We are pleased to announce that as of Sunday 19th July the Church, for the first time in almost 4 months, will at last be able to have the people present in services (subject to government regulations on limiting the risk of Covid19). Because of the requirements on distancing, people may sit ONLY in marked places, and you should be aware that the Scottish Government has for the time being stated that NO MORE THAN 50 PEOPLE CAN BE PRESENT. The Sunday service remains at the usual time of 9.30-12.30.

To get your free booking for Sunday 25 October, click here
Γιά δωρεάν κράτηση Κυριακή 25 Οκτωβρίου πατήστε εδώ
Note: no booking is necessary for week days
Σημείωση:δεν απαιτείται κράτηση γιά καθημερινές
(for gaining entry, please do not forget to either print and bring along or display the receipt e-mail)

Further derails will be published in 
  • Face coverings are now compulsory by order of our Archdiocese (subject to medical exemptions); on-site purchase possible
  • Number of worshippers limited to 50 (35 on ground floor and up to 15 in Hall)
  • Track-and-Trace in operation
  • Anyone who is unwell or who shows symptoms of COVID-19 (high temperature/fever, cough or loss of smell), or is in the extremely vulnerable group, or is shielding, who is isolating, or is living with someone who is isolating or is unwell, MUST NOT ATTEND THE CATHEDRAL.
  • Full risk assessment document has been e-mailed to members; it is also available on request, please e-mail info@GreekCommunityStLuke.scot for a copy.
  • Follow our Twitter accounts @CommGla or @ΚοινοτηταΓλασκωβης for updates

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

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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