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We recognise the need to be developing our faith wherever we are on our spiritual journey. It is rarely a straightforward path!

We take part in study courses in participation with the other churches in Forfar as well as offering our own courses. Please look out for courses especially during Advent and Lent. Everyone is welcome to join in.

These courses are generally discussion groups and from time to time there may also be Bible Study groups looking at particular books of the Bible.

Outwith these sessions, the Rector is happy to suggest reading or resources which may help individuals. Please feel free to contact Rev Elaine Garman.

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St John's is open for public collective worship on Sundays at 11am and on Wednesdays at 10.15am. The Sunday worship services are also online. The services are broadcast through St John's YouTube channel. Remember to hit the 'subscribe' button to find the channel again easily - it's free!  Details of the services and the words for the services during the Season of Pentecost can be found in the Services section. 

Wednesday's Drop In for Soul Time will continue to be available again through St John's YouTube channel (see above). The Services section of the website provides further details. All are very welcome.

St John's worked together with Angus Creative Minds and Angus Health & Social Care Partnership to create a video remembering people who have died. Those contributing expressed their thoughts in word and voice and local artists interpreted those in artwork which was put together into a film. This can be viewed here . A group then met by video-conference to view the film and discuss their reactions. The event was a great success and one we intend to repeat in 2021.

The Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) is broadcasting video coverage of Sunday 11am Eucharistic services via its website, social media channels and YouTube channel.  The web page for the broadcast is located at www.scotland.anglican.org/broadcast-sunday-worship .

2021 is part of the Season of Pilgrimage. For further information, click here.

To visit the Diocesan website, follow this link: www.standrews.anglican.org

 

 

 

  

 

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