Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St Luke, Glasgow

Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St Luke, Glasgow

Denomination: Orthodox
Address: 27 Dundonald Road, Glasgow, G12 9LL
Local Authority: Glasgow
Listing: B

Church Overview

The only Orthodox Cathedral in Scotland. Formerly Belhaven United Presbyterian Church by James Sellars 1877, powerfully vertical Normandy Gothic. The congregation of St Luke’s relocated here in 1960. The main front is inspired by Dunblane Cathedral. Marvellous display of stained glass, Stephen Adam 1877, richly stencilled roof timbers, and original light fittings and furniture. Modern iconostasis featuring icons, some of which were painted on Mount Athos in the traditional Byzantine style.


Sunday: 10.30am-1.00pm

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Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St Luke, Glasgow


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