Historylinks Year: 1990
Colour slide of St Finnbarr's Scottish Episcopal Church (Anglican Communion) on School Hill. The church welcomes visitors and its established congregation to the weekly service on Sundays. The roots of the Scottish Episcopal Church trace back to the beginnings of Christianity in Scotland. The distinctive identity of the Church was shaped by the Scottish Reformation which was followed by over a century of alternating between an Episcopal or Presbyterian national church. The 1689 Revolution established the national Church of Scotland as Presbyterian and an independent non-established Scottish Episcopal Church was formed.
Picture added on 08 April 2017 at 09:22