Category Archives: Scottish Episcopal Church

09 Feb
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The Most Rev David Chillingworth announces his retirement

The Most Rev David Chillingworth has today announced that he will retire as Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane and as Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church at the end of July this year. Bishop David was consecrated Bishop ...

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18 Nov
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New appointments

Ms Miriam Weibye, currently Programme Officer with Action of Churches Together in Scotland, is to take up a new position with the Scottish Episcopal Church in December as Church Relations Officer. Miriam takes over from Mrs Elspeth Davey who is ...

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29 Mar
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Churches react to murder of Glasgow shopkeeper Asad Shah

Churches have expressed their shock after Glasgow man Asad Shah was stabbed to death at his shop in Shawlands. Archbishop Philip Tartaglia said: “The murder of Mr Shah has shocked everyone. The outpourings of sympathy following his death are a ...
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Most Rev David Chillingworth
25 Mar
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Scottish Episcopal Church: Good Friday and Easter are not just a religious story

The Most Rev David Chillingworth, Bishop of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church says: “The Good Friday and Easter story of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ engages us at the deepest level. ...

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16 Mar
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Scots represented at UN commission on women

Rachael Fraser, a former member at St James the Less Episcopal Church in Bishopbriggs, is attending the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women from March 14-24 in New York. She is representing the Scottish Episcopal Church as part ...

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01 Jan
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New Year message from the Scottish Episcopal Church

The Most Rev. David Chillingworth, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church and Bishop of St. Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane, reflects on resolutions that make a difference.

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Bishop Gregor Duncan
23 Dec
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Scottish Episcopal Church: Christmas message from Bishop Gregor Duncan

At times it is hard to think that the world we live in is anything other than very dark, writes Bishop Gregor Duncan. All around us are threats to life – climate change, terrorism, civil wars, genocidal campaigns, corruption, failed ...

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Most Rev David Chillingworth
14 Nov
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Paris terrorist attacks: a statement by the Scottish Episcopal Church

The Most Rev David Chillingworth, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, said: “The attacks in Paris are a callous and devastating assault on innocent people who were enjoying an evening out in a beautiful city. Our prayers are with all ...

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