith. Together they have a vision to see a significant and contemporary church in the heart of the Leith community.
People of all ages and backgrounds make Destiny Church in Leith their home and they are passionate about reaching and helping others to find life in Christ.