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Watch the Sunday morning service at 11:00 and during the week.
You may download the Order of Service here.

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Glasgow Cathedral is now open for visitors. Pre-booking your visit is required by Historic Environment Scotland.

Further information and the booking form may be obtained  from HES  here.

The Cathedral re-opened for public worship on Wednesday, 2nd September at 11:00. To ensure fair and equitable access and enhance our ability to support physical distancing best practices and contact tracing, those wishing to attend a Wednesday Morning Service will also be required to register in advance. This is not the same booking system as used to visit the Cathedral as a tourist. If you book to attend Public Worship, you will not have access to the building beyond the area set aside for the service, and will be required to leave following the service. 

Click here to find out more.  (updated 10 September)

 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

Podcasting at Glasgow Cathedral

Listen to our series “Thoughts and Music”

Listen to our series Cathedralcast. (Worship)

This programme, called Weekly Worship, is produced by our Director of Music Andrew Forbes and features readings and reflection from Rev Mark and music from the Choir. We hope you enjoy listening.