At St Mary's Scottish Episcopal Church in Glencoe, a prayer service was led by lay preacher Dr Jeoff Headden.
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SEC stands for Scottish Episcopal Church (UK)
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Some religious leaders also welcomed the announcement, with the Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth, provost of St Mary's Cathedral, Scottish Episcopal Church, saying: "Opening the door to marriage for same-sex couples opens the way to full equality for lesbian and gay Scots.
Also in the welcoming committee were the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, the Archbishop of Wales Dr Barry Morgan and the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, Most Rev David Chillingworth.
The author's central thesis is that doctrinal and theological differences over the Scottish Communion Office led some ministers and members to leave the Scottish Episcopal Church in 1842-1843, designating themselves as loyal to the Church of England and taking on the title of English Episcopal.
Holloway, who retired eight years ago, was Bishop of Edinburgh from 1986, and was elected Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church in 1992.
As one of the many aids to renewal I commend Cursillo to the whole church and I am pleased to record the great benefit that Cursillo has brought to the Scottish Episcopal Church.
The Scottish Episcopal Church accepted recommendations 1 and 2 and amended 4 to include a reference to "not excluding other churches".
The service will be conducted by Richard Holloway, the former Bishop of Edinburgh for the Scottish Episcopal Church.