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Bidh An t-Ollaimh Urramachd Canon Iain Macrisnidh a’stiùireadh comharrachadh Airfreann airson Fèill Drostain Naoimh, bho Chathair-eaglais Anndra Naoimh, Inbhir Nis. Litirdi Albannach 1982. Facebook Le Iain, air an eadar-lìn, tha John Varwell, mar leughadair agus a’cur a-mach an loidhne. Tha an coitheanal airson an Sailm, Stephen, Rachel agus Anna Varwell,… read more >>

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The Archbishop of Canterbury has announced that the next Lambeth Conference will be in the summer of 2022, following the postponement of this year’s scheduled event because of the coronavirus epidemic and global restrictions on travel and mass gatherings. When postponement of this year’s gathering in Canterbury was announced in March,… read more >>

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This week’s worship was produced by the worship leaders at St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, with the Rt Rev Dr John Armes presiding as we prepare for new guidelines which begin to ease the restrictions which have seen our places of worship closed because of Coronavirus. Bishop John is joined digitally… read more >>

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Bishop Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, has issued a statement on behalf of the College of Bishops following the announcement by the Scottish Government of further measures to ease lockdown restrictions. The statement says: “Today the First Minister of Scotland has announced moving the communities of Scotland… read more >>

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Lis Burke, Diocesan Warden of Lay Readers for the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane, leads a Service of the Word on Thursday June 18 at 6.30pm. Lis is joined digitally by members of the Diocese.  The readers are Lesley Whitwood (Lay Reader at the Highland Perthshire Charges), and… read more >>

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For the Second Sunday after Pentecost (14 June) the Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, celebrates the Eucharist from St Duthac’s Chapel, Arpafeelie. Bishop Mark will be joined digitally by people from the Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness… read more >>

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The Rev Ellie Charman, Curate at the linked charge of St John the Evangelist, Wick; with St Peter & the Holy Rood, Thurso, in the Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness leads a Service of the Word for the Feast of St Barnabas on June 11 at 6.30pm. Rev Ellie… read more >>

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For Trinity Sunday (7 June) the Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Argyll & The Isles, celebrates the Eucharist from St John’s Cathedral, Oban. Bishop Kevin will be joined digitally by people from the Diocese of Argyll & The Isles.  The readers are Stephen Plant (St Columba’s, Portree, Isle of… read more >>

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This weekend on Trinity Sunday, churches across Scotland will come together to encourage Christians to join together in prayer at 7pm in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A letter calling for prayer has been co-signed by 14 Christian churches and organisations across the country, including the Scottish Episcopal Church. Many… read more >>

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Kennedy Fraser, Lay Reader at St James the Less, Bishopbriggs, in the Diocese of Glasgow & Galloway, and Hilary Fraser will lead a Service of the Word on June 4 at 6.30pm. You can download the liturgy at bit.ly/4JuneServiceWord The service can be joined at: Facebook Youtube The broadcast will… read more >>

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For Pentecost, Sunday 31 May the Rt Rev Anne Dyer, Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney, celebrates the Eucharist from her home in Aberdeen. Bishop Anne will be joined virtually by the members of the congregations on Shetland.  The Rev Martin Randall assists Bishop Anne, and the readers are Alma Lewis… read more >>

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Once more, churches across Scotland have come together to encourage Christians to join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday evening [31 May] in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, 14 Christian churches and organisations across the country, including the Scottish Episcopal Church, have co-signed the letter calling for… read more >>

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Ros & Chris Brett, Lay Readers in the Diocese of Argyll & The Isles, will lead a Service of the Word on 28 May at 6.30pm. They are joined digitally by people from across the West of Scotland.  The hymn is played and sung by John & Christine McIntosh, from… read more >>

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For the Seventh Sunday of Easter, the Rt Rev Ian Paton, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane, celebrates the Eucharist from his home in Perth. Bishop Ian will be joined virtually by the members of the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane: Lis Burke, Diocesan Warden of Lay… read more >>

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For the Feast of the Ascension, the Rt Rev Dr John Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh, celebrates the Eucharist from his home in Edinburgh. Bishop John will be joined virtually by the members of the Diocese of Edinburgh. The service will begin at 8.30am on Thursday May 21. You can download… read more >>