St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral, Carden Place is a welcoming and caring Christian community in Aberdeen City.
We are a church in the Scottish Episcopal Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney and a part of the global Anglican Communion. We meet in a building – known as the ‘Tartan Kirkie’ – as touched by history as it is accentuated by colour.
At whatever stage you find yourself in life, we welcome you to join us.
“Nothing great is ever achieved without much enduring”
St Catherine of Sienna
- How do I make a donation to St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral?Our website now has a donation facility at the bottom of our Homepage. If you scroll right down, you’ll find it there. Simply click on the gold “Donate” button and you will be given the choice to pay with your PayPal account if you have one or with your own debit or credit card.
- Join us for Sunday BrunchThe picture in this news article was captured from last Sunday’s Zoom Brunch meeting. Clearly, someone had made a funny comment which was caught just […]
- Help during COVIDSome of us can get help from family or friends for things like getting their food shopping or collecting prescriptions during the current pandemic. However, […]
- St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Annual General MeetingSt Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place via Zoom on Sunday the 7th of February, commencing at 1230 pm. Even though we may […]
- St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Christmas CardsDuring the recent development of the St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral website our designer Stuart Smith of Alt Ten Interactive created a new logo based upon the Rose window in the west elevation of St. Mary’s. Stuart then used the logo to design some lovely new Christmas cards for us.
- Newsletter – Sunday 28th February 2021In today’s Gospel we hear the words: “And Peter took [Jesus] aside and began to rebuke him” (Mk. 8:32). The more time I spend reflecting on my life, and the more honest I am with myself, the more I realise that the things I say and do in regard to others, and my reactions to particular situations, are a whole lot more about me than they are the other person or the situation. And I think that’s true for Peter in today’s gospel. His reaction to Jesus says a lot more about Peter than it does Jesus. Please spend some time reading it, even though you may well be very familiar with the content.
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