• Canon Lynsay Downs reflects on the experiences of social restrictions because of COVID-19 from the perspective of disability theologies.

    The Scottish Episcopal Church decided, the week before lockdown began, that the best way to love its adherents and their families was to close church buildings to public worship, encouraging people to stay at home. This decision has been understood in many ways, from over-cautious and unnecessary, to fearful and uncaring but it was rooted […]

  • Bishop’s Lent Appeal 2020

    Say Yes to Less:  This Lent, the Bishop is encouraging everyone in the diocese to live more simply. The purpose of this appeal is to help us all, as individuals, vestries and congregations, to live in a more sustainable way. The intention is that we might consume less to the benefit of the planet and […]

     
  • CentrePost for February and March 2020 now available

    The CentrePost for February and March 2020 is available as a pdf from here  

     
  • Mothers’ Union Worldwide President at St. Andrew’s Cathedral

    The Mothers’ Union is a Christian organisation in the Anglican/Episcopal Church that has been supporting families worldwide for over 140 years, with over 4 million members in 84 countries. GOD Willing, the Mothers’ Union Aberdeen and Orkney Diocese will be welcoming our worldwide President – Mrs Sheran Harper, at the St. Andrew’s Cathedral Church Aberdeen, on […]