Recent Photographs

St Vincent’s newly installed Makin Westmoreland Sapphire organ, donated by the Estate of the late George Hay FRCO, sometime organist at St Vincent’s.
A selection of St Vincent’s fine collection of vestments were on display during this year’s Sacred Arts Festival.
Edinburgh Quartet playing Haydn’s Seven Last Words form the Cross with Barnaby Miln, one of a team of seven readers, giving the first reading from the pulpit. Sacred Arts Festival on Sunday evening 15 August 2021
Professor Gordon Graham and Zoë van Zwanenberg at the conclusion of her talk on Embroidery in The undercroft as part of the Sacred Arts Festival.
Dr Patricia Allerston of the National Galleries of Scotland describes the east window at St Vincent’s during a talk at the Festival of Sacred Arts at the Fringe on 20th August 2021.
Dr Freya Spoor of the National Galleries of Scotland also describes the east window at St Vincent’s during a talk at the Festival of Sacred Arts at the Fringe on 20th August 2021.
The Undercroft below the church is seen here prepared for a talk during the Sacred Arts Festival. At the far side is a photographic exhibition of items from within the church.
On the steps of St Stephen’s following the Institution of the Reverend John Penman
The Reverend John Penman with Rachel Crick, his wife.
The sermon was delivered by the Very Reverend Frances Burberry, Dean of he Diocese of Edinburgh
James Holloway talking to John Kitchen, organist, and Canon Dean Fostekew. Bridget Campbell and Fr William Mounsey behind.
The Reverend Dr Michael Hull and The Reverend Professor Gordon Graham
Dr John Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh, with Les Shankland, St Vincent’s Director of Music
Processing out, with Niccolò Aliano followed by Christopher Hartley and the Bishop of Edinburgh
The Right Reverend Brian Smith, sometime Bishop of Edinburgh (who married John and Rachel Penman nine years ago – to the day) with his wife Lissa and Mrs Jill McClenning.
James Holloway reading the lesson at the Institution of the Reverend John Penman
Andy Milner, locum treasurer, with Canon Dean Fostekew and Bridget Campbell
The Reverend John Penman, Priest in Charge
Canon Allan Maclean blessing the crowds
St Vincent's Chapel, Edinburgh, the village church at the heart of the city.