Here at St Margaret’s, communion is offered in both kinds at the altar rail, standing or kneeling. Given our relatively small numbers, it is possible for individuals and household groups to keep a respectful distance from each other. Each communicant can decide whether to receive the host only or consume the host and partake of the chalice. And if anyone would prefer just to receive a blessing they are welcome to come forward. If you require Communion to be brought to you, or a gluten-free wafer, please tell us when you arrive.
The St Margaret’s Guild offer coffee or tea, and biscuits, after our Sunday services. If you would like to join us, please make your way to the back of the church. Anyone preferring to remain seated can have refreshments brought to them.
Sung Eucharist on Sunday mornings starts at 10.30am using the 1982 Scottish Liturgy with the recommended Seasonal Eucharistic prayers.
We have an enthusiastic and committed organist and recordings are played on the Wyvern Sonata electronic organ should she be absent. Members of the congregation help with bell ringing, welcoming people and reading during services.
If you know of anyone who is housebound and would like Communion brought to them at home, please let us know (see Contacts).
St Mary’s Cathedral in Glasgow offers online services; please go to www.thecathedral.org.uk/worship