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 became the Diocesan Cathedral. 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.
JOIN US IN WORSHIP
We warmly welcome you as we return to Worship in St John’s Cathedral
SUNDAY EUCHARIST at 10.15am
Some services may need to be booked to keep us within our number limit. Please see the Weekly Sheet for details.
WEDNESDAY EUCHARIST at 11am
This service will also be recorded and available from Thursday at 11am
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We continue to abide fully by Government Covid-19 Restrictions
Masks (unless exempt)…2m Distance… Hand Sanitiser…Test & Trace…..No singing
but we rejoice in being together!
The PROVINCE continue to offer an ONLINE EUCHARIST every SUNDAY at 11am
which you can find here: https://www.scotland.anglican.org/
Every SUNDAY in our homes we join many across the country as we pray for all affected by Covid-19
and LIGHT A CANDLE IN A WINDOW at 7pm
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, Kilbrandon
and Dean of the Episcopal Diocese of Argyll and The Isles