Catherine Mooney will talk on the places and environments associated with Scotland’s early Saints using photography by Thomas Joshua Cooper > REGISTER HERE Catherine Mooney has been visiting sites of the early Celtic saints (up to 750AD) for the last seven years. She has been accompanied by her husband, Thomas Joshua Cooper. They research a location associated with a Read more about An Archaeology of Memory: Scotland’s Early Saints[…]
A play by Stephen Callaghan with music & songs by Vincent Mellon > REGISTER HERE Most people are vaguely familiar with the bird, the bell, the fish and the tree, that make up Glasgow’s Coat of Arms but few know the full story of the man who made these famous…the man who fell in love Read more about MUNGO: Legends of a Scottish Saint[…]
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. > REGISTER AT EVENTBRITE 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 Read more about St Mungo Festival Ecumenical Service[…]
Discover the stories behind the symbols of the City of Glasgow. > REGISTER AT EVENTBRITE HERE The tree that never grew, the bird that never flew, the fish that never swam, the bell that never rang…. This online event is hosted by Revd Mark Johnson, minister of Glasgow Cathedral, Dr Gordon Wyllie, Trustee of the Read more about Signs & Symbol’s: Glasgow’s Coat of Arms[…]
St Mungo’s Primary School celebrated receiving this year’s Molendinar Award at their community fun day yesterday. It was a great day with lots of activities for the children – including a magician, bouncy castle, animal man and Bollywood dancing!