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This Sunday’s Celebration of the Eucharist comes from St John’s, Princes Street, Edinburgh. Music is led by the congregation and choir at St John’s under the direction of David Goodenough. You can download the order of service here. Facebook Youtube

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The Scottish Episcopal Church seeks to appoint a Safeguarding Support Officer. The role includes a range of Safeguarding support responsibilities including the processing of applications for criminal disclosure checks under the Protection of Vulnerable Groups Scheme, training administration and record keeping. The post is based at the General Synod Office,… read more >>

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This is an exciting time to join the General Synod Office of the Scottish Episcopal Church. With the newly appointed Secretary General taking up post this summer, there is scope for the Chief Operating Officer, a newly created post, to make a significant contribution to the development and evolution of… read more >>

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Edinburgh Diocesan Office 21A Grosvenor Crescent, Edinburgh EH12 5EL Bishop’s P.A. & Dean’s P.A. 30.00 hours per week Gross Salary (incremental) £21,022-£22,738 per annum (£26,278-£28,422 f.t.e.) plus a generous pension scheme We are seeking to appoint a PA to the Bishop of Edinburgh & the Dean of the Diocese to… read more >>

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Edinburgh Diocesan Office 21A Grosvenor Crescent, Edinburgh EH12 5EL Communications Officer 18.75 hours per week Gross Salary £13,139 per annum (£26,278 f.t.e.) We are seeking to appoint a Communications Officer to: promote the diocese internally and externally develop and maintain our digital channels support our churches’ communications training needs We… read more >>

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Representatives from The Scottish Episcopal Church, alongside ecumenical partners the Church of Scotland and the United Reformed Church, recently arrived in Jamaica to begin a pilgrimage during this Easter season. The intention of the ecumenical pilgrimage is to learn about the legacies of slavery and the part of churches in… read more >>

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Registered Scottish Charity SC010656 St Ninian’s Cathedral, at the heart of the city of Perth and the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane, is seeking a new Provost who will build on the Cathedral’s strengths and enable further growth. The congregation is friendly, welcoming and inclusive, and proud of… read more >>

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The Net Zero Team continues to take shape with the addition of Jack Nevin as Innovation Coordinator. Jack joins us from the Energy Saving Trust, where he administered grant and loan programmes on behalf of the Government relating to sustainable transport. He will bring the knowledge he has of government… read more >>

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On International Women’s Day, members of the Scottish Episcopal Church today share their perspectives as we celebrate the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality, and this year’s campaign theme is ‘Inspire Inclusion’. Earlier today we featured… read more >>

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Bishop David Chillingworth, former Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, gave Thought For The Day twice on BBC Radio Scotland during January. At the start of the month, he considered New Year resolutions and predictions, and suggested focusing instead on aspirations as we look to the year ahead. “We are still living… read more >>

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A new Procurator has been appointed by the Scottish Episcopal Church, with immediate effect. Paul Reid KC takes on the position following the resignation of his predecessor Alan McLean KC. In November last year, the Preliminary Proceedings Committee of the SEC concluded its investigation into complaints lodged under Canon 54… read more >>

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The Secretary General to the General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church is to retire next year after 28 years in the position. Mr John Stuart, who was appointed Secretary General in 1996, is expected to remain in post until the summer of 2024, and will oversee arrangements for the… read more >>

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Churches are being encouraged by the Provincial Environment Group to sign up for HeatHack workshops as part of the Scottish Episcopal Church journey towards Net Zero emissions by 2030. The SEC is working in partnership with HeatHack, an organisation which arranges facilitated group sessions for community groups – such as churches – to… read more >>

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Three Scottish Episcopal Cathedrals are to offer gender justice prayer and awareness resources as part of the annual 16 Days of Activism against gender-based violence. St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness, St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee, and St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh will all host resources in their church buildings, which are open daily.… read more >>

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The Preliminary Proceedings Committee (PPC) of the Scottish Episcopal Church has investigated the complaints lodged under Canon 54 regarding Bishop Anne Dyer. Those complaints which the PPC has decided require further consideration have been referred to the Church’s internal procurator as the next stage of the canonical process. The remainder… read more >>