Gaelic in Argyll and The Isles
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
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