St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow

glasgow cathedral with signWho we are

St Mary’s aspires to being a community which is open, inclusive and welcoming.

Open

The congregation here is a gathered community, each person attracted by different things. Some are attracted by the excellence in music, some by the practical spirituality that is taught, and some by the open community of folk who meet week by week for varied services. The hope is that St Mary’s is becoming an ever more open group of people. A distinctive feature of the life of the congregation is an openness to new ideas and an enjoyment of being challenged spiritually in fresh ways.

Inclusive

We are young, we are old. We are straight, we are gay. Some are single, some are married, some are partnered, some are single again. We are men and we are women. Some live alone, some live with others. We have different abilities. We have different understandings of the truth. We have all kinds of different reasons for choosing to make this our spiritual home.

Welcoming

This church is a vibrant and diverse group of people who have found a welcome in this place. All the rich resources of the Christian tradition are shared here by modern people who enjoy being together.

St Mary’s Cathedral has become a welcoming place for many, whether it is being caught up in the richness of worshipping with hundreds of others or meeting God in a quiet corner of a peaceful church.

Parish

St Mary’s Cathedral

Deanery

Diocese

Glasgow and Galloway

Address

300 Great Western Road, Glasgow G4 9JB

Details of main services

08.30 Said Eucharist
10.30 Sung Eucharist
18.30 Choral Evensong
20.00 The Open Silence (on 3 Sunday evenings)

Contact person

The Very Revd Kelvin Holdsworth

Telephone number(s)

0141-339 6691

Email

Website

http://thecathedral.org.uk/

Transport

Subway: St George’s Cross or Kelvinbridge

Buses