The Northern Episcopalians
The Scottish Episcopal Church has a service online every Sunday, and on Thursdays, there is a Service of the Word.
The ministry team of the linked charge of St John’s, Wick and St Peter & the Holy Rood, Thurso are offering Sunday reflections, midweek services, Evening Prayer and Compline each week. The rota for which is both on the Google calendar and ‘Services’ (links below). The posts below are links to the reflections and the Curate’s Letters.
One aspect which I think we all miss of having our churches open is the chance to simply sit and pray in the peace and quiet of the building. My offering to you is the Virtual Chapel.
Rev Ellie is currently writing ‘Food for Thought’ for the Caithness Courier. The offerings are here.
- Reflection for the 9th Sunday after Pentecost: Thankfulness
- Food for Thought
- Curate’s Letter, August: Land Ahoy!
- Reflection for Sunday 26th July. Acceptance and trust, by Alan Finch
- Reflections for Trinity 5, Sunday July 12th , 2020
Due to the stringent measures required to contain the Co-Vid19 virus, out of love our church buildings are closed for the time being, but our people continue to worship.
Reflections by the ministry team are available for each Sunday, with a note of the readings (above).
Midweek services continue (every Tuesday, and the first Wednesday of the month).
Evening Prayer is made available online from 17:30, with the liturgy from the SEC website.
The latest news from:
Ideas and resources for youth and children
Our calendar of local events shows what’s on.
The SEC Calendar has the daily readings for Eucharists and Daily Prayer. Just click on the entry for the day for all the information.
Liturgies for midweek services:
SEC Daily Prayer – I suggest you use what’s on the website as this will change every day.
Youth and children resources