The SEI offers a number of resources for students and the wider Scottish Episcopal Church.
The Scottish Episcopal Institute Journal provides not only the opportunity engage with the thinking of others, but also the opportunity to contribute articles and book reviews. The Journal began publication five years ago — with twenty issues now available online — and has received over 10,000 pageviews.
The SEI offers an annual lecture at one of the ancient Scottish universities. Last year’s annual lecture was delivered by the Revd Dr Michael Hull on 28 October 2021, at the University of Glasgow. This year’s is to be delivered by the Revd Professor Sarah Coakley on 20 October 2022, via Zoom.
The card lists the names of those students who have just completed their first three years of ministerial formation (IME1) and are about to be ordained Deacon at Michaelmas. It is circulated to encourage the Church to pray for those candidates. The card can be downloaded here.
The SEI Prayer Diary provides the Church with a way of praying daily for all involved in the SEI Community. The Prayer Diary can be downloaded here.
The Alastair Haggart Bursary Fund
Applications are invited by the Alastair Haggart Bursary Fund Committee for the 2023 award. The Bursary is awarded annually in memory of Bishop Haggart, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church (1977-85). It aims to help finance sabbaticals or other similar leave of absence on the part of full-time ministers at a stage in the person’s life when such an experience will significantly enhance his or her development. The outcomes of the project should also be of benefit to the wider Church. To apply to fund, please access the form here. Applications should be returned by Monday 9 January 2023.
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