Scottish Episcopal Church


Invitation to debate the propriety of reading the Koran in Christian worship

An Open Letter Inviting Kelvin Holdsworth for a Public Debate on the Blasphemy of Reading Quran during Holy Eucharist

Dear Kelvin Holdsworth, the politician in St Mary's,


Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church announces retirement

The Most Rev. David Chillingworth will step down from office at the end of July


Appeal for action to the ACC Standing Committee from Scottish Episcopalians

Please Take Action Against the Blasphemy of Reading Quran during Holy Eucharist in St Mary's Cathedral–– An Open Letter to the Anglican Consultative Council

Dear Sir/Madame,


Remnant in Scotland find hope through Gafcon

David McCarthy speaks to the hope the GAFCON movement brings to traditionalists in Scotland


Glasgow cathedral communicants protest Koran readings

Letter charges cathedral provost with making tolerance a one way street by persecuting worshippers who disagree with reading the Koran during Christian worship


Letter to the Times on the Glasgow Koran controversy

Gavin Ashenden explains to the readers of The Times why reading the Koran in Christian worship is problematic


Satiric reflections on the Glasgow cathedral Koran controversy

Nothing speaks of God's love more than reporting those who say things you don't like.


Primus responds to Glasgow Cathedral Koran reading

[T]he Scottish Episcopal Church is deeply distressed at the widespread offence which has been caused


Reciting the Koran in Glasgow Cathedral

Islam sees power as God’s primary defining characteristic, and Christianity tells us that it is love. The difference is enormous in implication


Cathedral marks Epiphany with Koran reading

St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow offered Sura 19 from the Koran as a liturgical reading.


Christmas message from the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church

We are living through times of exceptional difficulty at present. The murder of 24 worshippers in St Mark’s Christian Coptic Cathedral in Cairo is only the latest in a series of horrors.


Scottish Primus responds to Brexit vote

"So now we know. There is some sense of an end point. But this leave result really marks the beginning of a long period – a time for working out of the implications of the choice which the people have made."