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Details of our current services and music can be found here: Services & Music List For details of music vacancies please click here.Wednesday 16th November, 2011
NOVEMBER is always a special month. It opens with the twin festivals of All Saints and All Souls, celebrating the heroes and heroines of the faith of all ages, who have lived lives of love and discipleship, and ends with Advent Sunday, as the Church once more hears the Baptist’s cry in the wilderness and looks for the coming of the Christ Child. In between come Remembrance Sunday whose 2 minutes’ silence becomes ever more poignant as peace throughout our world seems so distant, and the Feast of Christ the King when the Church celebrates the One who is king only of love, whose throne was a cross of wood, whose crown was a crown of thorns, whose courtiers were two thieves sharing the same death sentence, whose royal banquet is the bread and the wine of the Eucharist. November sees not one but two AGMs. Remembrance Sunday at 3.30pm … Continue readingThursday 29th September, 2011
An answer to the draughts in the Cathedral may be in sight! This would involve a glass lobby being built inside the current glass west doors, so that you would have to go through two (glass) doors to get into the Cathedral, and thereby draughts would be reduced. That‟s the theory! A group of representatives of Cathedral Stewards and Welcomers met to explore this and how we might best reconfigure the west end of the Cathedral. We decided to embrace the principle of festina lente. All agreed we should proceed with getting the necessary permissions for the west doors, have the new glass lobby and doors built and installed, and then determine the next stage in due course. This project will be funded by a most generous legacy from Victor Plommer. September always sees the arrival of new members to the Cathedral Choir. Choristers are: Lula Molleson, Peter Gill, Jacob … Continue readingWednesday 21st September, 2011
Welcome to the website of St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, the Mother Church of the Diocese of Edinburgh, and the only Cathedral in Scotland to maintain the tradition of daily Choral worship.
With its three spires dominating Edinburgh’s western skyline, St Mary’s is Scotland’s largest Cathedral, and a renowned masterpiece of Victorian Gothic architecture. Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, the Cathedral was consecrated in 1879, and has been open Continue readingWednesday 21st September, 2011 Wednesday 21st September, 2011 Wednesday 21st September, 2011 Wednesday 21st September, 2011 Wednesday 21st September, 2011 ← Older posts