A Morning Service for the 26th of December

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On The death of Archbishop Tartaglia

Although consolation is found in the Christian faith the sudden death of Archbishop Tartaglia brings sadness to his friends and colleagues at Glasgow Cathedral. His passing on the 13th Day of January 2021, when we remembered the city’s Patron Saint St Mungo, gives cause to commend the work and ministry exercised by Philip in this city and beyond. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and the Church Community of the Archdiocese of Glasgow.

Online – Services from Glasgow Cathedral.

During the current lockdown, in common with all other Churches in the UK, we are unable to provide worship within the Cathedral on a Sunday morning, or Evensong  in the afternoon. The home page has links to these services and are updated each week. There are also services on our official YouTube channel and we are pleased to provide podcasts here on the website and through the usual channels.

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

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