Embark on a transformative journey with the Anglican Chaplaincy at the University of Glasgow (part of the university’s vibrant Interfaith Chaplaincy) – a curated series of ten special services during the 2023-2024 academic term. Sung by the gifted musicians of the University of Glasgow Chapel Choir and led by clergy from St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, each evening event lasts approximately one hour. Delve into Scripture, explore spirituality, and embrace the evocative power of music. All are welcome regardless of background, religious affiliation, or connection with the University.
A stirring Choral Evensong highlights Sir Charles Villiers Stanford’s compositions and those of his students and successors one hundred years after his death. (Note: This replaces an electronic music programme, now rescheduled for later in the year.)
The culminating service of the academic term, a celebration recognising St Joseph’s enduring contribution to the tapestry of faith.
On this day, the Church remembers Paul Miki and the Martyrs of Japan.
Dr Deborah Lewer, an authority on modern German art, offers guided reflections alongside an enthralling musical line-up including a new commission by John LeGrove.
Experience Choral Evensong through an innovative lens – voices and electronics combine in ethereal tones. A contemporary twist to the traditional evening service, enhancing the journey of spiritual understanding for all who partake in it. (Originally scheduled for 5 March.)
The University of Glasgow
Glasgow G12 8QQ
The Very Rev Kelvin Holdsworth
The Rev Canon Oliver Brewer-Lennon