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St Mary's Broughty Ferry
May 2017

Wednesday 3rd May 2017 10:00Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet, said service is taken from the old 1929 Scottish Prayer Book. Tea, coffee and chat are available afterwards
Sunday 7th May 2017 08:30Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet service uses the old prayer book and has no hymns. It is a peaceful introduction to Sundays.
11:00Holy CommunionThis is a service with hymns. A chance to chat over tea and coffee is available after the service.
Wednesday 10th May 2017 10:00Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet, said service is taken from the old 1929 Scottish Prayer Book. Tea, coffee and chat are available afterwards
Sunday 14th May 2017 08:30Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet service uses the old prayer book and has no hymns. It is a peaceful introduction to Sundays.
11:00Holy CommunionThis is a service with hymns. A chance to chat over tea and coffee is available after the service.
Wednesday 17th May 2017 10:00Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet, said service is taken from the old 1929 Scottish Prayer Book. Tea, coffee and chat are available afterwards
Sunday 21st May 2017 08:30Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet service uses the old prayer book and has no hymns. It is a peaceful introduction to Sundays.
11:00Holy CommunionThis is a service with hymns. A chance to chat over tea and coffee is available after the service.
Wednesday 24th May 2017 10:00Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet, said service is taken from the old 1929 Scottish Prayer Book. Tea, coffee and chat are available afterwards
Sunday 28th May 2017 08:30Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet service uses the old prayer book and has no hymns. It is a peaceful introduction to Sundays.
11:00Holy CommunionThis is a service with hymns. A chance to chat over tea and coffee is available after the service.
Wednesday 31st May 2017 10:00Holy Communion traditional languageThis quiet, said service is taken from the old 1929 Scottish Prayer Book. Tea, coffee and chat are available afterwards