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The 16th of September is St Ninian’s Day. St Ninian is not only the patron saint of five of the churches in Glasgow and Galloway (Castle Douglas, Pollokshields, Portpatrick, Prestwick, and Troon) but also one of the two patron saints of our Diocese. He is depicted on the right side more »

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Scottish Episcopal Church United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Rector for Holy Trinity, Ayr Full-time position We are an inclusive, welcoming and faithful congregation. Our worship is currently based on the Scottish Liturgy with occasional prayer book services. We are seeking a loving Rector with a strong faith, who is more »

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Margaret Williams, Lay Reader from St Andrew’s, Ardrossan, retells the story of welcome and friendship that can start anywhere. A Knit and Knatter group has been held for some time in St Andrew’s church hall on Thursday mornings during term time. It started as a small group from the congregation. more »

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St Ninian’s Pollokshields are having a Festival of Arts to celebrate the diversity of talent and enthusiasm of the congregation on Saturday 14th September from 1 – 5 pm. Flower arranging masterclass Photo exhibition Crafts masterclass Drama production Music recital and much more! There will also be the opportunity to more »

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St. Matthew’s Patronal Festival Eucharist will be on Saturday 21st September at 12 noon – it’s special this year as St. Matthew’s Centre celebrates 25 years as a Registered Charity this year. We’d love to see you there! David Saturday 21st September 2019 Festival Mass at 12 noon Preacher: Fr. more »

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Priest-in-Charge for St John’s, Stranraer, St Ninian’s, Portpatrick, and All Saints’, Challoch United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Scottish Episcopal Church A full-time position to serve these linked charges in beautiful southwest Scotland. We are friendly, inclusive congregations who would welcome someone to lead us in our spiritual development and in more »

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On Saturday the 27th July, the Electoral Synod of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway met with the College of Bishops at Holy Trinity and St Barnabas, Paisley. The meeting began with a celebration of the Eucharist and was followed by a brief explanation by the Primus as to the more »

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Join us on 15th November in Glasgow Friends of the Holy Land will be marking our 10th Anniversary with an ecumenical service at The Metropolitan Cathedral Church of Saint Andrew, 96 Clyde St, Glasgow G1 4JY followed by a reception at Eyre Hall next door on the 15th November. The service more »

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DIRECTOR OF MUSIC St Bride’s Episcopal Church, Glasgow 69 Hyndland Road, Glasgow G12 9UX We are a friendly Anglo-Catholic Church in Glasgow’s West End, looking to appoint a Director of Music to maintain and develop our rich musical tradition. We have a recently restored 1865 two Manual Hill Organ and more »

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The latest news from the Scottish Episcopal Institute can be downloaded here JULY-AUGUST 2019 NEWS FROM SEI. Goodbyes  The photo, courtesy of Aidan Strange, shows the 2019 Leavers after the Valedictory Eucharist. They are listed here from back left, followed by the initial of the Diocese in which each will serve her/his more »

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NSM Rector for St Margaret’s, New Galloway United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Scottish Episcopal Church Would you like to minister to just one small and friendly church in the heart of beautiful, rural south-west Scotland? St Margaret’s, New Galloway seeks an NSM to serve our close-knit congregation. Offering an more »

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St Cyprian’s Church, Lenzie Beech Rd, Lenzie, G66 4HN Summer Teach-in “There’s stuff in the Psalms which isn’t in the Bible!” There are 150 psalms in the Bible. Some are joyful. Some are part of the culture, they are so well known. Some are solemn. Some are scary. Some are more »

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The Most Rev Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church and Interim Bishop of Glasgow & Galloway says “Following meetings and conversations with the people of St Silas, they have now decided to separate from the Scottish Episcopal Church to fulfil their mission as they understand it to be. more »