Mayfield Salisbury ChurchEdit profile
Mayfield Salisbury Church is a parish church of the Church of Scotland, located in Edinburgh, Scotland, approximately 2 miles south of the city centre. It was designed by Hippolyte Blanc and building work was completed in 1875.
Mayfield Salisbury Church is a product of the union between the (now demolished) Fountainhall Church, and Salisbury Church (which itself was the result of a merger between Mayfield Church and Salisbury Church). The former Mayfield Church building is used by the present congregation.
The minister (since 2000) is the Reverend Scott McKenna. A previous minister (of Mayfield Church) was the Very Reverend Dr. William Macdonald, a former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
The Chinese Evangelical Church in Edinburgh also meets in Mayfield Salisbury Church.
The roll as at December 31 2004 was 750 with a further 45 on the Supplementary Roll.
Since March 2006 Mayfield Salisbury Church has been organised under the Church of Scotland "Unitary" form of constitution, with a Kirk Session but without a congregational board.