The story of how a young woman who discovered the Prayer Book at the age of 11 went on to work for the benefit of local labourers, set up a Sunday school and see it established as a mission church – now All Saints – before her death in 1864 at the age of 35.
A 21-year old student nurse who is the only girl to have studied primary and secondary education on Likoma Island has been awarded a university scholarship by the Diocese of Northern Malawi.
The Gaelic Books Council has published a new collection of poems by a member of All Saints, the distinguished poet Catriona Montgomery McLaughlin (Catrìona NicGumaraid NicLachlainn).
We hope you can join us! Plant Sale and Coffee Morning. West End Festival.
Our Tea and Talk series resumed on Thursday, February 1, when Rebecca Tavener introduced us to St Brigid of Kildare, also known as Brige or Brigantia or Bride.
Wishing everyone a very happy Christmas.
More than 120 people attended this evening’s Christian Aid Carol Service in which Hutchesons’ Grammar School Junior Choir participated. A most enjoyable and uplifting service. Thanks to all who attended and took part.
We grew up very familiar with the Christmas story, writes JB. The journey to Bethlehem as demanded by the census, the lack of accommodation when they got there and the subsequent birth of Jesus in a stable, and being laid in a manger because there was ‘no crib for a bed’. The star, angels announcing…
Following the selection and appointment by four Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church of the Reverend Canon Anne Dyer as Bishop of Aberdeen and Orkney on 9 November, there are now serious questions being asked about the process. The Rector of St Margaret’s, Aberdeen, the Very Reverend Dr Emsley Nimmo, immediately resigned from his role…
The people of Christ Church, Harris, announced today that they will no longer remain under the oversight of the bishop of Argyll and the Isles, the Right Reverend Kevin Pearson. This follows his decision to support the change to the canons of the Scottish Episcopal Church which introduced of same-sex marriage. The congregation made it…
The Episcopal Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church today elected the Rev Canon Anne Dyer as the new Bishop of Aberdeen & Orkney. Canon Dyer has been Rector of Holy Trinity church, Haddington, since 2011. Her wider church involvement includes being a member of the Scottish Episcopal Institute Council and a member of General Synod….
More than 80 people joined Glasgow Cathedral Choral Society for their annual Come & Sing event at All Saints on Saturday 16 September, tackling Brahms’ lush and moving German Requiem.