This year, the Diocesan Chrism Mass will be held on Saturday, 29th February at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Ayr as part of the Synod Eucharist, begining at 10am, 25 Fullarton Street, Ayr, KA7 1UB. Remember to bring your oil stocks! Come and witness the Blessing of the Oils that will more »
The next meeting of the Church and the Academy will meet on Tuesday, 25th February at 5.30pm (No 4 The Square, G12 8QQ) and will discuss Prayer in a New Culture. Intercessions in Contemporary Services will be addressed by the Rev Dr Merete Thomassen, Associate Professor of Liturgical Studies in more »
This item comes from the latest edition of the Scottish Episcopal Institute Newsletter – which you can find here – February 2020 – News from the SEI. Alastair Haggart Bursary Award 2019: This Fund, set up by his family in memory of Bishop Haggart, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church more »
The Most Rev Mark Strange, Primus and Interim Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway, extends to all a warm invitation to the Dedication Service of the new Holy Cross Memorial Garden. This will take place on Saturday, 8 February 2020. The Garden is in the grounds of St Bride’s Scottish Episcopal more »
An Epiphany message about Climate Change from Professor Ian M. Arbon, Chartered Engineer, Chartered Environmentalist, Visiting Professor, Centre for Energy Policy University of Strathclyde. This was originally published in St John’s, Stranraer’s church magazine. It’s never easy to write a New Year message that does much more than bemoan the more »
The SEI newsletter can be downloaded here.
SCOTTISH CHURCHES ANTI HUMAN TRAFFICKING GROUP Sunday 9th Feb 4 p.m. Racial Justice Service St Peter’s Church, 46 Hyndland St, Partick G11 5PS Glasgow Church Leaders with Ecumenical Relations and Interfaith Matters Committee Presbytery of Glasgow Justice and Peace Glasgow and Scotland, Mectis and Scottish Asian Christian Fellowship Professor Reddie a leading scholar in the more »
Rector for St Augustine’s, Dumbarton United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Scottish Episcopal Church A full-time position Remuneration: Scottish Episcopal Church Clergy Standard Stipend St Augustine’s is known and respected throughout Dumbarton for its outreach to those in need, affectionately called ‘The Church That Cares’. We now seek a rector more »
The Right Reverend Kevin Pearson was today elected as the new Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway. Bishop Kevin is currently the Bishop of Argyll and The Isles and his election to Glasgow and Galloway represents a historic “translation” of a Bishop from one See to another. The See of Glasgow more »
Rector for St Mary’s, Hamilton and St Andrew’s, Uddingston United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway Scottish Episcopal Church Are you the person whom God is calling to inspire, lead and nurture us, enabling us to reach out in love, grow in faith and serve God’s people, here in South Lanarkshire? more »
DIOCESE OF GLASGOW AND GALLOWAY Scottish Episcopal Church From the Interim Bishop: The Most Revd Mark Strange 6th January 2020 To the people of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway: Can I firstly thank you all for the prayers and kind words offered to Jane and our family during the more »
Please find the December 2019 SEI Newsletter here.
Carols for Peace 2019 Hosted by the Lord Provost’s Office Sunday 15th December 2019 at 3pm Glasgow City Chambers Council Representatives, Church Leaders and Glasgow Churches Together With; Piper, St Mungo Singers, Rutherglen Salvation Army Band, St Denis’s School, South Side Fiddlers, the Mungo Ensemble, including Harp and Whistle. Join more »
The Blessing of the CribWith Civic and Church LeadersGeorge Square, GlasgowWednesday 4th December 20196.30 p.m.Music from 6.15pmWith Alba Brass and Glasgow Gaelic Primary School ChoirJoin us for This Most Joyous of Occasions and Welcome the Advent Season. All Welcome! 2019 Blessing of Crib Poster
My Dear Friends in Glasgow and Galloway, I know that many of you have been holding the College of Bishops in prayer as we continue on this discernment process for a new Bishop for you all. This discernment has been at the forefront of the life and work of the more »