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Spiritual Resources

During this Coronavirus pandemic, along with the rest of the Scottish Episcopal Church and many other denominations, St Peter’s has suspended its usual pattern of worship. Our buildings may be closed, but our Church is not. Each Sunday we now meet online. 

All our services that have been recorded since lockdown can be found on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHhYHVFO1hqHLPo4GtFjG_A

Sunday 28th June: 10.45am: St Peter’s Day:

This service is based around 1 Peter 2: 19-25 and Matthew 16: 13-19.

Our Rector, Rev Nick Wills led the service (along with lots of different members of our church) and preached. The title of the sermon is ‘The Rock’: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=By6Umh0Mn58

For the summary of the Congregational Responses to the Reflection Questions, see: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/sunday-28th-june-st-peters-day-the-rock-with-the-congregational-thoughts-on-the-reflective-questions

Sunday 21st June: 10.45am: Pentecost 3: Rev Nick Wills led this Service of the Word, and Rev Sue Whitehouse preached. The title of the sermon is: ‘Laments & Dreams’: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHhYHVFO1hqHLPo4GtFjG_A

The Sunday morning Eucharist for Pentecost 3 from the SEC has been prepared by the worship leaders at St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh, with the Rt Rev Dr John Armes presiding. He was joined digitally by the Provost, Vice-Provost, and the Cathedral Chaplain: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/broadcast-sunday-worship/

A Joint Prayer offering hope during feelings of powerlessness, offered by churches across Scotland: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/a-joint-prayer-offering-hope-during-feelings-of-powerlessness

Please visit our Blog, and Facebook page for previous services and updates.


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Due to the Covid-19, the office is currently closed, but you can email us. Scottish Charity Number: SC017358

St Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church: Rector: Rev Nick Wills

14 Lutton Place



0131 662 9171



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