On 6 June 2010 the Edinburgh Conference reaches its culmination. Delegates will be joined by local and international visitors to commemorate all that we have received from God through many different expressions of faith down the centuries - and to commit ourselves to witness to Christ today.
Christians all over the world are invited to watch the celebrations online, or to set up an event in their local community to express joy, thanksgiving and commitment in mission. For more information on upcoming events in Edinburgh and across the globe, click here.
Sunday Morning at Local Churches
Church communities in Edinburgh and beyond welcome Edinburgh 2010 delegates and other visitors to join them for morning worship and lunch afterwards. A list of services will be provided soon.
The Sunday morning service at 11.30 am local time at St Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh, will be a special one to mark the Centenary. The guest preacher will be Rev. Lee Chul-Shin, Senior Pastor of Young Nak Presbyterian Church, Seoul, South Korea, a key supporter of Edinburgh 2010.
Sunday Afternoon at the Assembly Hall
On Sunday afternoon delegates and local and international visitors are invited to the final celebration at the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh, the historic venue of the 1910 World Missionary Conference. For directions click here.
The service starts at 15:00 BST (14:00 GMT) and concludes by 17:30 BST (16:30 GMT). The Archbishop of York, Dr. John Sentamu, is to be the guest preacher at this event. He will lead the service together with representatives of other Christian traditions.
This event will be broadcast live on our website.