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THE SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CHURCH is the Anglican Church in Scotland. It was disestablished in 1689 and during the eighteenth century its members were subject to severe Penal Statutes. Today it has seven dioceses and about 44,000 members. Parishes are listed alphabetically by location, under their diocese.

The Scottish Episcopal Church is a member of the World Council of Churches, Action by Churches Together in Scotland, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, and the Conference of European Churches.

Dioceses and parishes
Resources in the Scottish Episcopal Church


Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney
Aberdeen, St Andrew's Cathedral

Aberdeen (Bieldside), St Devenick
Aberdeen, St James
Aberdeen, St John
Aberdeen (Gallowgate), St Margaret
Aberdeen (Carden Place), St Mary
Aberdeen (Cove Bay), St Mary
Aberdeen, St Ninian
Aberdeen (West Hill), Trinity Church
Aboyne, St Thomas
Alford, St Andrew
Ballater, St Kentigern
Banchory, St Ternan
Banff, St Andrew
Braemar, St Ninian
Bucksburn, St Machar
Burravoe, St Colman
Cruden Bay, St James the Less
Cuminestone, St Luke
Ellon, St Mary on the Rock
Fetlar, Christ the Encompasser and All His Holy Angels
Fraserburgh, St Peter
Insch, St John
Inverurie, St Mary
Kemnay, St Anne
Kincardine O'Neil, Christ Church
Kirkwall, St Olaf
Lerwick (Shetland), St Magnus
Lonside, St John
New Pitsligo, St John the Evangelist
Peterhead, St Peter
Rhynie, St Mary, Auchindoir
Stromness, St Mary the Virgin
Turriff, St Congan
Whiterashes, All Saints
Woodhead, All Saints

Diocese of Argyll and The Isles
Millport, Cathedral of The Isles and Collegiate Church of the Holy Spirit
Oban, Cathedral Church of St John the Divine

Ballachulisch, St John
Campbelltown, St Kiaran
Dunoon, Holy Trinity Church
Eoropaidh, Isle of Lewis, St Moluag
Gruline, Isle of Mull, St Columba
Inveraray, All Saints
Lochgilphead, Christ Church
Nostie, St Donnan

The Scottish Episcopal Church on the Isle of Skye [St John, Caroy; St Columba, Portree; St Michael and All Angels, Raasay; St Mary, Sleet]
Stornoway, St Peter

Diocese of Brechin
Dundee, St Paul's Cathedral

Arbroath, St Mary
Brechin, St Andrew
Broughty Ferry, St Mary
Carnoustie, Holy Rood
Catterline, St Philip
Downfield, St Luke
Dundee, St John the Baptist and St Martin
Dundee (Lochee), St Margaret
Dundee, St Mary Magdalene
Dundee, St Ninian
Dundee, St Salvador
Dundee, University Chaplaincy

Glencarse, All Saints
Inverbervie, St David
Invergowrie, All Souls
Monifieth, Holy Trinity
Montrose, St Mary and St Peter
Muchalls, St Ternan
Portlethen, Bourtree Hall
Stonehaven, St James
Tarfside, St Drostan

Diocese of Edinburgh
Edinburgh, St Mary's Cathedral

Balerno, St Mungo
Bathgate, St Columba
Bo'ness, St Catharine
Coldstream, St Mary and All Souls
Dalkieth, Midlothian, St Mary
Dalmahoy, St Mary
Dunbar, St Anne
Duns, Christ Church
Edinburgh (Morningside), Christ Church
Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Anglican Chaplaincy and Society
Edinburgh (Clermiston), Emmanuel Church
Edinburgh (Murrayfield), Good Shepherd
Edinburgh, Holy Cross
Edinburgh, Old St Paul's
Edinburgh (South Queensferry), Priory Church
Edinburgh, St Columba by the Castle
Edinburgh (Colinton), St Cuthbert
Edinburgh, St James the Less
Edinburgh, St Philip and St James
Edinburgh (Princes St), St John the Evangelist
Edinburgh, St Margaret of Scotland
Edinburgh, St Martin
Edinburgh, St Michael and All Saints
Edinburgh (Balerno), St Mungo
Edinburgh (Comely Bank), St Ninian
Edinburgh (New Town), St Paul and St George
Edinburgh (Lutton Place) St Peter
Edinburgh (Gyle), St Thomas
Edinburgh (West): St Salvador
Falkirk, Christ Church
Grangemouth, St Mary
Haddington, Holy Trinity Church
Interleithen, St Andrew
Jedburgh, St John
Kelso, St Andrew
Lasswade, St Leonard
Leith, St James
Linlithgow, St Peter
Livingston, Livingston Ecumenical Parish [joint parish of the Scottish Episcopal Church, Church of Scotland, Methodist Church and United Reformed Church]
Melrose, Holy Trinity Church
North Edinburgh, St David of Scotland
Peebles, St Peter
Penicuik, St James the Less
Portobello, St Mark

