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St Mungo Festival Ecumenical Service
January 10 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm UTC+0
The yearly ecumenical service, bringing together Glasgow’s various Christian traditions under the roof of the Cathedral will provide an opportunity for reflection and worship.
In this time of Covid and in the preparation for COP26 the call is to celebrate creation renewed, the vision of peace and harmony and care for land, water, air and trees. ‘Behold I make all things new’. Civic and community voices will praise, sing and intercede for all.
This event will be broadcast online. Please register at the above link.
Glasgow Cathedral, also called the High Kirk of Glasgow or St Kentigern’s or St Mungo’s Cathedral, is the oldest cathedral on mainland Scotland and is the oldest building in Glasgow. Since the Reformation the cathedral continues in public ownership, within the responsibility of Historic Environment Scotland. The Society of Friends of Glasgow Cathedral was founded by the late Very Revd Nevile Davidson, D.D. in 1936. During the year the Society of Friends promotes Summer Music Recitals, a Winter Lecture Series and other special events.
Glasgow Churches Together was formed in 1988 as part of the Glasgow Garden Festival celebrations, and continues as an ecumenical forum and focus for activities. Its member churches are the Church of Scotland, Methodist Church, Roman Catholic Church, Salvation Army, Scottish Episcopal Church, United Free Church and United Reformed Church. Like their Facebook page and follow their Twitter feed.