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This year’s SEI Lecture takes place next week (17 October) and will be given by the Rev Professor Paul Foster, Professor in New Testament Language, Literature and Theology in the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh. The Lecture will be held in the New King’s building, King’s College, Aberdeen, and… read more >>

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The Church in Society Committee of the Scottish Episcopal Church has produced a document with details of all the projects to which the Committee provides financial support. In the introduction to the document, the Committee says “our Church interacts with society in so many ways. With our size and limited… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church responded to the UK Supreme Court ruling that the prorogation of Parliament was unlawful. Bishop Mark said “as Parliament returns to work tomorrow following the ruling of the UK Supreme Court, please… read more >>

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The Rev Prof Paul Foster, Professor in New Testament Language, Literature & Theology in the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh will deliver the 2019 SEI Lecture entitled ‘Their Pattern and Their King: The Gospel of Matthew as a Model for Christian Formation’. The lecture will take place… read more >>

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Rector Diocese of Edinburgh Scottish Episcopal Church St Peter’s, Lutton Place, Edinburgh www.stpetersedinburgh.org A full time position Remuneration: Scottish Episcopal Church Clergy Standard Stipend St Peter’s is situated in Newington, an attractive diverse neighbourhood in Edinburgh’s Southside. We enjoy a rich variety of liturgical traditions and music, but are keen… read more >>

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Christ Church, Kincardine O’Neil seek a Priest or Pastor with House-for-Duty Plus. Christ Church is a growing church in beautiful Royal Deeside with about 70 members, organist, choir, junior choir established in January 2019, active schools program, lay ministry team and realistic plans to build a church hall. We offer:… read more >>

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The new academic year at the Scottish Episcopal Institute (SEI) begins today (30 August) with a week’s residential in St Mary’s Monastery, Perth. The ‘Orientation Week’, as it is called, seeks to do many things: by means of an integrated programme of worship, study, topical seminars and leisure time, it… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church responded to today’s announcement about the prospective prorogation of Parliament in early September as follows: “As the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, I am very aware that Scotland emphatically voted to… read more >>

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The annual meeting of the General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) took place on 6-8 June in St Paul’s & St George’s Church, York Place. Edinburgh. A range issues, concerns and opportunities facing the Church were discussed and debated. The minutes of the meeting will be made available… read more >>

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From Ascension Day to Pentecost (May 30-June 9) congregations and individuals from the Scottish Episcopal Church are joining Christians around the world to pray Thy Kingdom Come. Every day during this period a prayer will be published, written by members of the Scottish Episcopal Church. You can find the prayers… read more >>

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In response to an enquiry from The Times newspaper, the following response was given: As part of an ongoing review and assessment of personnel and administrative oversight within the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Church’s Personnel Committee carried out a Clergy Wellbeing Survey in February/March this year. The survey was designed… read more >>

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The proceedings of General Synod will be available via a video livestream which will be activated on the morning of Thursday 6 June at 10.30am when Synod gets underway with the opening Eucharist, during which the Primus (the Most Rev Mark Strange) will deliver his Charge to Synod.

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church calls for prayers for Sri Lanka. “Following the horrific attacks in Sri Lanka and the immediate responses that many of us made both on Social Media and during our Easter sermons and… read more >>

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Each Sunday in Lent, and every day throughout Holy Week there will be a new video from one of the Dioceses of the Scottish Episcopal Church with reflections and prayers on the imagery and art of Lent. Ash Wednesday The Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Argyll & The Isles… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church says “As we witnessed the harrowing scenes of destruction during the height of the fire at Notre Dame and as we saw the shock and pain evident on the faces of Parisians… read more >>

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Today’s meeting of the Electoral Synod of the Diocese of Glasgow & Galloway was unable to achieve a majority vote for a new Bishop to succeed the Rt Rev Dr Gregor Duncan who retired in October 2018. The Electoral Synod comprises clergy within the Diocese and Lay Representatives from each congregation across… read more >>

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Following a process of advertisement and interview, the Very Rev Ian Barcroft has been appointed as the new full-time Provincial Director of Ordinands with effect from 1 June 2019. The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray Ross and Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church said “On behalf… read more >>

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As part of the Regional Primates’ Meetings, the Most Revd and Right Honourable Justin Welby (Archbishop of Canterbury), the Most Revd John Davies (Archbishop of Wales), and the Most Revd Mark Strange (Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church) were welcomed to Armagh, the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland, by the Most… read more >>

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The College of Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church have been praying for and supporting all those involved in the debate on Brexit as well as those who believe they will be adversely affected by the outcomes of the debate and decisions made. The College says: “As the debate has… read more >>

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The Rt Rev Ian Paton was today consecrated the new Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane in a special service held in St Ninian’s Cathedral, Perth. The service of Consecration was led by the Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish… read more >>

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The College of Bishops is designating 2021 as a Provincial Year of Pilgrimage. The Rt Rev Anne Dyer, Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney, will act as lead bishop in this provincial initiative and says “In this designated year of pilgrimage we will be encouraging as many people as possible to… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church attended an Immigration Tribunal in Glasgow on Friday 14 September where he spoke on behalf of two members of the Cathedral Congregation in Inverness, Ellen and Russell Felber. The Felbers, who came… read more >>

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The Very Rev Andrew Swift, Bishop Elect of the Diocese of Brechin, prepares for his consecration as the next Bishop of Brechin. The consecration service will take place at St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee on 25 August at 2pm, and will be live streamed on our website and social media platforms.… read more >>

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The Very Rev Andrew Swift will be consecrated and installed as the new Bishop of Brechin in St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee on Saturday 25 August. The Rev Canon Ian Paton will be consecrated and installed as the new Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane in St Ninian’s Cathedral, Perth… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church delivers his charge to The General Synod of The Scottish Episcopal Church  

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The Rev Canon Ian Paton has today been elected as the new Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane, and The Very Rev Andrew Swift has been elected as the new Bishop of Brechin. The election of the new bishop was carried out by an Electoral Synod in each Diocese… read more >>

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From Ascension Day to Pentecost (May 10-20) congregations and individuals from the Scottish Episcopal Church will join Christians around the world to pray Thy Kingdom Come. Every day during this period a video will be published on social media and on this page with a new daily prayer, written and… read more >>