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We are delighted to present this year’s #MungoFest celebrating Glasgow’s Patron Saint with a mixture of community events, talks, performances and exhibitions. Several of the events will fill up fast – please make sure you book ASAP to avoid disappointment! Wed 9 Jan: Lecture: St Mungo‘s Long Strange Trip: Reception with wine and mince 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 »

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Award-Winning Ukulele Singer-Songwriter Reverend Jim to Release New Single in Aid of Penlee RNLI Ukulele singer-songwriter and one of our own priests – the Reverend Jim Benton-Evans will release his new single live on Liskeard Radio at 8 pm on 19 December.  The song, entitled, “The Bravest Eight” is a tribute more »

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A new automated external defibrillator (AED) was recently installed outside the Chapterhouse at the Beech Tree Cafe at St Mary’s Episcopal Church, Hamilton for the benefit of the local community and those using the church premises. The idea, initiated earlier this year, was brought to fruition through a plethora of more »

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A letter from the Primus, Bishop Mark To all congregations in the Scottish Episcopal Church: It’s my great pleasure to write to you about an important and long-standing partnership with a Scottish children’s charity; one which is especially close to my heart. I write this not just on my own more »

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A message from Eco-Congregation Scotland Following a conversation with your provincial Church Relations Officer, Ms Miriam Weibye, I would like to make contact, send greetings, and introduce myself: I was recently appointed as the second Environmental Chaplain for Eco-Congregation Scotland, which is generously supported via the Church in Society budget. My more »

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6th November 2018 My Dear Friends in Glasgow and Galloway, Following the meeting of the Electoral Synod at Holy Trinity and St Barnabas, Paisley, the Preparatory Committee met and finalised the dates for the work they are undertaking. The process will move forward with an Advert asking for nominations to more »

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SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH DIOCESE OF GLASGOW & GALLOWAY Scottish Charity no. SCO13925 EPISCOPAL VACANCY Nominations are sought for prospective candidates for the vacant office of BISHOP OF GLASGOW & GALLOWAY. A Diocese with the Vision of Being and Becoming a people who are Growing with God’s Grace. Nominations must have more »

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Celebrate Scotland’s National Day Thursday 29th November, 7pm Saint Margaret of Scotland Scottish Episcopal Church, 353 Kilmarnock Rd, Glasgow G43 2DS Music led by ‘the St Mungo Singers ensemble and Harp with Pupils from St Andrew’s Secondary School & Carissa Bovill We will Pray for our City, Country, Our Young People, People who have more »

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A very successful new local community ‘All Age 1k and 5k Family Fun Event’ was held at Duchess of Hamilton Park in Motherwell ( last Saturday 20.10.18 ( Over fifty local residents, friends, volunteers and community partners joined together Saturday for a 5K & 1K Fun Run, walk, jog in more »

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Michaelmas has been a busy time for the SEI and bishops across the province. Lee Johnston (left) was ordained Deacon by Bishop Gregor on 30 September in St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow (Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway) to serve as Assistant Curate in the congregation of Christ Church Lanark. Revd Dr more »

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THURSDAY 25th October 2018  7pm Renfield St Stephen’s, Church of Scotland, 260 Bath St, Glasgow  G2 4JP An Ecumenical Service to bring together in prayer those affected by all forms of cancer, their loved ones and carers To remember those lost to cancer and to pray for those with responsibility for providing and allocating resources required more »

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Saturday 1st December 2018  10.30 – 4.15 St John’s Episcopal Church, Princes Street, Perth Organised by the Gender Justice Group of the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane. Rt Revd Anne Dyer, Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney 20181201 Poster2