Welcome to the website of the
Mar Thoma Congregation Scotland
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.
Good Friday Service
We are blessed to have Good Friday service in Edinburgh this year.
The service is on 25th March, 9 am at the Scouts Hall, 45 Lanark Road West, Currie, Edinburh, EH14 5JX. Rev Roney Cheriyan will lead the Good Friday service.
House to House carol singing
Thanks for everyone who helped with the carol singing and for all the families for their warm reception.
Family Conference UK
The 32nd Mar Thoma Family Conference held from 29 to 31Aug 2014 at Yarnfield Park Training & Conference Centre, Stone, Staffordshire. The aim of this years conference is to reflect on the challenges faced by our families in various spheres of their daily life and how to nurture their faith and impart the same to the next generation. �Christian Family Life in a Migrated Context�.
The main speakers this year were H.G. Dr. Yuhanon Mor Meletius, Metropolitan Diocese of Thrissur Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church and H.E. Ranjan Mathai, High Commissioner of India. The Tabore Mar Thoma Church, Manchester (UK) hosted this year's conference and around 600 delegated attented the three day event.
Holy Communion Service
Our Holy Communion service will be held on Sunday, 12th June, 3pm at OSP. Rev.Roney Cherian will lead the Holy Communion.
Sunday School and Tea will be held at the Church hall after the service.
Members who wish to receive email updates on the Church activities please email firstname.lastname@example.org
North America and Europe Diocesan Bishop
The Rt. Rev. Dr. Geevarghese Mar Theodosius Episcopa
Sinai Mar Thoma Centre
Merrick New York USA 11566
Rev. Roney Cherian
David Livingstone Centre
Birthplace museum of Scotland’s greatest missionary-explorer, set in 20 acres of parkland and woodland garden.