A Service of Choral Evensong – 4:00 pm Sunday

View the Service Choral Evensong live from Glasgow Cathedral

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Voluntary: Prelude in G minor BWV 558 – J S Bach
Introit: Deliver us, O Lord our God – A Batten
Office Hymn: 39 [Carlisle] Praise to the Lord

Psalm Psalm 95 [plainsong]
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis from the short service – Orlando Gibbons
Anthem: Great Kind of Gods – Orlando Gibbons
Hymn 30 [Lasst Uns Erfreuen] All creatures of our God and King
Voluntary: Praeludium in G minor – G. Muffat

The service is led by Revd Mark Johnstone, Minister of Glasgow Cathedral
Director of Music – Andrew Forbes
Cathedral Organist – Dr Malcolm Sim
Hymns are from the Church of Scotland Hymnary CH3

View The Order of Service 15/03/20 Evensong

Note: There will be no Service of Choral Evensong on the 29th of March. We will provide a broadcast of the Service to Commemorate the 60th Anniversary of the Cheapside Fire on behalf of the Grand Lodge of Scotland beginning at 3:00 pm. Please note that because of the number of people attending, this service is not open to the public and the Cathedral will be closed to visitors all day, except for the morning service at 11:00 am. 

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