Welcome to the St Mary's Broughty Ferry website.
We're glad you've found us!
St Mary's Scottish Episcopal Church has been a faithful worshipping community in Broughty Ferry for over 150 years. As well as offering space for worship, we are pleased to accept enquiries from community groups who wish to use our church building.
The Scottish Episcopal Church is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion and part of the Diocese of Brechin.
St Mary's is pleased to offer Bookbug sessions
for small children and their carers.
For more about Bookbug and dates of sessions, click here
For details of services during Holy Week, click here
Our regular services are as follows:
Sundays at 8.30am - Holy Communion in traditional language.
This quiet, reflective service is taken from the old 1929 Scottish Prayer Book. There is no singing in this service.
Sundays at 11.00am - (weeks 1, 2 and 3 of the month) - Holy Communion in modern language.
This service includes singing. Tea, coffee and a chance to chat are available after the service.
Sundays at 11.00am (week 4 of the month) - Service of the Word.
The readings, prayers and hymns in this service provide an opportunity to think about the theme for the week.
There is no Holy Communion in this service. Tea, coffee and a chance to chat are available afterwards.
Wednesdays at 10.00am - Holy Communion in traditional language. Tea, coffee and a chance to chat are available afterwards.