Posted & filed under Diocesan News.

Diocesan Synod 4 March 2015     Barony College Campus SRUC – A brief report The Dean, Very Revd Ian Barcroft presided at the Synod Eucharist and read the Bishop’s Charge on behalf of Bishop Gregor who could not be there as he was still recovering at home from a stroke. The more »

Posted & filed under Appointments.

The Dean is pleased to announce that Reverend Mary Jepp, Rector of North Leightonstone Benefice in the Diocese of Ely, is to be appointed Rector of Holy Trinity, Kilmarnock and will be Instituted on Corpus Christi, Thursday June 15th at 7pm. Further details will follow but please put the date more »

Posted & filed under Events.

Tea and conversation on Lord Jonathan Sack’s book ‘To Heal a Fractured World’ Introduced by Rev. Cedric Blakey (Vice Provost, St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, Glasgow Interfaith Adviser, Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway) and Dr Iain Liefer, in the Jewish Community Centre, 222 Fenwick Rd, Giffnock on Tuesday 2nd May 2.00 – 4.00 pm ALL WELCOME. more »

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This year’s Chrism Mass will be held on Saturday 8th April at 11am in St Mary’s Cathedral, 300 Great Western Road, Glasgow G4 9JB. The Commissary Bishop John Armes will preside at the Chrism Mass and offer an Address. At this liturgy the ordained have the opportunity to reaffirm their more »

Posted & filed under Mothers' Union.

  Angels for babies, plastic mats for homeless, travelling Nativity sets, 16 days of activism around Scotland and emergency relief aid for South Sudan are just some of the activities and news items covered in the latest biannual Mothers’ Union Scotland E News which has been published and can be downloaded here: Scottish more »

Posted & filed under Other Items Received, Vacancies.

The Scottish Episcopal Church seeks to appoint a part-time Digital Communications Co-ordinator (15 hours per week) initially for one year. The role involves working with the Director of Communications in the co-ordination, development and delivery of all digital communication and to assess and identify social media opportunities. The normal place more »

Posted & filed under Congregations, News, Requests for help, Uncategorized.

The Dry Rot discovered at St Matthew’s Possilpark is more extensive than at first thought and the estimates for repair now exceed £35,000 before redecoration. However, the small congregation is planning a different fundraising activity each month this year and we have been strengthened by real ecumenical sharing – our more »

Posted & filed under Uncategorized, Vacancies.

RECTOR – St James the Less, Bishopbriggs We are an open, welcoming and inclusive church, located in the town of Bishopbriggs. We have created a sense of family within the congregation and are looking for a full time Rector who will help us reach out to the wider community and our more »

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The Bishop’s Lent Appeal this year is for the Scottish Refugee Council.  The Scottish Refugee Council vision is for a Scotland in which all people seeking refugee protection are welcome. It is a place where women, children and men are protected, find safety and support, have their human rights and more »

Posted & filed under Vacancies.

Holy Trinity, Motherwell and St. Andrew’s, Wishaw Rector (full stipend) We are looking for an ordained priest to lead and to care for our congregations in worship, discipleship, Christian development and growth in a post industrial area where regeneration is beginning to happen offering many opportunities. We are seeking a more »

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Share the message of Christ in Coatbridge and Airdrie. Based in Airdrie, the church of St Paul and St John the Evangelist serves the spiritual needs of two towns and the surrounding villages. This post-industrial community faces unique social challenges, and we require an exceptional preacher to give them sustenance and hope.  Initially more »

Posted & filed under Events.

The ever-popular BBC One programme, Songs of Praise, is coming to St Ninian’s Cathedral, Perth. The recordings will take place on the afternoons of Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th March. Admission will be by free ticket. Singers and those wishing to be in the congregation are welcome to attend one more »

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In May 1980 Canon John Riches and his wife Nena opened the first fair trade shop in the UK, the Balmore Coach House.  Their interest in addressing global inequalities was fired by a spell in Transkei in 1975, where Nena worked as a doctor for 5 months.  Whilst there, during a more »

Posted & filed under Diocesan News, Material.

For those still looking for Lent study material, do consider this 2017 Churches Together in Britain and Ireland Lent resource. It explores how Christian faith has been deepened and enriched by encounters with people of different religions. This is not a resource that necessarily emphases common ground, or that is more »

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Do you want ideas for Intercessions, Sunday schools, service outlines and talks on Mothering Sunday? Well the Mothers’ Union has it organised to save you some time. Just go to their Mothering Sunday resource page on their website. .http://www.mothersunion.org/resources#overlay-context=our-focus/mothering-sunday If you would like to ‘Make a Mothers Day’ by buying more »