Calendar of Events

Every Sunday, Matins commence at 9.30 a.m. followed by the Divine Liturgy at 11.00 a.m. ,finishing around 12.30 p.m., unless followed by a memorial or celebration service. The congregation then gathers at the Church Hall, where tea and coffee together with a selection of home baked cakes and biscuits, are served.

Vespers every Saturday evening from 6.30 p.m. -7.15 p.m 

Suplicatory Canons (παρακλήσεις) every evening 6.30-7.30 p.m

Services are held in English on the first Sunday of every month.  The Creed and the Lord's Prayer are recited in Greek, Russian (usually) and English - with Georgian, Romanian and other tongues to be heard depending on who is present in the congregation each week.

All visitors are welcome to attend the Holy and Divine Liturgy, but
you should note that only confirmed Orthodox Christians are permitted to receive Holy Communion.
  The blessed, but non-sanctified bread, distributed at the end of the Holy Liturgy, antidoron, is offered to all Christians.

Programme of Services in February

Πρόγραμμα Ἀκολουθιῶν Μηνὸς Φεβρουαρίου

EVERY SATURDAY:        Vespers 6.30pm

ΚΑΘΕ ΣΑΒΒΑΤΟ:             Εσπερινός 18.30



EVERY TUESDAY ΑΤ 6.30pm    Paraklesis (or Vespers if on the eve of a Feast-Day)                                                       Followed by Discussion Group

ΚΑΘΕ ΤΡΙΤΗ ΣΤΙΣ 18.30             Παράκλησις (ἢ Εσπερινός, ἐὰν παραμονὴ Ἑορτῆς και μετά, συνάντηση για πνευματικὰ θέματα

Saturday 2 February   The Presentation of our Lord     This is the Feast of the Romanian Orthodox Church in Glasgow, and we shall concelebrate with them at 111 Killin Street, Shettleston, Glasgow G32 9AH, 8am - 12

Σάββατο 2 Φεβρουαρίου    Της Υπαπαντής                    Πανηγυρίζει η Ρωμανική Ορθόδοξη Εκκλησία στη Γλασκώβη, και θα συνεορτάσουμε στο 11 Killin Street, Shettleston, Γλασκώβη G32 9AH, 8πμ - 12


Sunday 3 February

Κυριακή 3 Φεβρουαρίου

Matins & Divine Liturgy

Ορθρος/Θεία Λειτουργία

9.30am - 12.30pm

9.30πμ - 12.30μμ


Saturday 9 February

Σάββατο 9 Φεβρουαρίου

Liturgy in Aberdeen

Λειτουργία στο Aberdeen


Forty Martyrs of Sebasteia

Των Σαράντα Μαρτύρων

Sunday 10 February

Κυριακή 10 Φεβρουαρίου

Matins & Divine Liturgy

Ορθρος/Θεία Λειτουργία

9.30am - 12.30pm

9.30πμ - 12.30μμ

Sunday of the Canaanite Woman

Της Χαναναίας

Sunday 17 February

Κυριακή 17 Φεβρουαρίου

Matins & Divine Liturgy

Ορθρος/Θεία Λειτουργία

9.30am - 12.30pm

9.30πμ - 12.30μμ

Sunday of the Publican & the Pharisee

Του Τελώνου και Φαρισαίου

Sunday 24 February

Κυριακή 24 Φεβρουαρίου

Matins & Divine Liturgy

Ορθρος/Θεία Λειτουργία

9.30am - 12.30pm

9.30πμ - 12.30μμ

The Prodigal Son

Του Ασώτου Υιού

You may be interested in going to these films. Bookings can be made on line.

Glasgow Film Theatre 12 Rose Street, Glasgow G3 6RB

Centre for Contemporary Arts 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3JD 

Maria by Callas (France)

GFT / Thu 21 (13.00) & Mon 25 Feb (18.00)

Maria Callas was one of the great artists of the 20th century. This stunning documentary uses an array of interviews to tell her story in her own words. It is a story of a great opera singer but also of the constant tensions between Callas the artist, and Maria the woman. Home movies, archive footage, letters and rare private film of her performances paint a full picture of an extraordinary life, and there are thrilling scenes of her greatest roles from Norma and Carmen to Tosca and Madame Butterfly. A must-see for all opera lovers and all those who adored the “pure electricity” of Callas.


CCA / Thu 21 Feb (15.45) | GFT / Mon 25 Feb (16.00)

Elpida is mad as hell and she’s not going to take it anymore. Trapped in a loveless marriage to a boorish husband, she endures an unrelentingly drab life, and the menopause is about to add to her woes. Her only refuge is to escape into fantasy; lusting over the shirtless painter she watches or exacting a delicious revenge on the husband who has made her life a misery. Now, fantasy and reality are starting to blur. Tiny stresses build towards an explosive change in a film that mixes social realism and gothic horror. An intense Stela Fyrogeni is utterly compelling in the central role.

The Ghost of Peter Sellers (Cyprus)

GFT / Tue 26 Feb (18.00)       

Director Peter Medak and producer Paul Iacovou will be in attendance at this screening.

Fresh from the Oscar-nominated success of The Ruling Class (1972), director Peter Medak set sail for Cyprus to film a jolly pirate romp starring Peter Sellers. Ghost in the Noonday Sun should have been a riot but what happened during the filming makes Lost in La Mancha look like a walk in the park. This was a sinking ship that nobody could flee, although the mercurial Sellers did fake a heart attack to escape back to London. 40 years later, Medak combines extensive behind-the-scenes footage, fresh interviews and a return to Cyprus to confront the demons from his past.