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Scottish Episcopal Church Diocese of Brechin Between the Glens and the sea, could YOU be called to work as RECTOR of a new linked charge with strong, self-reliant congregations in beautiful rural Angus? We are looking for a full-time Rector for two town congregations and one smaller dependent charge. Someone… read more >>

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The Scottish Episcopal Church Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane St. James the Great, Dollar www.stjamesthegreatdollar.org.uk We seek a new Rector who has a strong sense of spirituality, leadership and creativity; someone who will help the congregation on their own faith journeys and will reach out to others in… read more >>

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Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane RECTOR Linked Charge of St Columba’s, Crieff, St Serf’s, Comrie, St Angus’s, Lochearnhead & with St Fillan’s, Killin In attractive rural Perthshire, the four churches are looking to build for the future. We are looking for a priest with strong interpersonal enabling and… 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 >>

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Bishop of Moray, Ross & Caithness and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church says “I have watched with shock as a unilateral political decision taken by the USA has developed into yet further horror for the people of Gaza and for those Palestinian and Israeli… read more >>

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In delivering his Bishop’s Charge at the Glasgow & Galloway Diocesan Synod on Saturday 12 May, The Rt Rev Dr Gregor Duncan announced his retirement, saying: “For the avoidance of doubt”, I think, is a phrase well-beloved of lawyers. Well, I am not a lawyer, not even a canon lawyer… read more >>