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The Scottish Episcopal Church is diverse in its tradition, outlook and culture.  Such diversity enriches the Church and is expressed in warm relationships of mutual respect for one another.

Firmly rooted in the life of Scotland and part of its rich history, the Scottish Episcopal Church is also deeply committed to its membership of the world-wide Anglican Communion, which is a family of over 70 million Christians in more than 160 countries.

The Scottish Episcopal Church is a Province of the Anglican Communion.  Within the Province there are seven areas (known as Dioceses) which cover mainland Scotland and the Islands. Each Diocese is overseen by a Bishop.


The Dioceses are: Aberdeen & Orkney; Argyll & The Isles; Edinburgh;  Glasgow& Galloway; Brechin;  Moray, Ross & Caithness and St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane.

The ABC Saints churches are in the Diocese of St Andrews, Dunkeld & Dunblane




Please check the individual church details from the main menu above for information on the arrangements for worship and prayer in person that are in place in each  of the charges






















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We seek to be:

People of worship who rejoice in God Light to the world that reflects Christ

Community of love that reveals the Spirit



ABC Saints welcomes and invites you to come and share our services and find out more about our vision and purpose. We believe in family life, in nurturing the individual and building relationships within the community. We commit ourselves to Jesus's message of hope and love. We believe in baptism by water and the Holy Spirit and encourage everyone on their journey of faith.

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Daily Hope

Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line

An Act of Spiritual Communion

As an alternative to meeting together. You may wish to find a space for prayer in front of a cross, a candle, or a special place. You might choose to make your Spiritual Communion at a particular time of day, or after viewing a live streamed service.

Online Worship from the Scottish Episcopal Church

Eucharist services are live streamed over Youtube at 11am on Sunday. They can also be accessed by telephone. Recordings of these services are then available to view on SEC Youtube channel.


Daily Offices of the Scottish Episcopal Church

It is an important part of the tradition and spiritual life of the SEC that prayer is offered throughout the day. You are invited to join this round of devotion and praise, to strengthen your own spiritual life with God. The Offices may be prayed either alone or in Church with others.


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Inspires Online

The free e- newsletter from the Scottish Episcopal Church 

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