Welcome!to St Peter's Lutton Place
Christian communityon the south side of Edinburgh
Historic building & hallsopen to all
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We are delighted to announce that we have Eucharist Services in the building of St Peter’s. We greatly enjoy worshipping together again, and all are very welcome!
Sundays at 10.45am: This Eucharist service follows a shortened version of the 1982 Liturgy. No congregational or choral singing is currently allowed, but hopefully it will be soon. The service is recorded to put onto YouTube to premiere at 6.30pm that evening.
Thursdays at 11am: This Eucharist Service follows a shortened Communion Service from The Scottish Prayer Book. It is all conducted by the Clergy and has no sermon or music.
All our services that have been recorded since lockdown can be found on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHhYHVFO1hqHLPo4GtFjG_A
When attending services we ask:
- everyone wears face masks / coverings
- as the seat cushions have been removed, you are welcome to bring your own cushion. Please just remember to take it away with you again!
- if you require the use of the disabled access, please enter via the Clergy Vestry door, and ring the bell on that door when you arrive.
- all who attend are required to complete the consent form for the NHS ‘Test & Protect’. These details are kept for 21 days.
Giving to St Peter’s: This pandemic poses a major challenge to our ongoing finances. If you are able to help by contributing financially to aid the continuation of the work of God in St Peter’s, we would be enormously grateful. Please click here for more information or donate to St Peter’s: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/giving-to-st-peters
Sea Change Challenge: 18th-31st October: (SEA: Sustainable. Ethical. Awareness.): Organised by Kristee, our Community Development Officer, there is one more week being devoted to encouraging those who wish to shop a little more mindfully, in consideration of our planet and of our fellow humans. For more information, see our webpage: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/sea-change-challenge-18th-31st-october-2020 If you would still like to get involved, please contact Kristee and she can still send you each daily challenge!
Sunday 25th October: 10.45 / Thursday 29th October: 11am: Pentecost 21
The service for Pentecost 21 is based around readings from The first letter of Paul to the Thessalonians: 1 Thessalonians 2: 1-8 and Matthew 22: 34-46.
Rev Sue Whitehouse, our Associate Priest is leading the Sunday service. It will recorded and uploaded onto YouTube from 6.30pm on Monday: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHhYHVFO1hqHLPo4GtFjG_A
Sunday 18th October: 10.45 / Thursday 22nd October: 11am: Pentecost 20
The service for Pentecost 20 is based around readings from The first letter of Paul to the Thessalonians: 1 Thessalonians 1: 1-10 and Matthew 22: 1-14.
On Sunday morning, 18th October, we welcomed Pall Singh to preach. Pall is a former CMS Mission Partner and now the Director of Building Bridges in Edinburgh which enables organisations and faith groups towards a better understanding of the South Asian, Black and Ethnic minority communities in the City. He is the Co-coordinator of Bethany’s Befriending Service, ‘Passing the Baton’ for the homeless and the Faithful Friends project with Edinburgh Interfaith Association.
Rev Nick Wills, our Rector, presided for the Eucharist services, and Pall Singh preached during the Sunday morning. The Sunday service was recorded and uploaded onto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXlTIGu8qQ4
SEC Services: This Sunday morning Eucharist from the SEC can be found here: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/broadcast-sunday-worship/
Sunday 11th October: 10.45 / Thursday 15th October: 11am: Harvest Festival.
Our Rector, Rev Nick Wills, presides for these Eucharist services. The Sunday service was recorded and uploaded onto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aNDjfjAz1Ew
For the Readings, Collect, Year’s Mind, the Order of Service for Harvest, and more information see: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/sunday-11th-october-thursday-15th-october-harvest-festival
The October issue of our Magazine, News & Views, is available here: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/news-views-october-2020
Get in touch
Due to Covid-19, the office is not open as often as it usually is. You can email us, or leave a phone message, but please note that phone messages may take a couple days to be answered. Scottish Charity Number: SC017358
St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church: Rector: Rev Nick Wills
14 Lutton Place
0131 662 9171
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