About Us

We are a registered Scottish charity providing specialist caring services from a unique historic building in south central Edinburgh.

Founded in 1980 by local people, all of our trustees are volunteers who live or work in Edinburgh.

Our building was formerly Morningside North Parish Church and continues to be extensively modified to meet local community needs.

In 1992 the Centre was renamed the Eric Liddell Centre in memory of the Olympic gold medallist who was portrayed in the 1981 Oscar award-winning film “Chariots of Fire”.  Eric Liddell lived in this area of Edinburgh whilst studying at Edinburgh University in the early 1920’s.

Find out Who We Are and What We Do.

Mission statement

The Eric Liddell Centre in Edinburgh is dedicated to inspiring, empowering, and supporting people of all ages, cultures and abilities, as an expression of compassionate social values.

Our values statement explains this in more detail.

Our constitution

The Eric Liddell Centre is a registered charity formed as a limited company. As such we have Articles of Association, which are available as a PDF document.

Report & Financial Statements

Our latest annual report and financial statements are available here.

Further Information about the Eric Liddell Centre

Please look at our general information leaflet.