king street halls

Welcome to the website of Kirkwall East Church.

We are a Church of Scotland Eco Congregation. You are welcome at the King Street Halls whether you have come to worship in the Upper Room or to use it or one of the other areas for another purpose.

    All year round -Sunday 11.15 am.
    1st Sunday of March, June, September and December
    at 11.15 am. (see Calendar details)

After morning worship tea, coffee juice and biscuits are served downstairs in The Hub.


Churches speak out on migrant crisis


Church of Scotland, issued a joint statement on the situation facing migrants in Calais, along with office holders from the Baptist Union of Great Britain, the Methodist Church and the United Reformed Church. You can read it online: 


On Sunday at 5.00pm, BBC One’s Songs of Praise will feature Sally Magnusson at the makeshift church in the migrant camp in Calais. The light of faith in the darkest of situations is a lesson for us all. Please remember in your prayers those on the move, in Calais, or across Europe, the Mediterranean and further afield. Remember too those who offer aid and support, and also our leaders who must take difficult decisions.

It's one of the most challenging, yet rewarding jobs in Scotland. It requires leadership, resilience, compassion and energy….and that's just for  starters.  The role of parish minister is at the very heart of Scotland's  communities and central to the Kirk's 1,400 congregations. The Church of Scotland is actively looking for the next generation of parish ministers. We seek men and women of all ages who feel called to serve the church and are considering entering our comprehensive ordained ministry programme



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Kirkwall East Church, Church of Scotland
Registered Scottish Charity No:SC018002.


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