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Upcoming Services

Revised Common Lectionary

Sunday School: Due to the school October holidays, there will be no Sunday school until 2nd November.

Creche: This is not staffed during school holidays but parents are welcome to take children through to the session room behind the organ where books and toys are available

Short Tour of the Cathedral—will be given immediately after the service. Anyone interested should meet a guide at the west end of the Cathedral.

Fellowship—Coffee, tea and other refreshments will be served after the morning service. All are warmly invited to remain behind.

Visitors Book—If you are a visitor please sign our visitors book on the table at the back of the church.  Anyone who would like to be kept informed of special services, events or concerts in St Machar’s Cathedral is invited to fill in their details in the book or on the pew card.

      

Sunday 2nd November

11am Morning Service
conducted by Rev Gordon Craig

 

6pm Evening Service
conducted by Rev Mark Rodgers

Sacrament of Holy Communion


Sunday 9th November

10.45am Morning Service

Remembrance Service

conducted by Rev William Smith


 6pm Evening Service

conducted by Rev William Smith


Sunday 16th November

11am Morning Service

conducted by The Very Rev Dr Andrew McLellan


 6pm Evening Service

conducted by Rev Mark Rodgers