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The Scottish Episcopal Church, Christian Aid Scotland, Side by Side, Act Alliance, and the World Council of Churches have joined together to organise an event to mark the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence 2020. The event will take place on 7 December at 5pm. From the Scottish Episcopal… read more >>

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The appointment of a Digital Missioner for the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane is a new post intended to enable online outreach in the Diocese. This will involve training and enabling people in the churches of the Diocese in effective online activity. It will also involve the coordination… read more >>

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The Scottish Episcopal Church and 13 other denominations join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday, 29 November, as the season of Advent begins, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of those joining together in prayer, which appears in English and Gaelic below, will also light candles. In a… read more >>

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The Right Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway,  has announced the appointment of the Reverend Reuben James Preston as the new Dean of the Diocese, and has paid tribute to Canon Gordon Fyfe, who has been acting Dean for the past two years. In a statement on the… read more >>

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An upcoming ‘Winter Wonderland’ online sleepover is the main feature of the latest edition of the Provincial Youth Newsletter. The autumn is normally a particularly busy time for youth sleepovers, so in this year of pandemic, youth leaders in Edinburgh Diocese and across the Province are planning an online sleepover… read more >>

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Today’s announcement that 11 local authority areas are to move up to level 4 in the Scottish Government’s Strategic Framework to contain Covid-19 has implications for places of worship. The areas moving into level 4 are: the City of Glasgow, Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire, East Dunbartonshire, West Dunbartonshire, North Lanarkshire, South… read more >>

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The Rev Anthony Matchwick, Deacon at St John’s Forres leads a short service of Evening Prayer. You can download the order of service here: http://bit.ly/EP5Nov The service can be joined from 6.30pm at: Facebook Youtube In addition to the online resources, there is a telephone service to allow those who do not have… read more >>

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This year’s Scottish Episcopal Institute (SEI) Lecture was given by Dr Cathy Ross this evening (Thursday 29 October). Her topic for the lecture was ‘Mission and Formation in a Time of Lament and Hope: Reflections after Covid-19’. You can watch the lecture again below, or at our Facebook page and… read more >>

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Valerie Cameron, a student in the Scottish Episcopal Institute, leads a service of Evening Prayer commemorating James Hannington. The service will begin at 6.30pm on Thursday 29 October. You can download the order of service here: http://bit.ly/EP29Oct The service can be joined from 6.30pm at: Facebook Youtube Stephen Cameron plays the… read more >>

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Pat Ellison, a Scottish Episcopal Institute Lay Reader Candidate from the Diocese of Moray, Ross & Caithness leads a service of Evening Prayer for 22 October. You can download the order of service here: http://bit.ly/EP22Oct The service begins at 6.30pm and can be found at: Facebook Youtube In addition to the… read more >>

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The Scottish Episcopal Church and 13 other denominations join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday 18 October in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of those joining together in prayer, which appears in English and Gaelic below, will also light candles. Churches Together In England continue to pray each… read more >>

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After Sunday’s provincial worship broadcast from St John’s Cathedral in Oban at 11am, there was a further opportunity to worship with the Scottish Episcopal Church when BBC Scotland screened ‘The Service’ from St Andrew’s Cathedral in Inverness at 12 noon. If you missed it, you can still watch it by… read more >>

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Six more ordinations of Scottish Episcopal Institute students took place over the weekend, following five last month. Four were ordained to the diaconate, while two were ordained to the priesthood. The first ceremony of the weekend took place on Friday evening in the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane,… read more >>

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The Rt Rev Anne Dyer, Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney leads a Harvest Service from St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral in Aberdeen. The service will begin at 11am. You can download the liturgy here: https://bit.ly/4OctHarvest The service can be joined from 11am at: Facebook Youtube Bishop Anne is assisted by the Rev Canon… read more >>

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A full time position, initially for 3 years Remuneration: Scottish Episcopal Church Clergy Standard Stipend Musselburgh is a seaside town 8 miles east of Edinburgh, within easy reach of all that the capital of Scotland has to offer. It is in East Lothian which extends from rolling hills in the… read more >>