News by category
All news entries in the montrose-st-marys-and-st-peters category:
Holy Week Services in the Diocese
Burns Night Youth Sleepover
Papers published for Diocesan Synod 2022
New Priest for Muchalls and Stonehaven
The Reverend Mary Jepp has been announced as the priest and transitional minster who will serve St Ternan’s Muchalls and St James’ Stonehaven.
New Priest for Episcopal Churches in Carnoustie and Monifieth
Bishop Andrew and the vestries of the Church of the Holy Rood, Carnoustie and Holy Trinity, Monifieth are delighted to announce that the Revd Martin Allwood has been selected to be the new priest to lead and serve these church communities on the Angus coast.
New Provost for St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee
Bishop Andrew and the vestry of St Paul’s Cathedral, Dundee are delighted to announce that the next Provost of the Cathedral is to be the Revd Canon Dr Elizabeth Thomson.
In lockdown we can find ways to worship online. Many churches in the diocese are Zooming or gathering in similar ways.
A Season of Pilgrimage
A Provincial wide year of Pilgrimage was planned for 2020 but like much else because of the Covid virus any plans made have had to be deferred or cancelled. The Bishops have now announced that there will be a Season of Pilgrimage beginning on 6th January, the Feast of the Epiphany and will continue until 2022.
Spotlight on Dundee: Lockdown News from St Luke’s Café Church, Dundee.
Reasons To Be Cheerful at St Luke’s Downfield, Dundee.
National Day of Prayer
Online Worship on Sundays
Diocese of Brechin People News
St Ninian’s, Dundee Events
All Saints’, Glencarse Festive Events
Dundee East UK Parliamentary Constituency Hustings 5 December 2019 7pm-9pm at St Ninian’s Church.
Tayside Organists’ Society
St Mary Magdalene’s Church Open Day
All Soul’s, Invergowrie Strawberry Fayre
St Lukes, Dundee Summer Fayre & Dog Show
Open Day & BBQ St Drostan’s Church Lodge
Rev Dr Chigor Chike, Vicar of Emmanuel Church Forest Gate - Mission & Social Justice Saturday 18 May
St Pauls Cathedral Saturday Concerts
SECMA Fundraising Musical Afternoon
Diocese of Brechin – Chapter News
South Sudan: A talk By Catherine Meikle
St. Ninian’s Lent and Holy Week
All Saints’ Glencarse Programme
St Pauls Cathedral Lunchtime Concerts
St James Church, Stonehaven Tree of Life
All Soul’s, Invergowrie Coffee Morning
St Lukes Church Christmas Night Market
St Lukes Church Prize Bingo
St James Church, Stonehaven Tree of Life
Confirmations St Ninians, Dundee
A dark day for Dundee
Pumpkin Festival St Lukes, Dundee
Dundee Nativity 2018
St. Francis-tide Holy Rood Carnousite
Bishop Andrew Swift - Blog Link
Charity Christmas Fayre
Who’s been sleeping in my breakfast?
Place for Hope Training
We Need To Talk About Dying: A Workshop for Clergy and Authorised Persons 26 September 2018
Diocese of Brechin Announce New Bishop
Message from the Primus
The Friends of the Caird Hall Organ ‘Come and Sing with Paul Mealor’ Saturday 29 September
Glen ‘18 Glenalmond College, Perthshire
Dundee Nativity 2017
Bishop Forbes Evensong
Bishop of Brechin Vacancy Advert
The Electoral Process Begins
Bishop Nigel’s Farewell Service
OSCR - Scottish Charity Regulator Update
Easter Message from Bishop Nigel Peyton
The Kindness of Conversation
Bishop announces his retirement
Job Vacancy - Scottish Episcopal Church Digital Communications Co-ordinator (part time) Edinburgh
Inter Faith Dialogue
The True Cost of Christmas
Leadership not Leaders
Bishop Argues for ‘Religious Literacy’
The Best Things in the Worst Times
Should we stay or should we go?
Diocesan Centre Opens
Bishop Nigel at General Synod
Forgiveness is a big ask - Bishop Nigel comments on Hillsborough Disaster Inquest Findings
Sea Sunday 10 July 2016
Show Me What Love Is
Bishop of Brechin Lent Talks 2016
True Christmas Costs Nothing
Bishop Nigel visits Scottish Parliament
No rain in Swaziland
Mission to Seafarers Woolly Hat Day 2015
October Brechin Bulletin
Bishop on Assisted Living not Dying
Refugee Crisis- What are we doing?
Who is my neighbour?
The sun shines on St Drostan’s
Designer Labels - Cathedral Confirmation
A Prayer for Politics
Cathedral hits the jackpot
Saints and Sinners
Synod Agenda Announced
Bishops’ Lent Appeal
Reverend Kenneth Gibson to be Licensed as Priest-in-Charge of Holy Trinity Church, Monifieth
Christmas Night Light in Dundee
Announcing Appointments, Retirals and those leaving for pastures new in the Diocese of Brechin
St Luke’s New Approach to Worship
Have faith in the future - Bishop Nigel’s article on the Scottish Referendum in today’s Courier
Fruits of nature in due season - Bishop Nigel’s recent article in the Courier and Advertiser
Women’s Retreat 2014 - The Pilgrim Way
Cascade Conversation - A discussion on same sex relationships in the Scottish Episcopal Church
Bishop Nigel’s Easter Message
Speaking in Holy Week, Bishop Nigel relives being on terraces at the Hillsborough disaster in 1989
New Lay Reader for Brechin Diocese
The medium is the message
Bishop Nigel in Regeneration Video
Is God calling you to Brechin Diocese?
