Services

Proper 1

Sunday 7th January

Epiphany

8:00am Eucharist, Elgin
9:30am Eucharist, Lossiemouth
11:00am Eucharist, Elgin
6:30pm Evensong, Elgin

Monday 8th January

9:15am Church Open *
5:15 Church Closed *

Tuesday 9th January

9:00am Church Open *
11:30am Eucharist, Elgin
5:15pm Church Closed *

Wednesday 10th January

William Laud, Bishop, 1645

7:45am Morning Prayer
5:15pm Evening Prayer

Thursday 11th January

David, King of Scots, 1153

10:00am Eucharist, Lossiemouth

Friday 12th January

9:00am Morning Prayer
11:00am Eucharist, Elgin
5:30pm Church Closed *

Saturday 13th January

Kentigern or Mungo

4:30pm Meditation, Holy Trinity, Elgin

Propper 2

Sunday 14th January

Second Sunday after Epiphany

8:00am Eucharist, Elgin
9:30am Eucharist, Lossiemouth
11:00am Eucharist, Elgin
3:00pm Eucharist, Burghead
N0 Evensong, Elgin

Monday 15th January

9:15am Church Open *
5:15 Church Closed *

Tuesday 16thJanuary

9:00am Church Open *
11:30am Eucharist, Elgin
5:15pm Church Closed *

Wednesday 17th January

Anthony of Egypt

No Services

Thursday 18th January

Confession of Peter

10:00am Eucharist, Lossiemouth

Friday 19thJanuary

9:00am Morning Prayer
11:00am Eucharist, Elgin
5:30pm Church Closed *

Saturday 20th January

No Services


* Please use the new Daily Prayer books, located in the choir stalls,
if you wish to say Morning or Evening Prayer

Holy Trinity Elgin & St Margaret's Lossiemouth

Rector: Rev. Canon Christopher Ketley

Phone: 01343 547505

Email: rector@trinityelgin.org

Important dates in the History of the Episcopal Church and the Moray Diocese

Reasons for being an Episcopalian

Bible Reading in two years

The following readings are suggestions for anyone who wishes to take part in the project to read the whole Bible in two years. Each day's reading is intended to take 8 to 10 minutes. The plan has actually started with the reading of the first part of Isaiah in December but since it is designed to be relevent to the readings in the liturgical year it is better to start at the plan dates whenever you decide to start. So January 15th, with the beginning of the bible, is a very good place to start! However you would be starting at the end of Matthew. Of course you can always catch up any days you miss at any time!