Spiritual Resources

We warmly welcome all to our services in church! They are held on Sundays at 9am & 10.45am, and at 11am on the first Thursday of the month.

After the 10.45am Sunday morning service all are welcome to share in fellowship over tea and coffee. Weather permitting, this is served outside, but if the weather is bad it is in the hall.

The Liturgies we use for our services are,

9am Sunday Services, and at 11am on the first Thursday of the month. A service of Holy Communion using a shortened Liturgy from The Scottish Prayer Book. These services use traditional language, and have no music or sermon.

10.45am Sunday service. A service of Holy Communion using a shortened 1982 Liturgy. This uses modern language, with choir and some congregational singing.

Following Government regulations the wearing of face masks is still required, and that all who attend have signed the Track and Trace consent form. Forms are available at the door. Wishing to ensure everyone continues to feel safe, we also ask that the congregation keep socially distanced and continue to follow the one-way system around the church. During the Sunday 10.45am service, the choir are singing again, and the congregation now also greatly enjoy singing three congregational hymns, and the Sanctus and Benedictus. This is from the St Helen Mass by Joanna Forbes L’Estrange

Sunday 24th October: Pentecost 22

The October magazine, News & Views is available here: https://stpetersedinburgh.org/news-views-october-2021

All the Readings, Collect and Year’s Mind from 3rd January 2021 can be found here: http://stpetersedinburgh.org/readings-collect-years-mind-for-when-not-in-church

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

Any services that have been recorded in St Peter’s can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCHhYHVFO1hqHLPo4GtFjG_A

For those who wish to follow a service online, the weekly Scottish Episcopal Church Provincial Services can found online at: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/broadcast-sunday-worship/

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


May 10, 2016