Jane Haining

Jane Haining

Scottish missionary Jane Haining is to be included in the Scottish Episcopal Church’s liturgical calendar “on account of her faith-filled life and example that saw her die in the Nazi Concentration camp of Auschwitz Birkenau”.  General Synod carried a motion from the Faith & Order Board that Ms Haining be added to the calendar of […]

Action plan on Climate Change to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030

Action plan on Climate Change to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2030

Following a motion at last year’s Synod for a programme of actions to be brought to General Synod 2021 to resource the SEC in working towards the 2030 goal, the Church in Society Committee’s Technical Group on Climate Change presented a programme along with useful resources “aimed to equip the whole church for the urgent […]

Moving On

Moving On

The Rector informed the congregations in person and on line that she will be leaving All Saints at the end of August, this morning 6th June, the diocesan announcement is below. The Rt Rev Kevin Pearson, Bishop of the United Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway, is pleased to announce the appointment of the Rev Kirstin […]

+Anne and St Magnus Way Pilgrimage

+Anne and St Magnus Way Pilgrimage

Bishop Anne Dyer, the bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney is currently walking the St Magnus Way. The route begins on the small island of Egilsay where Magnus died and continues at Birsay on the mainland (the largest of the archipelago) where Magnus was originally buried ending in Kirkwall at St Magnus Cathedral where he was […]

Barbara Thompson RIP

Barbara Thompson RIP

Barbara’s funeral service will take place on Thursday 29th April at 1:45 pm. Family only will attend the service however if you wish to join them to pay your respects you may do so using the link below. Barbara Thompson | We Stream It Funeral (westreamitfunerals.co.uk) The liturgy is available as a pdf below.

Duke of Edinburgh RIP

Duke of Edinburgh RIP

This bishop writes: As we reflect on the long life of The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, it is important to remember that duty is that facet of love, which sustains us in our lives, when the glamour, or the excitement, or the self-gratification, or being the centre of attention, disappear in our relationships. Most […]

Worshipping at All Saints

Worshipping at All Saints

There are two options for worshipping at our 10.30am Sunday service.   You can either worship at All Saints or join the live streaming via zoom. Masks remain compulsory within the buildings. You will be requested to use the hand sanitizers upon entry and when leaving either the church or the halls. Also before and after […]

Chrsitian Aid: Rose’s daily grind becomes the E group’s challenge

Chrsitian Aid: Rose’s daily grind becomes the E group’s challenge

During the past year many of us have found great enjoyment and benefit from walking in the countryside. We do it by choice, not necessity, and probably not every day. However, as climate change brings increasing problems to many of the most vulnerable eco systems and poorest communities, there are people like Rose, aged 67, […]

An Easter Message from +Kevin

An Easter Message from +Kevin

‘He calls me by my name’. ‘Mary’ – It was to Mary Magdalene that Jesus first proclaimed that he had risen from the dead and he did that simply, quietly, gently but confidently by calling her ‘Mary.’  How do we know the power of the resurrection in our own lives?  Simply remember – ‘He calls […]

Bishop Kevin's Lent Message

Bishop Kevin’s Lent Message

Dear Friends, Hope is much more than mere optimism: that is the lesson of faith and that is why Lent is the Season of Opportunity. Optimism, that feeling, view of life, that everything will work out well and that things can only get better and we have a right to expect everything to go well. […]