Parish Minister

Rev David Cameron was called to Dalmeny and Queensferry Churches on 26th March 2009. After living all his life on the south side of Glasgow, David had spent the last sixteen years as minister of Maxwell Mearns Castle Church. The move east was a big step for him and his wife, Lesley, but was something they strongly felt God's hand upon.

David and Lesley have been married for over 30 years and have 3 children, now all grown up and left home.

Lesley works as a Senior Administrator with the Mission & Discipleship Council of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh.

As well as enjoying the odd games of golf and football, David loves living in Queensferry and Dalmeny.


Associate Minister

Appointed Honorary Associate Minister in September 2016, Rev Graham Leitch “retired” in 2012, following parish ministries in Angus (5 years), in Barclay Church Edinburgh (23 years) and in three parishes - now Tyne Valley Parish Church, south of Dalkeith (9 years).

For 13 years he was Chaplain to the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, taking a special interest in the development of the services for Bereaved Parents in his role as Chair of the Bereavement Committee.

In retirement, settled in Dunfermline with his wife Mary, he pursues his passion as a trout fisherman (and even sells his own flies as “Scotflytyer” on e-bay!). But now, already a member of South Queensferry, he has been appointed as a regular part of the Preaching Team, to support the mInister in his work, and to offer special pastoral care.

“I appreciate the opportunity to serve in this way”, says Graham, “and look forward to playing a useful and fruitful part in the service of the congregations and the Gospel in Dalmeny and at South Queensferry.”