St Bride's Episcopal Church

Hyndland, Glasgow

O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness:

Let all the earth be moved at his presence (Psalm 96. 9)


Welcome to St Bride’s Scottish Episcopal Church, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion. Our Rector is The Revd Dr Kevin Francis, who until 2020 also served as Honorary Anglican Chaplain at the University of Glasgow.

Please ensure you use the hand sanitisers and wear masks/face coverings when in church (unless medically exempt).

Upcoming services:

Sunday 23 January: Epiphany 3

no service of Morning Prayer

  • 10.30am: Sung Eucharist

Monday 24 January: Monday of Epiphany 3

  • 7.00pm: Evening Prayer (via Zoom)

Sunday 30 January: Patronal Festival

  • 9.00am: Morning Prayer (via Zoom from the Rectory)

  • 10.30am: Festal Choral Eucharist

Monday 31 January: Eve of St Bride

  • 7.00pm: Evening Prayer (via Zoom)

Wednesday 2 February: The Presentation of the Lord (Candlemas)

  • 7.00pm: Choral Eucharist

Sunday 6 February: Epiphany 5

  • 9.00am: Morning Prayer (via Zoom from the Rectory)

  • 10.30am: Choral Eucharist

  • 1.00pm: Sunday lunchtime recital: 'Organ plus One' - Alan Tavener (organ) & Thomas Wilkinson (trumpet)


The church is not otherwise open for services or events during the week unless as advertised.


For details for upcoming services please visit the menu items at the side of the page or click on the following link: Upcoming Services.


St Bride’s Episcopal Church worships within the Prayer Book and Anglo-Catholic traditions.


We are part of the Scottish Episcopal Church which traces its history back to the beginnings of Christianity in Scotland. The Scottish Episcopal Church is a Province in, and member of, the world-wide Anglican Communion.


The Eucharist lies at the heart of our worship and a sung celebration using the Scottish Liturgy 1970, a traditional language rite, forms our main Sunday act of worship. In normal times, there is a full programme of daily services and a monthly Choral Evensong and Benediction. We offer and value the Sacrament of Penance (more usually known as Confession).


St Bride’s is one of a very few Anglican churches in Scotland that, in normal times, sings the Mass, with full Propers, every Sunday morning. A variety of settings of the Mass, from Renaissance polyphony (e.g. Byrd), to Viennese settings by Mozart and Haydn and Anglican settings by Stanford and Leighton, are sung.


All are welcome to come to our services and all baptised Christians are invited to receive the sacrament of Holy Communion. All may come to the altar to receive a blessing at the Eucharist.


Our Clergy and Pastoral Team are always available to offer a listening ear, or, where appropriate, practical help and support.

Come and join us – you will be most welcome.

Latest news:

We celebrate our patron saint, Saint Bride, at our Patronal Festival on Sunday 30th January. Do please join us!

Saint Bride looks down on us - and on all who pass by on Hyndland Road - from the west wall of the tower.