Holy Communion is usually celebrated according to the Scottish Liturgy 1982.

Our services are listed in the magazine.

The 10.30am Sunday Eucharist and 10.30am Wednesday Eucharist have now resumed at Holy Cross with changes to reduce the risk from coronavirus and will continue during the current restrictions.

For the time being there will be no congregational singing, Holy Communion will be given under one kind (the chalice is not shared), and there will be no refreshments after the service.

Videos of worship at Holy Cross were made regularly during lockdown and can be found on our YouTube channel as well as on our Facebook page.

We follow the Kalendar of the Scottish Episcopal Church adapted for Holy Cross


10.30 am Eucharist, a community service with organ music which usually lasts about an hour.
Children and families are welcome! We have a buggy area in the Church.


10.30 am Eucharist, a simple contemplative service lasting about half an hour.
[normally followed by tea or coffee in the church]

What’s it called?
This little booklet is offered to enable members of the congregation to know and better understand those things we use in worship. It provides a brief explanation of the names and meanings of objects found in church and used in the Liturgy. Written by our former Rector, it is beautifully illustrated with drawings by Stan Wale.  Download the booklet here (.pdf)

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