Edinburgh Christadelphian Church
A registered Scottish charity, OSCR number SC014140

Coming by Bus or Tram
Elm Row bus stop is only a few yards (and even fewer metres) away from the church entrance, on the same pavement for buses coming from the city centre; and on the opposite side of the road for buses coming up Leith Walk. Lothian Buses numbers 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, 16, 22, 25 and 49 all stop there.
Alternatively the following buses coming from Princes Street turn off just before the bus stop, and it is a very short walk to the church: 1, 4, 5, 19, 26, 34, 44 and 45.
To come by tram, alight at the terminus at York Place, and walk the short distance down Leith Walk.
Coming by Train
Edinburgh Waverley Station is just up the road. Using the Calton Road exit from the station turn left under the bridge. When you reach Leith Street, turn right down the hill, past Starbucks and the Omni Centre. Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing at the Playhouse Theatre, and continue down the road. The church is on your left, just after the bus stop.
Coming by Car
Gayfield Place is in a controlled parking zone, but all day Sunday and all evenings from 6.30pm parking is available without charge either directly outside the church (but room for only a few cars) or in the spaces locally designated for permit holders only, or in the fewer spaces which are chargeable only during the working week. You can even park on a single yellow line.
Just don’t park on a double yellow line, in a space reserved for the City Car Club or in a marked police bay!
The top of Leith Street is open again, having been closed for almost one year to allow for the redevelopment of the St James Centre.
Coming by Bike
There are plenty of railings outside - but why not bring your bike inside, for extra security and convenience?