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As a reported 100,000 people marched through Glasgow on the Global Day of Action for Climate Justice, they were joined by the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church who urged everyone to think about not just the words of politicians but the actions of the people who joined together today… read more >>

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The Diocese of Edinburgh is seeking a part time (18.75 hours) Ministry Development Officer on a fixed term appointment of 3 years. The MDO will work closely with the bishop and our synodical structures, to support the ongoing development and wellbeing of all in authorised ministry in the diocese. We… read more >>

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Are you called to join and lead this small, friendly congregation by the sea in this community east of Dundee? We seek a priest who will support our liturgical tradition and pastoral life, bringing out the best in all with vision, compassion and enthusiasm. Joining us in our commitment to… read more >>

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The Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, Bishop Mark Strange and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Lord Jim Wallace, met with members of the World Council of Churches Delegation to COP26 on 1 November to discuss practicalities of their time in Glasgow, and to… read more >>

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The November edition of the Scottish Episcopal Institute Newsletter headlines on green matters. A series of events involving staff and students are reported, as the SEI works out what it means to strive to ‘safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth’ within its… read more >>

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As world leaders gather in Glasgow for the 26th UN Climate Change Conference, the Scottish Episcopal Church can confirm that it does not hold investments in fossil fuel extraction companies. The disposal of the last direct investment in a fossil fuel extraction company was announced at General Synod in December… read more >>

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A special edition of Inspires Online has been published to mark COP26, the 26th UN Climate Change Conference being held in Glasgow. World leaders will gather at COP26 from 31 October to 12 November to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on… read more >>

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The Rt Rev Andrew Swift, Bishop of Brechin leads a Celebration of the Eucharist for All Saints from St Peter’s, Auchmithie. Download the order of service here: https://bit.ly/SECAllSaints Bishop Andrew is joined by the Rev Peter Mead, Rector of St Mary’s, Arbroath, and St Peter’s, Auchmithie; Sue Smith; and Marie… read more >>

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The 2021 SEI Lecture, the sixth in the annual series, will be given today (28 October) by the Revd Dr Michael Hull, SEI’s Director of Studies. To Filioque or Not to Filioque: The Warrant of Holy Scripture will be hosted by the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway and held in… read more >>

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October is Black History Month. Black History Month UK have launched the theme for 2021: “Proud to be.” Catherine Ross, Editor at Black History Month UK magazine said when launching the campaign theme: “It’s been a challenging time for many Black and Brown people, with so much in the media about racism,… read more >>