Virtual Collection / Offertory

We are grateful for any donation you can make. Our parish, like all parishes in the Church of England, has to finance itself. Without financial support from our users, we would not be able to maintain the current activities of mission and ministry nor maintain our beautiful grade II listed Gilbert Scott building.

  • To make a one off donation please click here.
  • To make a regular financial commitment to St John’s as part of the Parish Giving Scheme by direct debit, please click here
  • To leave a legacy gift in your Will or a gift in memory of a loved one, please click here and we will contact you.

Thank you for financially supporting our parish.

Virtual Collection / Offertory

We are grateful for any donation you can make. Our parish, like all parishes in the Church of England, has to finance itself. Without financial support from our users, we would not be able to maintain the current activities of mission and ministry nor maintain our beautiful grade II listed Gilbert Scott building.

  • To make a one off donation please click here.
  • To make a regular financial commitment to St John’s as part of the Parish Giving Scheme, please click here.

Thank you for financially supporting our parish.

In the appeal, Pope Francis, Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew and Archbishop Justin Welby urge everyone to play their part in choosing life for the future of the planet. 

For the first time, the leaders of the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church and Anglican Communion have jointly warned of the urgency of environmental sustainability, its impact on poverty, and the importance of global cooperation.

To read the statement please click on the button

Climate Sunday Links

Nations’ Climate Sunday Service: Churches Prepare for COP26

Sunday 5 September 2021 – 4pm


The link to join the service is now on the Climate Sunday website:

https://www.climatesunday.org/nationsclimatesundayservice 

You can also watch directly via YouTube:

https://youtu.be/! wwilrYRqu dg

If you cannot see the video here, please try the Glasgow Cathedral Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/glasgowcathedral

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