"Seven whole days, not one in seven, I will praise Thee"
Worship lies at the heart of community life in St Andrew's Cathedral, shaped by the rich tradition of Anglican liturgy. The Cathedral is close to the spot where the world wide Anglican Communion was born, when in 1784 Scottish bishops consecrated Samuel Seabury to be the United States of America's first Bishop. The present congregation reflects this international character, thanks in part to the Aberdeen oil industry which has drawn personnel from all over the world. Please join us for for a spiritually enriching experience. Sunday at 8am - a quiet service of prayer, readings and communion that retains the beautiful Elizabethan language of the 1970 Scottish Liturgy. Sunday at 10.45am - a full Sung Eucharist with organ, choir, congregational hymns and organ, using the Scottish Liturgy of 1982. Sunday at 6.30pm - the choir sings Choral Evensong in the great Anglican cathedral tradition with canticles, psalms and anthem. Tuesday at 6- 7.15pm - Bible Study, Prayer and Fellowship (in the John Skinner Centre, just behind the main Church building) The Tuesday Bible study group has been in existence since 2008. Participants are encouraged to contribute to each other’s understanding of the Bible, and to pray for one another’s physical and spiritual needs. Wednesday at 10am - a mid-week opportunity to pause for reflective prayer, bible readings and Holy Communion.
The Cathedral Church of St Andrew 28 King Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5AX 01224 640119