In March 1974 a small group of Scottish Episcopalians met in St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee, for a celebration of the Eucharist in Gaelic. After the Service it was decided that a Gaelic Society of the Scottish Episcopal Church should be formed. The Society extends a welcome to all and any enquiries regarding joining it should be made to the Secretary, the Very Rev Emsley Nimmo on firstname.lastname@example.org
A Gaelic Mass will be held in St Andrew’s Cathedral, Aberdeen on Saturday 24 June at 3.30 pm – to celebrate St Moluag, founder of the Diocese of Aberdeen 566AD.
The Scottish Episcopal Church ‘pub’ signs are now available in Gaelic – and can be purchased from the General Synod Office