St. Bride's Church


Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness: Let all the earth be moved at his presence. (Ps. 96. 9)

Welcome to St Bride's Episcopal Church, in Glasgow's West End.

We are a church in the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway, one of the seven historic dioceses of the Scottish Episcopal Church, a member of the world-wide Anglican Communion, and the Porvoo Communion.

Everyone is warmly invited to come to any of our services. Baptised members of all churches are welcome to receive the Sacrament of Holy Communion; all are welcome at the altar for a blessing.

A Baptism, Wedding, or Funeral can be arranged by contacting the parish clergy, who, together with the pastoral assistants, are always willing to visit the housebound or those in hospital, offer a listening ear, or (where appropriate) provide practical support.


St Bride's Episcopal Church
69 Hyndland Road

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There is a choral Eucharist (Scottish Liturgy 1970) every Sunday at 10:30 am, and further celebrations throughout the week. Click here for the programme of services and other devotions on Sundays and during the week. The music list for services may be found here.


by the Revd Dr Kevin Francis (University of Glasgow and Assistant Curate at St Bride's)

1. Wednesday 25 February, 7pm, Thomas More, 1478-1535: life and times
2. Wednesday 4 March, 7pm, More and the problem of government (Richard III and Utopia Book 1)
3. Wednesday 11 March, 7pm, More and the ideal world (Utopia Book 2)
4. Wednesday 18 March, 7pm, More, the Church, heresy and 'the King's Great Matter'
5. Wednesday 1 April, 7pm, The Trial, the Tower, the Block, the Reputation


The church is open for general visiting at the following times:

- 2nd Saturday of the Month from 9.00am to Midday
- 3rd Sunday of the Month from Midday to 3.00pm
- 4th Saturday of the Month from 9.00am to Midday

The church is also open at other times for private prayer and visiting, by request.


The choir of St Bride's is looking for new members. If you are keen to sing a variety of sacred music week by week, have reasonable sight-reading skills and a clear voice, we should be delighted to hear from you. Choral scholarships are available for singers under the age of 25. See organ and choir for more details.


The Oystercatcher, our parish magazine, is available in church or online here. The Weekly Pew Sheet, containing the music, hymns, readings, and names of those who have asked for our prayers, as well as the general parish notices, is online here.