The Northern Episcopalians
The Scottish Episcopal Church has a service online every Sunday. The Service of the Word, which was on Thursdays is currently suspended.
- Please book in advance, this will enable us to accommodate your requirements for the services. We wish to ensure the continuing health of our congregations, so if you’re thinking of joining us in the building, please ensure not even a sniffle lurks…
We are sorry that spaces have to be booked, but in these transient times, we are trying to ensure we can worship safely in our public spaces. You can book for St John’s through their website. Please book through this website for St Peter & the Holy Rood.
The ministry team of the linked charge includes Eucharistic Ministers, Lay Readers, a Lay Preacher, a Deacon, an Assistant Curate, and the Priest in Charge. Between us, we offer a variety of services each week. The Sunday services from Thurso will be available on Zoom and Facebook, the midweek services are available on Zoom (please contact us through the website if interested), Morning and Evening Office are on Zoom and Facebook, and Night Office is available on Zoom.
The services from St Peter & the Holy Rood are on Zoom and Facebook. We hope you understand why the Zoom details are not on this public site. So if you would like to join in, please email or contact through this website.
The posts below are links to the reflections and the Curate’s Letters.
If you’re unable to be with us for in-building worship, then there is the Virtual Chapel.
- The Baptism of our Lord
- Welcome: Reflection – The Baptism of Our Lord
- The essence of God
- Remembrance Sunday, 2020
- November 1st 2020 – All Saints/All Souls
Our people are beginning to gather publicly for worship once again. Stringent measures are in place to allow this to happen.
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 17:00, 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