A Service of Choral Evensong ~ 4:00 pm Sunday

We are unable to broadcast the Service of Evensong for the next two weeks. We will return on the 1st of October

Before the broadcast begins, you should see a title sequence with about 3 minutes of music which repeats. At the point where Evensong begins from the Cathedral this title sequence will automatically be replaced by the programme. If you cannot see the sequence please let us know using the contact form.

NOTE: If you are using Google Chrome, and see an error message “Error Loading Player: No playable sources found” you will need to allow flash to be used. To do this go to Preferences >> Settings >> Advanced >> Privacy and Security >> Content Settings >> Flash
and turn on “Allow Sites to run flash”  then click on ADD and in the dialogue box “Add a site” enter http://www.glasgowcathedral.org
Close the Settings tab and reload this page.

This page is for viewing the live broadcast only, generally at 4:00 pm on Sunday afternoon. If you wish to watch Evensong at a later date please go to the page for the Previous Service.

In the event of severe weather, there is always the possibility that we cannot maintain our link to the satellite. We normally record the service and if the broadcast is interrupted, we will try to make it available via the Previous Service page as soon as possible.

You may have noticed recently that watching programmes online often involves a significant number of commercial messages. So far, through the generous donations of some viewers and charitable organisations we’ve been able to avoid the necessity of having to either charge on a pay-per-view basis, or add commercials to the broadcast. Although our technical support is kindly supplied by volunteers and by Collie Productions and Fac46 each week, there are still significant expenses involved in providing the broadcast. If you enjoy watching Evensong (commercial-free) here on the website, please join with those in the Congregation and use this donate button to contribute your freewill offering.

Click here for more information about supporting the broadcast and music in the Cathedral.