This week’s worship, for the Feast of St Peter & St Paul, was produced by the ministry team at St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee, with the Rt Rev Andrew Swift presiding.
Bishop Andrew is joined digitally by the Precentor of St Paul’s Cathedral, London, the Rev Canon James Milne, who delivers the sermon.
Bishop Andrew is assisted by the Rev David Gordon, interim Priest of St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee and Priest-in-Charge at All Souls, Invergowrie. The readers and intercessor are taken from the congregation at St Paul’s: Theodora Adogu, Sophie Schofield, and Dawn Wood. The prayer for Spiritual Communion is read by Mackenzie, a young member of the congregation.
The organist is Stuart Muir, and the Cantor is Robert Phillips.
You can download the liturgy here: https://bit.ly/PeterAndPaul
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Recently, we introduced a telephone service to allow those who do not have internet access to listen to the service of worship by telephone. The facility is free of charge for anyone calling by landline or mobile phone from within the UK. It will be helpful if those who have online access to worship continue to use that method rather than using the telephone line, to avoid unnecessary additional cost incurred by the GSO, and we would also appreciate help in reaching non-internet users who are unable to see this information.
Anyone who would like full details of how to access the telephone line, in order to share them with someone who needs this service should email AidanS@scotland.anglican.org.
The broadcast will be available for all to access on YouTube and Facebook. Subtitles are available on both platforms, if selected by the user. Look for the CC icon at the bottom of the display screen on YouTube; on facebook, go to Settings, then Video, then select Always Show Captions.
The Scottish Episcopal Church website will also contain downloadable video and audio formats of the services, when these are ready.
We encourage people to distribute the video/audio recordings and the Liturgy widely within their own personal networks. In households with no internet or playback capacity at all, if people are simply given the opportunity to read the words of the Liturgy to themselves close to the appointed time, they will be praising God along with others in the Church.