Who we are
St Mary-on-the-Rock is an Episcopalian (Anglican) church in the village of Ellon in the North East of Scotland. St Mary on the Rock Episcopal Church is a Registered Scottish Charity, No SC008825.
St James the Less is an Episcopalian (Anglican) church in the village of Cruden Bay in the North East of Scotland. St James Episcopal Church Cruden is a Registered Scottish Charity, No SC013851.
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Changes to these Terms
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