Category Archives: Eucharist

Marriage and sacrament

I’ve been writing lots of ‘other stuff’ for a week or so, partly in preparation for our congregational mission audit day on Sunday which is very much in the forefront of my mind just now.  But I’ve also been wanting to try to put … Continue reading

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St Michael

I was bowled over by the music at the rehearsal for Choral Eucharist at Holy Trinity this coming Thursday evening (7.30 pm, 29th Sept.).  We are celebrating the feast of St Michael and All Angels by gathering together the congregations … Continue reading

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Kissing lepers?

It started with the radio news scare of an e-coli  outbreak in Germany from Portugese organic cucumbers,  which distracted my mind before the early eucharist.  I’m not really paranoid,  but there are two family sagas of typhoid in our recent history which … Continue reading

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The Gathering

Yesterday was the second ‘Gathering’ of the diocese  in the Cathedral – a ‘Casting the Net’ event where we focussed on on of our Marks of Mission’, Rooted in prayer, word and sacrament.   It was a chance to go to … Continue reading

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Gaudeamus igitur

I’ve experienced quite a bit of academic liturgy this year – two family graduations (one lasting all day in two different institutions) and today, the graduation of students from the Theological Institute of the Scottish Episcopal Church (TISEC) in Perth Cathedral. … Continue reading

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