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.
“God proved His love on the Cross. When Christ hung, and bled, and died, it was God saying to the world, ‘I love you”
- St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral Cheese & Wine Evening – Friday 13th May at 7pmWhy not join us for a fun evening of cheese and wine tastings? We’ll be tasting lovely white wines from South Africa and great reds […]
- Is this a ‘time for war’?Thinking together as Christians about war in the context of armed conflict in Ukraine. When: Monday 16th May 7pmWith Dr. Brian BrockProfessor of Moral and […]
- Easter Sunday Services6am Dawn Service of Light with Holy Communion – Bishop Anne 8am Holy Communion (1970) – Canon Terry(8:40am Easter Breakfast)10am Holy Communion (1982) – Bishop Anne […]
- Major Repair and Refurbishment Programme underway!Many will have now seen that work is underway at St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral on our major Repair and Refurbishment programme. The building contractors, Graeme W. Cheyne, […]
- Lent Reflection: “Encountering Jesus”Fr Terry and Fr Roger invite you to be part of “Encountering Jesus” this year’s Lent Reflection group at St Mary’s.
- Newsletter – Sunday 15th May 2022Alleluia, Christ is risen !! He is risen indeed, Alleluia, Alleluia! We seem to be hitting the rewind button during this season of Eastertide – we keep going back over events that led up to the crucifixion. Today’s passage takes us back to that final meal Jesus shared with his disciples. John doesn’t describe this as a Passover meal like the other gospel writers do – this meal happens on the night before Passover begins. According to John, “Jesus will be crucified at about the same time that the lambs are sacrificed in the Temple in preparation for the Passover meal.” But John gives us something the other gospel authors do not: he tells us in great detail what Jesus said to his disciples during this final night they have together.
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