Gaelic

Gaelic in Argyll and The Isles

 

Gaelic in the church 

 

Gaelic in the SEC Liturgy

 

Gaelic Collects

Homecoming Scotland 2009

Annual Gaelic Service 2012

     

Within the Episcopal Church, there is a Society which promotes the use of Gaelic in its Liturgies. It is called the Gaelic Society of the Scottish Episcopal Church (Comunn Gaidhlig Na h-Eaglais Easbaigich) and its aims are:

  • To consolidate and develop the use of the Gaelic language in the Liturgies of the Scottish Episcopal Church in Gaelic-speaking areas and elsewhere.
  • To promote a wider awareness of the place of Gaelic in the history and traditions of the Scottish Episcopal Church, both within the Highland area and further afield.
  • To use the media to promote worship in Gaelic in accordance with the rites of the Scottish Episcopal Church.
    Secretary : Very Rev Dr A E Nimmo, St Margaret’s Clergy House, Gallowgate, Aberdeen AB25 1EA E-mail Alexander306@btinternet.com
    Click here to read about the Scots language: www.scotslanguage.com