The Cathedral is now open for private prayer and contemplation 
For details, see our CALENDAR OF EVENTS page

For live streaming of the Divine Liturgy, see our

For updated travel information to Greece as of 15 June, please visit our WHAT'S HAPPENING-NEWS page

COVID-19 Assistance Fund
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought upon communities throughout the world a degree of loss and suffering which affects many and the Greek Community of Glasgow and its surrounding area could not be an exemption. There are sadly those in our midst who have lost their livelihood and there will be those who may tragically lose even more. This Assistance Fund will help those in need, whatever that need may be, and will be there to help families whose lives have been most affected by the consequences of the loss pf their income, where State support is not available. There are also a number of students who have been unable to repatriate and find themselves alone and feeling vulnerable, far from the security of their families. You can find full details on the operation of this Fund in our 

Welcome to the Greek Community of Glasgow and the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St. Luke, in the leafy West End of Glasgow, the only community-owned home of Orthodox Christians in Glasgow, Scotland.  It is the only cente for the gathering of all Greeks living in the Greater Glasgow area and further afield in Scotland's central belt like Ayr, Dumfries, Stirling, Helensburgh etc. and it is under the auspices of The Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain and the Oecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople.  The Cathedral welcomes Orthodox people of all nationalities, such as Scots, English, Russian, Ukrainian, Romanian, Ethiopian etc.

Internal view of the Cathedral

Some of the stained windows that adorn this classic building

Welcome to Scotland...Visitor Guide with National Map
Καλώς ορίσατε στή Σκωτία...Οδηγός Επικεπτών μέ Χάρτη

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