elcome to the Community of St Nicholas

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The Community of St Nicholas is a small Orthodox congregation in Central Scotland, based in Dunblane, near the towns of Stirling, Perth and Falkirk, and with rail links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. We worship in a converted one-storey cottage in the historic town of Dunblane in central Scotland. Some of us are British, others are of other national backgrounds. Services are mostly in English with a little Slavonic.

Some services are held on Saturday rather than Sunday, due to public transport problems: many of us travel a significant distance to get to church.

Church of St Nicholas, Dunblane Our church building, a converted cottage

 

icons on an icon stand
Icons on an icon stand

Our priest-in-charge is Father Alexander Williams. He and his wife live next to the church. He is assisted by Father Augustine McBeth, who lives in Glasgow and has been setting up a small outreach church in the centre of Glasgow.

We belong to the Deanery of Great Britain and Ireland. Our Archbishop is John of Charioupolis, Exarch of Parishes in Western Europe under the Ecumenical Patriarch. The Ecumenical Patriarch is the "first among equals" of the Orthodox Patriarchs, and lives in Constantinople (Istanbul) with an office in Geneva.

Our community is not wealthy but we hope it is friendly, and visitors are very welcome. We are small in numbers, but with a great vision for an Orthodoxy that is embedded in the culture of these islands.


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