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.
“The will of the Father, the will of the Son, and the will of the Spirit must be one; it is a perverse forgetfulness of the unity of the Godhead to suppose otherwise.”
- Poem CompetitionAny budding poets out there? Or are you a poet and you don’t know it? Whichever you are please enter our Poem Competition, support St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral […]
- From the Rector – notification to the congregation of St Mary’s Pro-CathedralIt is the desire of the St Mary’s Vestry to install a Peace/Therapeutic Garden within the west end of the parking area at the front […]
- Photograph Competition ResultsIt’s time to reveal the winners of the St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral photograph competition. Many thanks to Bishop Anne Dyer for taking on the difficult task […]
- Photograph CompetitionMatthew McVey, our organist and a member of the Fundraising & Social Group suggested that we might hold a Photograph Competition as part of our […]
- It looks great!We now have a brand-new public sign at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral. The design was produced by Stuart Smith at Alt Ten Interactive and it was installed […]
- Newsletter – Sunday 25th July 2021We sometimes imagine that a cheap, non-polluting energy source would be the ultimate achievement for humankind. But in Jesus’ day, where most people were subsistence farmers, finding a labour-free, inexhaustible food supply would be considered the prize. And that’s the drawing power of Jesus’ miracle of the loaves and fishes, feeding 5,000 men, plus women and children. Perhaps that’s why it’s Jesus’ only miracle that appears in all four gospels. In one sense, however, today’s Gospel reading is more a lesson for the disciples’ and believers’ benefit than for the crowds that were fed.
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