Roslin, Rosslyn Chapel
Selkirk, St John

West Linton, St Mungo

Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway
Glasgow, St Mary's Cathedral

Airdrie, St Paul and St John the Evangelist
Alexandria, St Mungo
Ardrossan, St Andrew
Ayr, Holy Trinity
Bearsden, All Saints
Bishopbriggs, St James the Less
Bridge of Weir, St Mary
Castle Douglas, St Ninian
Challoch, All Saints
Clarkston, St Aidan
Cumbernauld, Holy Name
Dalbeattie, Christ Church
Dumbarton, St Augustine
Dumfries, St John the Evangelist
East Kilbride, St Mark
Gatehouse of Fleet, St Mary
Girvan, St John
Glasgow, Jordan Hill, All Saints, Jordan Hill
Glasgow, East End Team Ministry
Glasgow, Hyndland, St Bride
Glasgow, Ballieston, St John
Glasgow, Dennistoun, St Kentigern
Glasgow, Newlands, St Margaret
Glasgow, Possil Park, St Matthew
Glasgow, Pollockshields, St Ninian
Glasgow, Kings Park, St Oswald
Glasgow, Shettleston, St Serf
Gourock, St Bartholomew
Greenock, St John
Hamilton, St Mary

Helensburgh, St Michael and All Angels
Hillington, Church of the Good Shepherd
Irvine, St Andrew
Kilmarnock, Holy Trinity
Kirkcudbright, Greyfriars
Lanark, Christ Church
Largs, St Columba
Lenzie, St Cyprian
Maybole, St Oswald
Milngavie, St Andrew
Motherwell and Wishaw Ministry
Paisley, Holy Trinity and St Barnabas
Prestwick, St Ninian
Renfrew, St Margaret
Stranraer, St John

Troon, St Ninian

Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness
Inverness, St Andrew's Cathedral

Aberlour, St Margaret
Arpafeelie, St John
The Auld Kirk of East Sutherland & Tain [St Andrew's, Tain; St Finnbarr’s, Dornoch; St Columba’s Episcopal Church, Brora]
Cromarty, St Regulus
Culloden, St Mary in the Fields and Raigmore Hospital
Dingwall, St James
Elgin, Holy Trinity Church
Fochabers, Gordon Chapel
Fortrose, St Andrew
Forres, St John the Evangelist
Glenurquhart, St Ninian
Grantown-on-Spey, St Columba
Inverness, St Nessa
Inverness, St John the Evangelist
Inverness, St Michael and All Angels

Isla Deveron Churches
LEAD Cluster [St Margaret, Lossiemouth; Holy Trinity, Elgin; St Margaret, Aberlour; St Michael, Dufftown]
Nairn, St Columba
The Northwest Charge [St Mary the Virgin, Ullapool; St Mary by the Cross, Tongue; St Boniface, Achiltibuie; St Gilbert's, Lochinver; St Gilbert's, Kinlochbervie]
Poolewe, St Maelrubha
Rothiemurchus, St John the Baptist
Strathnairn, St Paul
Strathpeffer, St Anne
Tain, St Andrew
Thurso, St Peter and The Holy Rood
Ullapool, St Mary
Wick, St John the Evangelist

Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane
Perth, St Ninian's Cathedral

