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  • WELCOME ~ FÀILTE
    to ST JOHN’S SCOTTISH EPISCOPAL CATHEDRAL, OBAN
    There has been a place of worship on the site of our Cathedral since 1863, when the first church was built 
    and the dream of a Cathedral was born.
    In 1920, that vision was realised as St John's was consituted as the Diocesan Cathedral of Argyll and The Isles.
    The prayers and worship continue as, through faith, we find hope and joy in God to sustain us even in these difficult times.
    We welcome you to share in discovering all that faith offers.
    
    WE WARMLY WELCOME YOU TO JOIN US IN WORSHIP 
    SUNDAYS
    Sung Eucharist at 10.15am with choir & hymns
    Every 2nd SUNDAY
    Evensong at 5.15pm with sung canticles, metrical psalm & hymns (please check Weekly Sheet for time changes)
    WEDNESDAYS
    A shorter Eucharist at 11am 
    
    
    
    FINDING OUR NEWS... 
    Click on the links below 
    Our WEEKLY SHEET or FACEBOOK page will keep you in touch with all our services and activites
    You can also find our recorded services on our YOUTUBE Channel, the ONLINE WORSHIP section in this website
    
    News from the Diocese of Argyll and The Isles and Province 
    NEWS AND EVENTS  Diocesan Newsletter - August 2021
    OTHER LINKS for news from the Diocese and Province
    You can find the WEEKLY ONLINE PROVINCIAL EUCHARIST every SUNDAY at 11am  here: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/
    
    
    We are grateful if you feel able to support the work and ministry of St John's through donating. 
    Our Weekly Sheet gives details of a variety of methods, or you can use the link below.

    Beannachadh Dhè ~ God’s blessing
    The Very Rev’d Canon Margi Campbell

    Provost and Rector of St John’s Episcopal Cathedral, Oban,
    St James Ardbrecknish,
    Episcopal Community in Kilbrandon (Isles of Seil)

    and Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Argyll and The Isles


     

    COVID -19  In the Cathedral we wish to show our care for each other by being careful and cautious.  
    No distancing is now required but we have kept some chairs at 2m for those who would feel more comfortable and most rows remain at 1m apart.  
    We are still required to wear masks (unless exempt).  Test & Trace data is not required by Government but we will continue to keep details of attendees for 21 days. 
    If we hear of a case arising from the Cathedral, we will circulate this information by email, but without naming the person concerned.  
    Coffee may now be collected from the servery. When standing or sitting (without moving around) masks can be removed to drink and chat.

    St John’s Cathedral – Privacy Policy

     

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