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Christmas at Old Saint Paul’s

You are welcome to join us at all our Christmas services. Christmas Eve – Tuesday 24 December 4.00pm A Christmas Eve Service for All Ages 11.30pm Midnight Mass by candlelight   Christmas Day – Wednesday 25 December 10.30am High Mass

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Vacancy – Church Administrator

  This vacancy is now closed.   We are looking for a new Church Administrator for 15 hours a week. The successful candidate will have excellent computer skills and be proficient in Microsoft Office managing a database using accounting software. The role will include preparing weekly service sheets gathering blank rotas for clergy, readers and…

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Remembrance Sunday at Old Saint Paul’s

Each Remembrance Sunday since 2014, we have remembered those connected with Old Saint Paul’s who died 100 years ago as a result of the First World War. Each of their names are inscribed on the wall of our Memorial Chapel. This year we conclude with those who died following the First World War due to…

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Edinburgh festival season at Old Saint Paul’s

This year during the festival season at Old Saint Paul’s there will be Festival Masses a concert series. Festival Masses All four Sundays at OSP are Festival Masses. The services will include three guest preachers, with the fourth our own David Todd. Sunday 4 August – Very Rev Michael Sadgrove, Dean Emeritus of Durham, and…

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New Rector for Old Saint Paul’s

We are delighted to announce that a new Rector has been selected for Old Saint Paul’s, Fr John McLuckie. Fr John will be joining us in October, from St Mary’s Cathedral, Edinburgh where he has been Vice-Provost since 2012. Fr John grew up in the North East of Scotland and was ordained in the Episcopal…

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Vacancy – Rector of Old Saint Paul’s, Edinburgh

  This vacancy is now closed.   This historic church is situated in the centre of Scotland’s capital city. We are a thriving congregation in the Anglo-Catholic tradition, where diversity and equality are valued. We are looking for a Rector who will inspire, inform and guide people on their spiritual journey sustain and further our…

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Holy Week and Easter at Old Saint Paul’s

ONE OF THE FIRST ANNUAL EVENTS OF THE CHRISTIAN YEAR, after the celebration of the resurrection on every Sunday or Lord’s Day, was a commemoration of Christ’s dying and rising at the time of the Jewish Passover. This celebration is the origin of our Easter Vigil, a service which celebrates Easter and the Cross, but…

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Lent at Old Saint Paul’s

Lent is the forty days before Easter Day, a time for self examination and penitence, a time to discover and remove the self-made barriers that keep us from God.  It is a time to concentrate on values and priorities, and not a time for self punishment. We mark the season of Lent by giving up…

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Flowers for Easter

This Easter, if you would like to remember someone who has died, or to give thanks for an anniversary or other gift, we would like to invite you to make a donation for some flowers in commemoration. The minimum donation is £4 per stem per name, please. You can donate by either of two methods:…

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