If you wish to contact us at the Cathedral, you can do so in the following ways:

Please note, if your enquiry is about lost property or issues with regard to visits to the Cathedral during the week (other than to request tours) please see the phone contact details for the Custodians below.

By Post:

  • Glasgow Cathedral, Castle Street, Glasgow, G4 0QZ

By Telephone:

  • Cathedral Office – 0141 552 8198 (Telephone Answering Service)
  • Historic Scotland Custodians 0141 552 6891

Main Contact Form (the best way to be in touch): here

To those seeking historical information about family members who may be buried in the Cathedral graveyard or area; or who may have been baptised or married in the Cathedral:

The Glasgow Necropolis, which sits above the Cathedral has in excess of 50,000 interments. The Cathedral does not hold any records of those buried in the immediate graveyard or Necropolis, nor do we have anyone, at present, who can provide research into family members. We are sorry we cannot be of assistance to those seeking information about their ancestors, but sadly, we just do not have the resources.

The Minister

  • Our Minister is the Revd Mark Johnstone.  If you wish to speak to to him please use the main contact form in the first instance. He would be pleased to assist with Christening and baptism, funerals and all matters pertaining to the liturgy.

The Session Clerks

  • For correspondence, Joint Session Clerk Mhairi Coutts, 45 Millbrae Road, Langside, Glasgow, G42 9UF. Tel: 07846 425 116
  • Contact Form

Funeral Arrangements

  • Please use the main contact form in the first instance.

Events, Media and the use of the Cathedral as a venue or for film and television

Director of Music


Flower Committee Representative

Cathedral Chronicle Editors

  • Shona French, 16 Florence Drive, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46 6UN. Tel. 0141 585 7117
  • Jeff McDonald, 4 Muirdyke Road, Coatbridge ML5 2HQ. Tel. 07969675569

Contact Elder for Weddings

Cathedral Custodians

  • Historic Scotland, Tel.0141 552 6891

Glasgow Cathedral on Historic Scotland’s website