St Marys Cathedral

St Marys Cathedral

About St Marys Cathedral

300 Great Western Road, Glasgow West End G4 9JB
01413396691
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St Mary’s Cathedral is mother church to the united Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway in the Scottish Episcopal Church, which is in full membership of the world-wide Anglican Communion.

In keeping with a liberal theology, St Mary’s strives to provide:

A ministry which is affirming, inclusive, open and non-judgemental.
Liturgical worship of a high standard.
Engagement in social concerns.
A commitment to links with other churches and faith communities.
A focal point for artistic energy and vision.
A place of spiritual calm and inspiration as well as spiritual excitement and challenge.

We hope that everyone who visits finds St Mary’s a place of openness, warmth and help.

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