Old Testament, New Testament and Gospel readings for Sundays this month, with links to ‘Poirot’ actor David Suchet reading the Bible passages. We also remember those whose Year’s Mind falls this month, and those who we’re called to hold before God in the Diocesan and Anglican Cycles of Prayer.
Sermon by Rev Sydney Maitland for Sunday 2 February 2020.
I suppose that this is the lull before whatever comes next, writes Rev Sydney Maitland. In our lessons in church this is the period after the Epiphany and before Lent. In the diocese we have a bishop-elect whose translation to the diocese is expected to be in May and who will have the summer to…
An update from the Barnabas Fund, which offers hope and aid to the persecuted church. News this month from Norway, Russia, Nigeria, Kenya and Myanmar. Please pray for our brothers and sisters who are persecuted for their faith.
Sermon by Rev Sydney Maitland for Sunday 26 January 2020.
Primates from 33 of the Anglican Communion’s 40 provinces met in Jordan from January 13-15 for the last full primates’ meeting before the 2020 Lambeth Conference of Bishops.
Sermon by Rev Sydney Maitland for Sunday 19 January 2020.
The Right Reverend Kevin Pearson was today elected as the new Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway. Bishop Kevin is currently the Bishop of Argyll and The Isles and his election to Glasgow and Galloway represents a historic “translation” of a Bishop from one See to another. The See of Glasgow and Galloway became vacant in…
A dedication service for the Memorial Garden of the former Holy Cross Episcopal Church in Knightswood will be held on February 8 at the Garden’s new location in the grounds of St Bride’s, Hyndland. All are invited. The Diocese announced in April last year that the Garden would be moved, with proper reverence, following the deconsecration of Holy Cross.
Sermon by Rev Sydney Maitland for Sunday 12 January 2020.
Sermon by Rev Sydney Maitland for Sunday 5 January 2020.
‘If the world is changed for the better – no matter how small the change – how happy would that make you?’