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The Scottish Episcopal Church and 13 other denominations join together in prayer on Sunday at 7pm, as they have done throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Many of those joining together in prayer, which appears in English and Gaelic below, will also light candles. In a joint message, church leaders in Scotland… read more >>

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The Advisory Group of the Scottish Episcopal Church has published new guidance on the calculation and display of the Physical Distance Based Capacity (PDBC) in church buildings, as pandemic restrictions are eased. The Group has also produced an updated Frequently Asked Questions document. Both of these resources are available here.… read more >>

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At Scottish Parliament election time, we take the opportunity to highlight the Scottish Episcopal Church’s long-standing relationship with the Scottish Churches Parliamentary Office. Every year, the Church in Society Committee of the SEC invites grant applications from organisations working on a variety of issues in Scottish society, and includes projects… read more >>

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Do you have a vision for helping local church communities through transition? Could you grow and deepen that vision in this beautiful area of Scotland? Two neighbouring church communities in Aberdeenshire, part of the Diocese of Brechin, are working together to discern their futures and develop and reach out to… read more >>

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Church leaders across Scotland have made “remarkable adaptations” during the COVID-19 pandemic to keep worship going and serve their communities in new ways, a survey has found. A new study, available here, records that 96 per cent of 369 congregational leaders spanning 27 different denominations continued with ministry and mission… read more >>

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The latest edition of Inspires Online, the monthly magazine of the Scottish Episcopal Church, features preparation for Holy Week, with a schedule of provincial online worship lined up for those who are unable to attend church. There is also a call-out for volunteers for Scottish Episcopal Virtual Choir. Inspires also… read more >>

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On Easter Sunday the Most Rev Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church leads a Celebration of the Eucharist from St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness. You can download the order of service on Sunday here: http://bit.ly/SECEasterSunday Bishop Mark is joined by the Rev Katrina O’Neill as Deacon from St Andrew’s… read more >>

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For Easter this year there will be a new virtual choir project for the provincial online worship, following on from our successful Advent Lessons and Carols service in December 2020. We are keen for as many people as possible to be involved in this project to celebrate Easter as a… read more >>