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The Rev Dr Jenny Holden, Assistant Curate at St John’s, Aberdeen leads a short service of Evening Prayer. You can download the order of service here: http://bit.ly/EP24Sept The service can be joined from 6.30pm at: Facebook Youtube The pianist and vocalist is David Ferguson. In addition to the online resources,… read more >>

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The Scottish Episcopal Church and 13 other denominations join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday 20 September in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Many of those joining together in prayer will also light candles. English and  Gaelic versions of the prayer are available below. Churches Together In England continue… read more >>

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The latest Provincial Youth Newsletter is now available, packed with news of what young members have been up to and highlighting that two of them have joined the working group tasked with co-ordinating the Scottish Episcopal Church’s response to the climate crisis. Caitlin Conway, pictured below, and Martha Spence, pictured… read more >>

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

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The Primus, the Most Rev Mark Strange, celebrates the Eucharist from St Andrew’s Cathedral, Inverness this Sunday (6 September) at 11am. You can download the liturgy here: bit.ly/6SeptEucharist The service can be joined from 11am at: Facebook Youtube Bishop Mark is assisted digitally by pupils from Scottish Episcopal Schools across the… read more >>

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The thirteenth Grosvenor Essay, titled “Theology of Authority in the Ministry of the Church” is published today (1 September), and is available to download here: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/who-we-are/publications/grosvenor-essays/theology-of-authority-in-the-ministry-of-the-church-grosvenor-essay-no-13/ The Essay, written by the Doctrine Committee of the Scottish Episcopal Church, discusses how the understanding of ‘authority’ in Christian ministry has deep roots… read more >>

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The Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of Glasgow & Galloway, leads a celebration of the Eucharist from St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow. The service will begin at 11am and you can download the liturgy here: http://bit.ly/Glasgow30 You can join the service at: Facebook Youtube Bishop Kevin is joined digitally by the… read more >>

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The Rev Tembu Rongong, Priest in Charge at St Margaret’s, Lossiemouth and Holy Trinity, Elgin, leads a service of Evening Prayer, using the short form of Daily Prayer, from St Margaret’s, Lossiemouth. You can download the liturgy here: http://bit.ly/EveningPrayer27August And join the service from 6.30pm at: Facebook Youtube Rev Tembu… read more >>

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Diocese of Argyll & The Isles (Scottish Charity no. SC005375) EPISCOPAL VACANCY A Diocese rich in culture, with congregations full of potential, looking to re-imagine and develop the church to God’s glory. Nominations are sought for prospective candidates for the vacant office of Bishop Of Argyll & The Isles. Nominations… read more >>

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St James the Less, Leith, Edinburgh www.stjamesleith.org.uk Remuneration: Scottish Episcopal Church Clergy Standard Stipend St James is located at the centre of the vibrant and multi-ethnic community of Leith. We have an informal and inclusive worship practice which celebrates our Creator through a rich use of the creative arts. We… read more >>

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For the ninth Sunday after Pentecost the Most Rev Mark Strange celebrates the Eucharist from Arpafeelie. The Primus is joined from across Scotland by young members of the Scottish Episcopal Church, and from the United States of America by Presiding Bishop Michael B. Curry, Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church. The Provincial… read more >>