ABC Saints Group [St Ninian, Aylth; St Michael, Ballintum; St Catharine, Blairgowrie; St Anne, Coupar Angus]
Aberfoyle, St Mary
Auchterarder, St Kessog
Bridge of Allan, St Saviour
Burntisland, St Serf
Callander, St Andrew
Cupar, St James the Great
Dollar, St James the Great
Dunblane, St Mary
Dunfermline, Holy Trinity
Dunkeld with Birnam, St Mary
East Neuk Episcopal Churches
Elie, St Michael and All Angels
Falkirk, Christ Church
Fife, All Souls
Fife, Central Fife Episcopal Churches [St Finnian, Lochgelly; St Margaret, Leven; St Luke, Glenrothes]
Forfar, St John
Glenrothes, St Luke the Evangelist
Inverkeithing, St Peter
Kilmaveonaig, St Adamnan
Kinross, St Paul
Kirkcaldy, St Peter
Kirriemuir, St Mary
Ladybank, St Mary
Lochgelly, St Finnian
Newport on Tay, St Mary
Perth, St John the Baptist
Pitlochry, Holy Trinity Church
Pittenweem, St John
Rosyth, St Margaret
St Andrews, All Saints
St Andrews, St Andrew
Stanley, St Columba
Strathearn Churches [St Angus, St Columba, St Serf]
Stirling, Holy Trinity

Tayport, St Margaret of Scotland


St Mary's College
University of St Andrews offers an MLitt via internet-based education, in addition to its standard courses.

Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church, Edinburgh
'has oversight of ministerial formation, training and development within the Scottish Episcopal Church, and the Methodist Church in Scotland.'

University of St Andrews, Scotland - School of Divinity
Now offering postgraduate M.Litt theology degree by on-line distance learning.

Resources in the Scottish Episcopal Church
(Note: since there have been many historical connections between Scotland and England, and modern-day Scotland shares a national government with modern-day England, it is useful to also refer to: ''Resources in the Church of England'.)

The Bield at Blackruthven
'If you'd like a quiet place for rest and relaxation, or for prayer, reflection and healing, you'll find Blackruthven an inviting setting. Individuals or couples, families or groups are welcome for day visits or longer stays.' Affiliated with the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane.

Bishop's House
'An Episcopalian retreat house on the Isle of Iona'.

Changing Attitude Scotland
'a network of people, gay and straight, lay and ordained, working for the full affirmation of lesbian and gay Christians within the Scottish Episcopal Church and the wider Anglican Communion.'

The Coracle Trust
A forward-thinking and encouraging Edinburgh-based organisation providing people in the 20-40 age bracket 'with a context to live and explore the Christian life in the everyday world.' Founded in 2001 by Kenny and Bridget Macaulay, two priests of the Scottish Episcopal Church.

Daily Prayer from the Scottish Episcopal Church

Emmaus House, Edinburgh
'home to a small residential Christian community, [...] open to the challenges and joys of living, praying and growing together. We're inspired by the Benedictine spirit of finding wholeness through attentiveness to both people and the so-called "ordinary things" of our lives – the sacredness of everyone and everything.'

Episcopal Cursillo in Scotland
'Cursillo in Scotland is a province-wide movement within the Scottish Episcopal Church, working in consultation with the College of Bishops.'

Forward in Faith, Scotland
The Scottish branch of this well-known umbrella organisation.

The Friends of the Cathedral of the Isles
'exist to support the Provost and Warden of the Cathedral of The Isles and the College of the Holy Spirit in their work on Cumbrae. This includes involvement in a busy schedule of activities from music to photography, to yoga and retreats.'

Glasgow and Galloway Mothers' Union

Island Retreats Ltd
'runs Bishops House Iona, an Anglican retreat house on the isle of Iona, the historic heart of Scottish Christianity. We also run the College of the Holy Spirit, a conference center and retreat house on the isle of Cumbrae a short way from Glasgow.'

The Mothers' Union, Scotland
'an active, forward-looking organisation in a modern changing world'.

Scottish Anglican
'represents concerned clergy and lay people from all over Scotland, who are committed to the catholic, charismatic and evangelical renewal of the church.'

The Scottish Christian
A wonderful site for all Christians in Scotland includes lists of churches of all denominations, news, events, a newsletter, and a weblog.

The Scottish Guild of Servers
'We are a fellowship of lay persons - men and women, young and old - linked together by ideals of reverence, devotion and service in the Sanctuary. We are present at the altar during celebrations of the Holy Eucharist, praying with the celebrant and giving such practical assistance as will enable the service to be conducted with due dignity.'

The Scottish Prayer Book Society
'came into being in 1996 as an independent body, having been known previously as the Prayer Book Society (Scotland)'.

Steps on the Way: The Journey of the Scottish Episcopal Church
'consists of a chronological history of the Scottish Episcopal Church from 1513-2013, with each of the century chapters beginning and ending with a vignette, or snapshot, of a moment in that century'.

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