City Of Edinburgh Methodist Church

Description
The City of Edinburgh Methodist Church is an inclusive church in the heart of the city where we share God’s love through working with and for others, to transform our community and the world. We are involved in the community throughout the year in a number of ways, from the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to small business incubation. We host local and national organisations who meet in our premises, and we have a strong interest in working with community groups and charities.
All our rooms have access to audio visual equipment, wi-fi and are fully accessible (lift and stairs).

The Well Café is situated in the building on the ground floor and provides hot food and drink everyday from 9am – 3pm. The cafe is part of the Edinburgh Community Cafe network.

We host a creative project called The Dream Factory, which includes support for small business incubation.

Our outreach project, Hope's Garden, is an aromatherapy clinic situated in the basement. As well as treatments available to the general public, Hope’s Garden works with the church to develop links with agencies across the city, and operates a referral system to individuals accessing the services of those agencies.
More Info
The church building is open 7 days a week.
website: http://edinburghmethodist.com/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CityEdinMethodists
twitter: @Edin_Methodists

The Well Cafe is open all week, 9am to 3pm.
website: http://thewellcafe.org.uk/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thewelledinburgh

Hope's Garden
website:http://hopesgarden.co.uk/
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hopesgardenedinburgh
twitter: @HopesGarden
Contact
Gillian McKinnon
Phone
0131 662 8635
Address
25 Nicolson Square
Edinburgh
Postcode
EH8 9BX
Area
Map

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