“Our Bishop is a link, through the Episcopal line, to the first stirrings of Christianity in Scotland: a reminder that we are integrally linked with Episcopal tradition in Scotland…” A note from our Priest-in-Charge, the Rev Jim Geen It hardly seems only a couple of months since we became an… read more >>
St Oswald’s now has a new magazine with news, views and updates about the church and local community. The Insight magazine is published every two months and is available in print from the church or by email. If you would like to receive Insight magazine online by email, please subscribe… read more >>
This was the chosen theme for our Community Flower Festival, part of the final month of celebrations of Maybole’s 500th Anniversary of Burgh Status. Members of our congregation, friends from our sister churches in Maybole, various community groups and organisations rose to the challenge and proved there is a wealth… read more >>
A note from St Oswald’s Priest-in-Charge, The Rev Jim Geen: This year seems to have been one of many new beginnings, no doubt in our personal lives and certainly within our faith and civic communities…
Watch the new video introducing the Scottish Episcopal Church: ‘A Church in Scotland, for Scotland, and of Scotland’…
We all knew it was going to happen, and now it has. Bishop Gregor has licensed Revd Jim Geen as interim Priest-in-Charge at St Oswald’s, in accordance with the provision of Canon 13:9 “to fulfil all the duties which would normally be fulfilled by the Rector.” Jim’s appointment means the… read more >>
Sunday 18 June saw the signing of St Oswald’s fifth Mission Action Plan (MAP), affirming the commitment of the whole congregation to the mission strands they have chosen to develop over the coming year. As ever, there will be other opportunities that arise during the year to which the congregation will… read more >>
The General Synod of the Scottish Episcopal Church was 8-10 June. Follow the link to read the Primus’ Charge, details of the vote to allow equal marriage, and the Primus’ statement: ‘Unity in Diversity’.