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The Rt Rev Andrew Swift, Bishop of Brechin, leads a Celebration of the Eucharist from All Souls, Invergowrie. Download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SEC2022Easter5 Bishop Andrew is joined by Val Beveridge, the Rev David Gordon, and John Parry. You can join the service from 11am at: Facebook Youtube Subtitles… read more >>

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Located in West Fife in the centre of Dunfermline, a town at the heart of Scottish history, but now the vibrant core of the most populous locality in Fife, Holy Trinity is a welcoming church with a strong musical tradition, and a Youth Fellowship used as an example to the wider… read more >>

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May’s Newsletter celebrates SEI’s engagement with the United Reformed Church in Scotland. Reflections are offered by the Principal of The Scottish College, by two URC candidates who have been studying at SEI for the past three years, and by the Revd Stewart Cutler who serves on Institute Council. We also… read more >>

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We are seeking a Rector for the charge of St. Ninian’s Episcopal Church which is located about 3 kilometres south of Glasgow city centre within a high amenity area of Pollokshields. This is a cosmopolitan urban area having a wide range of leisure and cultural facilities, schools and shops. St. Ninian’s… read more >>

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The recent launch of the Toolkit, Checklist and Energy Footprint Analyser by the Provincial Environment Group marked the Scottish Episcopal Church’s commitment to working towards Net Zero carbon emissions by 2030. The launch included the request that an initial analysis of the ‘energy foot-print’ of our churches for 2021 be… read more >>

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The Rt Rev Ian Paton, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane, leads a Celebration of the Eucharist from Holy Trinity, Stirling. Download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECSundayLent5 Bishop Ian is joined by the Rector of Holy Trinity, the Rev Christoph Wutscher, and Cathy Johnston, Lay Rep of Holy… read more >>

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Part-time: 12-14 hours per week over 3 days Starting salary: £7,061 Wanted: a new Provincial Secretary for SECMA. You need to have an interest in supporting development projects worldwide and have competent computer skills, ideally with some desk-top publishing. Duties will include production of the twice-yearly SECMA magazine, servicing the… read more >>

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St Paul’s has a thriving, wide-spread congregation of around 30 with average weekly attendance of 20, worshipping in a country church fourteen miles outside Inverness.  We have a dedicated organist, and an adjoining church hall for coffee after church, for children’s activities and for our occasional lunches.  For our history… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus, leads a Celebration of the Eucharist from St John’s, Arpafeelie. Download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECSundayLent3 Bishop Mark is joined by the Rev Canon Mel Langille, Rector of the Black Isle churches, and members of the… read more >>

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The Rev Canon Paul Watson, Rector of St James’, Bishopbriggs, leads a Celebration of the Eucharist for the first Sunday of Lent. Download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECLentSunday1 Rev Paul is joined by Kennedy Fraser, Lay Reader at St James; Ann Glenesk; Elliott Glenesk; and Aileen Macdonald-Haak. The organist… read more >>

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The Rt Rev Dr John Armes, Bishop of Edinburgh, leads a Celebration of the Eucharist for the Sunday before Lent (Transfiguration) from St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh. You can download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECSundayBeforeLent Bishop John is joined by the Rev Canon Dr Marion Chatterley, Vice-Provost of the Cathedral,… read more >>

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‘Episcopalians and Their Ethics’, a six-part study series, will begin on Monday 7 March and run on Mondays throughout Lent 2022.  The study series will be presented by the Rev Dr Michael Hull, Director of Studies at the Scottish Episcopal Institute.  Commenting on the series, Rev Dr Hull says: “Episcopalians,… read more >>

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The Rev Canon Kenneth Gibson leads a Celebration of the Eucharist from St Mary Magdalene’s Church, Dundee, in the Episcopal Diocese Of Brechin. You can download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECEpiphany5 Also contributing to the service are members of the congregation from St Mary Magdalene’s: Elma Longair, Enza Gibson,… read more >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness & Primus, leads a Celebration of the Eucharist from St Ninian’s, Invergordon. Download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECEpiphany4 Bishop Mark is joined by the Rev John Cuthbert, Julia Raban-Williams, Robin Nairn, Anne Thackrey and Norma Wilford. The organist is… read more >>