Aberdeen - St Andrew’s Cathedral
The Cathedral Church of St Andrew, Aberdeen is the mother church of the Diocese of Aberdeen and Orkney and a home of Christian Culture and Hospitality in the City of Aberdeen. This is the birth place of Anglican Communion through the Consecration of Samuel Seabury, first Espiscopal Bishop in the USA.
Choral worship is our ultimate offering to God, biblical preaching and Christian formation founded on the distinct spirituality of the North East of Scotland is our heritage. Being the House of Prayer for all people is our mission.
The building is our heritage, born out of suffering, mediating between the social and political polarities and now celebrating the uniqueness for acoustics.
Special service times
Ascension Day Service
Thursday 25 May
- 7:00pm: Choral Evensong with the Theme: “Thy Kingdom Come with the Archbishop of Canterbury”
- 8:00am: Holy Communion
- 10:45am: Sung Eucharist
- 6:30pm: Choral Evensong (School Term Time only)
- 10:00am: Holy Communion
Clergy and office bearers
Groups and activities
- Creche - during 10:45am service
- Sunday School (Godly Play or Junior Church) during 10:45am service
- Young membership of Cathedral Choir from age 8
- 6:30pm: Tuesday Fellowship (Young Adults Group)
- 6:00pm-7:30pm: Trebles Rehersal
Mother's Union: Monthly speakers and meetings - details available from the Cathedral Office.