Diocesan Synod 1 March 2014
New Manager at St Margaret’s Home
Home Care Based Project Update
Bishop Nigel’s New Year message
Saying farewell to Nelson Mandela
A Christmas Message from Bishop Nigel
Vacancy for Caretaker/Verger
Experienced full-time Manager required
On the road…. Diocese Youth Event
Fun at the Diocese Sunday School Picnic
Bishop Nigel’s recent article in Dundee Courier - Designer Labels
Published in Dundee Courier on 6th February 2013
Bishop Nigel’s Book Published
Thursday 14 March
Change of Diocesan Registrar
Companion Diocese of Iowa
Three Dioceses: A Companion Journey
Bishop Nigel reflects on his recent visits to Iowa and Swaziland. This article appeared recently in the Diocese of Iowa Newsletter.
Brechin Bulletin - February 2013
The February edition of the Brechin Bulletin is now available to view.
Andrew McHutchison, late organist of St Luke’s, Dundee
The Diocese is sad to learn of the death of Andrew McHutchison, organist at St Luke’s, Downfield, Dundee, for 20 years.
Recommitting our energies to the year ahead
Bishop Nigel writes: 'The massacre by Adam Lanza of twenty primary school children and six staff in Connecticut just before Christmas shocked us all, raising many uncomfortable questions about guns and violence, video games and family life which are relevant here in Britain also.'
New Dean for the Diocese of Brechin
The Rt Rev Dr Nigel Peyton, Bishop of Brechin, has today announced his appointment of the Rev Dr Francis Bridger as Dean of the Diocese of Brechin, and says 'Dr Bridger brings a long and wide experience of Anglican Church life and ministry development and I look forward to working with him in the Diocese of Brechin.'
Welcome to our new website
Welcome to the Diocese of Brechin's new website, launched on 11 December 2012.
New musical director sought for St Andrew’s Brechin
An appeal from St Andrew's Brechin for a musical director to assist the development of its junior choir.
Advent: Preparing for Christmas
An Advent reflection by Bishop Nigel: 'At this time of year, even amidst a recession, Dundee’s winter lights twinkle in the city centre and the commercial aspects of Christmas press in on us through enticing TV advertisements and shop windows. In a scene repeated in households across Courier country, at Bishops House we are gathering this year’s ‘must have’ presents, ready for our grandchildren’s Christmas visit.'
Thanks to outgoing Bishop’s Secretary Jean Kelty
Jean Kelty retires as Bishop’s Secretary at the end of December. She has served the diocese for five and a half years having started with Bishop John Mantle in June 2007.
First Among Equals: a new book on Scottish Episcopal bishops
Edward Luscombe and Stuart Donald have between them produced a book under this title, which is subtitled 'Bishops who have held the Office of Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church from 1704 to 2012'.
‘It is done! Welcome, Bishop Ellinah!’
'It is done! Welcome, Bishop Ellinah!' With these words the Rt Rev Thabo Makgoba, Archbishop of Cape Town and Primate of the Province of Southern Africa, announced the news that the consecration of the Rev Ellinah Wamukoya as Bishop of Swaziland, one of our companion dioceses, had taken place on Saturday 17 November.
Bishop Nigel’s visit to Iowa
Bishop Nigel reflects on his recent visit to our Companion Diocese in Iowa.
Commemoration of Bishop Alexander Penrose Forbes
A sermon given by The Rt Rev’d Brian Smith, former Bishop of Edinburgh to commemorate Bishop Alexander Penrose Forbes.
‘Do this in remembrance of me’
A reflection by the Rev Canon Dr John Cuthbert.
In memory of the Rev Joyce Mumford
Excerpts from the funeral address given by Rev’d Paddy Allen on 3 October 2012.
Diocesan communications day
On 29 September at St Mary’s Arbroath about twenty people attended this opportunity to learn more about current methods of communication, but focusing particularly on modern electronic media.
October is here, the nights are drawing in and the autumn television schedules are upon us. Another season of The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing and all manner of celebrity-led and so-called reality shows beckon us to the sofa.
New priests at St Mary’s, Broughty Ferry
On Saturday, 22 September Professor Francis Bridger and his wife Helen were instituted as Rector and Associate rector respectively of St Mary’s, Broughty Ferry.
Same sex marriage legislation
The Scottish Government has announced its intention to legislate for same sex marriage by 2015. Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said that she will work with the UK government to amend equality laws to protect churches from having to officiate at those unions unwillingly.
Woman Bishop elected in companion Diocese of Swaziland
Our Companion Diocese of Swaziland made history in July when it elected Rev Ellinah Wamukoya as Bishop – the first woman bishop in the Anglican Province of Southern Africa. I have written to her to say how delighted I am with the news and to wish her every blessing in her new ministry.
Getting involved with Messy Church
Reuben Addis introduces Messy Church.