Mar Thoma Scotland

 

Welcome to the website of the
Mar Thoma Congregation Scotland

About Us

The Mar Thoma Congregation Scotland is an Ecumenical Christian fellowship in Scotland under the Mar Thoma Syrian Church and its North American and Europe Diocese. The Holy Communion is held once in a month and the service is in Malayalam and follows the Mar Thoma Church liturgy. A cottage prayer meeting is held once in a month at the residence of the members.

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Latest Updates

Sevika Sanghom Sunday

We celebrated our Sevika Sanghom Sunday on September 9 Sunday at Old Saint Pauls Church. Our Vicar Rev K A Jacob led the service and Holy Qurbana. Sevika Sanghom Secretary Mrs Gini Joel delivered the message and there was a special service led by Sevika Sanghom members. The service ended by a special song written for the centenary celebrations of Sevika Sanghom.

Sevika Sanghom members brought cooked food and this was later auctioned for raising money for the Church fund.

Upcoming services

Sunday School/Choir Practice - 23rd Sep'18 Sunday 3.30 - 5.30pm at Scouts Hall, 45 Lanark Road West, Currie, EH14 5JX

Holy Communion Service - 14th Oct'18 - Sunday from 2.30pm till 6.30pm at Scouts Hall, 45 Lanark Road West, Currie, EH14 5JX

Sunday School/Choir Practice - 28th Oct'18 Sunday 3.30 - 5.30pm at Scouts Hall, 45 Lanark Road West, Currie, EH14 5JX

Holy Communion Service - 11th Nov'18 -Sunday from 2.30pm till 6.30pm at Scouts Hall, 45 Lanark Road West, Currie, EH14 5JX

Sunday School/Choir Practice - 25th Nov'18 Sunday 3.30 - 5.30pm at Scouts Hall, 45 Lanark Road West, Currie, EH14 5JX

Members who wish to receive email updates on the Church activities please email secretary@marthomascotland.org

Lectionary

Our Leaders

North America and Europe Diocesan Bishop


Theodosius Thirumeni

The Rt. Rev. Dr. Isaac Mar Philoxenos Episcopa

Sinai Mar Thoma Centre
Merrick New York USA 11566
Email: marthoma@aol.com

Our Vicar

 

Rev. K A Jacob

 

Useful Links

David Livingstone Centre

Birthplace museum of Scotland’s greatest missionary-explorer, set in 20 acres of parkland and woodland garden.

Click here to visit the David Livingstone Centre website

Read more about David Livingstone's life and missionary work