The Choir's final concert - St. Paul's Cathedral, London

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Edinburgh, Day 2

We began our day with a delicious Scottish breakfast at the hotel, then attended the 10.00 am Communion Worship Service at St. Giles' Cathedral. The liturgy was an inspiring, beautiful, and uplifting service for us! The music of the magnificent organ and cathedral choir, along with beautiful prayers, preaching, and a powerful communion service was a perfect start to our day.

We drove out of Edinburgh and visited Scone Palace, the home of the Earl of Mansfield. This exquisite country estate is filled with history and priceless artifacts and furnishings. After that we visited St. Andrews, nestled on the North Sea coastline. We walked through the ruins of the ancient cathedral then made a stop at the world famous St. Andrew's golf course. Our duffers were thrilled to be there!

Tomorrow we perform our first concert at St. Giles' Cathedral at 12:15. We are excited for this first performance in the "Mother Church" of Presbyterianism!

Scroll down to see some photos from today!

Peace from Scotland,


  1. What a wonderful day it must have been. St. Giles is gorgeous--you'd have to sing well just because of its inspiration.

  2. Thanks for posting pictures! I hope you all had a wonderful concert!