A Cathedral for Glasgow and the whole world

Watch the next live service from Glasgow Cathedral – Sunday Morning at 11:00 am

Any time after the Sunday morning service concludes you may watch it here.

Please join us for worship in person.

Currently the only regular service in the Cathedral is at 11:00 am on Sunday mornings. We are hoping to provide additional regular worship in the coming months and will publish times here.

Although the Scottish Government has now removed all of the Covid-related legal restrictions in Scotland, The Kirk Session has considered the implications of this decision for the life of the Cathedral. We’ve reserved an area of the Quire where we will continue to observe both mask wearing and social distancing for those who would feel uncomfortable about this move. If you wish to remove your mask and sit together closer please do not sit in the rows reserved for those who wish to social distance. A duty Elder will inform you which rows are appropriate. Of course you may continue to wear a mask regardless of where you choose to sit.

In addition, we have now removed the necessity to register your details in order to attend worship in the Cathedral. Although Historic Environment Scotland has also removed the necessity to book a free ticket in order to visit as a tourist, they are still operating a ticketing system to enable you to be guaranteed entry at the time you wish. Further information is on the HES website here.

A CONCERT FOR THE UKRAINE

Concert of the Ukraine

An enormous thanks to all who attended this concert and watched online for your generous contributions. We are pleased to report we raised over a thousand pounds to support the people of the Ukraine. If you missed the concert, or indeed if you attended and want to watch it again, we will keep it available online. Click here to view the performance.

NEW BOOK ON THE HISTORY OF GLASGOW CATHEDRAL

Rev Mark has created a virtual tour of the Cathedral as a podcast.

 We hope you can access our various resources with ease.  During this time, the work of the Cathedral continues and we are grateful for the financial support of the congregation both within the Cathedral and throughout the world who attend our services online.  Further to this we express our gratitude for those wishing to support our worship ministry at this time of development. May God continue to Bless you.

Donations appear to go to Collie Productions, however they are remitted to the Cathedral without any commissions as a part of their ongoing support.

Mark Johnstone, Minister of Glasgow Cathedral

Freewill Offering