Details on service of unity at St Giles announced
Published on 19 September, 2014
The Church of Scotland's post referendum service of unity and common purpose at St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh on Sunday, 21 September at 11.30am is open to the public.
1000 people are expected to attend, including leaders from the Better Together and Yes Campaigns who will contribute readings during the service.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev John Chalmers, will preach on the need to promote healing where there has been hurt and unity where there has been division.
Members of the public can arrive at the cathedral in the High Street of the capital from 11am. Car parking restrictions in West Parliament Square may apply.
The service will be broadcast around the world.