A morning service for the 18th of October

Welcome to the Morning Service from Glasgow Cathedral for the 18th of October. . We hope you enjoy worshiping with us this morning. We’d hoped to be able to provide a live stream of the service from the Cathedral this morning, but the increase in the Corona virus cases in Scotland means that we have had to take the reluctant decision not to proceed with live services in the presence of a congregation.

In this morning’s service Rev Mark reflects on the birth and life of Glasgow’s Patron Saint for whom The Cathedral is dedicated. Music includes Hear my words by Parry and Anton Bruckner’s Os justi. The hymns include Almighty God, thy word is cast and Thou art before me Lord. If you would like an Order of Service you can download a pdf here.

As usual during this time of lockdown when the Cathedral Choir cannot sing together, the service features previously recorded music. This will be our last completely pre-recorded service. We will be resuming live streaming of Morning Services next week and as a result the format will change. We should be live on the website here, and on our YouTube channel, at about 5 minutes to 11:00. As we still have no access to broadband in the Cathedral, it’s necessary for us to use a less reliable method of connecting to the internet, and if we are plagued with gremlins,and we lose our connection during the service, rest assured we will upload a local recording as soon as possible. As always each service will remain here on the website for the following week.

We hope you will enjoy the service and will also listen to our afternoon Cathedralcast which will be available from 4:00.

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