St Bride's Episcopal Church

Kelvinside, Glasgow


The Rev Peter Bradley

 07543 186 404


Welcome to St Bride’s Scottish Episcopal Church, part of the world-wide Anglican Communion.

Welcoming video:

Welcome to St Brides.mp4

O Worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness:

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


Our Next Monthly Organ Recital Sunday 4 August 2024, 1pm

This will be given by

Gian Vito Tannoia (Conservatorio di Musica di Matera)  


Let's Play Piano:

Saturday 27 July 2024 

at 2.00pm:

The Glasgow Bach Cantata 

The next concert  in the series: Saturday 21 September 2024 

at 7pm 

St Bride's Church

69 Hyndland Road

Glasgow G12 9UX  

Here they are in rehearsal earlier in the project:


We continue to pray for all who are suffering in the world. For those in need in Ukraine, Gaza, Palestine, Israel, and all other places of conflict and trouble.

All are very welcome at 

any or all of these Services

Sunday 21 July Eighth Sunday after Trinity 

Preacher: The Rev Peter Bradley

Monday 22 July 

Sunday 28 July Ninth Sunday after Trinity 

Preacher: The Rev David Cameron

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


The gardens looking lovely ...

The laburnum in its full glory in May

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 choral celebration using the Scottish Liturgy 1970, a traditional language rite, forms our main Sunday act of worship. There is also 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 Episcopal Churches in Scotland that 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.