The Fourth Sunday of Easter is often known as ‘Good Shepherd Sunday’ because the gospel reading for the day is taken from John 10, which explores the image of Jesus as the good shepherd. At St Oswald’s and at many other churches this is also ‘Vocations Sunday’ which offers us… read more >>
Our Holy Week and Easter journey began on Palm Sunday with our Sunday Service, followed by the Maundy Thursday Supper, Good Friday Stations of the Cross and Easter Day services.
Easter is the greatest feast of the Christian year, when we celebrate the resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. He has shown us how deeply He loves us in His passion and crucifixion, at His resurrection He gifts us eternal life and leads us to God our creator. Christ only… read more >>
During the Sunday service on 4th March 2018, St Oswald’s lay leaders were presented with their certificates from the Bishop authorising them in their ministries. These roles are Worship Leaders, Eucharistic Assistants and Pastoral Assistants, who work alongside our priest in leading worship and caring for the people of the… read more >>
In February 2018, St Oswald’s became a member of Eco-Congregation Scotland, an ecumenical movement of Scottish church congregations, committed to addressing environmental issues through their life and mission. This is our way of acknowledging our commitment to caring for creation, making the link between environmental issues and our Christian faith,… read more >>
I invite you, therefore, in the name of the Church, to the observance of a holy Lent, by self-examination and repentance; by prayer, fasting, and self-denial; and by reading and meditating on God’s holy word. These words come from the introduction to the Ash Wednesday Liturgy and sum up what… read more >>
Thanks to all those who attended St Oswald’s to celebrate Christmas, we managed to raise over £200 for Aberlour – Scotland’s Children’s Charity. This is one of the charities that St Oswald’s supports regularly, raising money every Christmas. For more information about Aberlour, you can visit their website.
St John 1.14: and the Word became flesh and dwelt among us… We’re all familiar with slogans, mottoes, catchphrases, strap lines, by which institutions or political parties or campaigning groups like to promote themselves, their claims, their values among the rest of us. Some of them may strike us as… read more >>
In June 2017, the General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church voted in favour of changing the Canon law on marriage to allow clergy to solemnise marriages between couples of the same sex. The revised Canon acknowledges that there are different understandings of the nature of marriage, and that no… read more >>
The church is now kept open during the day, Monday-Friday. The opening times are approximately 9am – 3pm. All are welcome to come in and enjoy the peace and quiet of the sacred space. You will find our magazine and other notices at the back of the church if you… read more >>