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We are happy to announce the upcoming Internet and Social Media for Beginners events, organised by the Diocese and open to everyone. 11am, Sat 6th April, St Silas’ Church, Glasgow (69 Park Road, G4 9JE). 11am, Sat 4th May, St Ninian’s Church, Prestwick (Maryborough Road, KA9 1SD). 11am, Sat 25th May, St Ninian’s Church, more »

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Scottish Episcopal Church United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway RECTOR Holy Trinity, Ayr A 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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Today’s meeting of the Electoral Synod of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway was unable to achieve a majority vote for a new Bishop to succeed the Rt Rev Dr Gregor Duncan who retired in October 2018. The Electoral Synod comprises clergy within the Diocese and Lay Representatives from each congregation across more »

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March 17th Sunday 7.00pm,  St James, Bishopbriggs An evening of celebration and challenge led by Dr Alison Phipps, UNESCO Chair for Refugee Integration through Language and the Arts at University of Glasgow.   Alison will be joined by Refugee friends performing with music and poetry and story telling and the more »

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The March edition of the Scottish Episcopal Institute News can be downloaded SEI Newsletter March 2019 Training Incumbents and Mixed Mode Supervisors’ gathering, 29 January: Incumbents with a curate, Mixed Mode Training Supervisors with a Mixed Mode student, and prospective Mixed Mode Supervisors gathered at then end of last month more »

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St Andrew’s Milngavie recently took part in “Window Wanderland” which is a neighbourhood arts project where people decorate and illuminate their windows to create an outdoor gallery trail for the community to enjoy on a specified night or nights during the long dark evenings in winter. It was started in more »

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HARK United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Events Supplement for February 2019 HARK is compiled from multiple sources in the Diocese, check the listings with the online presence of the congregation – you can find addresses, websites and social media here – bit.ly/GGEpiscopalMap – by clicking on the relevant church. more »

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 David Kenvyn, Convener of the Global Partnerships Committee, writes: In November last year, the Global Partnerships Committee of the Scottish Episcopal Church received a timely application for a grant for a Christmas party in Bethlehem. It was timely because it arrived just before our last meeting of the year, and we more »

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HARK United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Events Supplement for February 2019 HARK is compiled from multiple sources in the Diocese, check the listings with the online presence of the congregation – you can find addresses, websites and social media here – bit.ly/GGEpiscopalMap – by clicking on the relevant church. more »

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Lighting the Way – Spring Retreat Day Saturday 16th February,  10.30 – 15.30 St Michael’s and All Angels, Helensburgh, 16 William Street, G84 8BD Long before Christianity, welcoming the light of Spring has been honoured by many different cultures, religions and traditions. This inclusive retreat day is open to all who wish to more »

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Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Healing Workshop Saturday, 16th February 10am – 1pm. St Fillan’s Church, Moss Road, Kilmacolm, PA13 4DL Everyone Welcome: those interested in the healing ministry, or curious about it; those in churches who may want to introduce such a ministry, or reflect on what is already happening in their church; those who would like to more »

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This month, St Bride’s magazine – the Oystercatcher – published its 360th edition – one for every month over the last 30 years! We congratulate them and their editor – Jonathan Lord. We offer a quick overview of the church magazines within our Diocese and how to access them and more »