Chapel Services and Events - April - June 2021

Taizé Music and Prayers
Tuesday 4 May, and Tuesday 1 June, 6pm
Reflective services from the Taize community, with prayer and song led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.
Streamed via Chaplaincy YouTube

Big Hymn Sing In
Sunday 13 June, 4pm

Our annual community hymn-singing event returns for its second year online.
See Chapel Choir website to sign up.

Service for the Commemoration of Benefactors
Wednesday 16 June, 9.45am
While the annual Commemoration Day isn't taking place in 2021, this online service celebrates and gives thanks for those who founded and developed the University. Streamed via Chaplaincy YouTube


Monday 21 June, 9pm

Requiem for Solstice

Annual University Chapel Choir concert by candlelight, marking the longest day of the year. Conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.
Streamed via Chapel Choir YouTube  

Christian Morning Weekday Prayer Service via Zoom
Monday 19 April - Friday 28 May, 8.45 - 8.55am 
Please contact Chaplaincy for Zoom link: chaplaincy@glasgow.ac.uk 
Until further notice, all prayer services will take place online.

Individual Prayer and Contemplation
Due to the current restrictions, the Chapel is closed. However, we hope you will join us for Services and Events online. 

View Previous Chapel Services


Looking for a supportive conversation? Book an appointment with one of our Chaplains

Pastoral and Spiritual Care

Looking for a supportive conversation? Our team of Chaplains are available for confidential chats on any matter concerning you.

Book an appointment here or via MyGlasgow for students Appointment Booking Service.

Meet our Chaplains via the Chaplaincy YouTube Channel:

Chaplain to the University
Reverend Dr Carolyn Kelly 

Honorary Humanist Chaplain
Mandy Evans Ewing 

Honorary Muslim Chaplain
Shoket Aksi

Honorary Hindu Chaplain
Srihari Vallabhajousula

Honorary Church of Scotland Chaplain Rev
Professor Roger Sturrock

Honorary Assistant Church of Scotland
Chaplain
Rev. Elizabeth Johnston Blyth
Video to follow

Honorary LGBTQ+ Chaplain
Rev Linda Haggerstone

Honorary Sikh Chaplain
Ravinder Kaur Nijjar

Honorary URC Chaplain
Rev Andy Braunston

Honorary Roman Catholic Chaplain
Father Ross Campbell

Honorary Jewish Chaplains
Rabbi Aharon Lemberger
Hodaya Lemberger
Video to follow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CORONAVIRUS UPDATE - Coronavirus outbreak: information for students and staff

Pastoral and Spiritual Care: Looking for a supportive conversation? Our team of Chaplains are available for confidential chats on any matter concerning you.

Book an appointment here or via MyGlasgow for Students Appointment Booking Service.

 

Useful Links:
Coronavirus outbreak: information for students and staff
Advice for looking after your mental health during the Coronavirus outbreak
Emergency and crisis support


View previous Chapel Services

Chaplaincy You Tube Channel

Tuesday 23 March, 6pm
Choral Contemplations
University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

March 16 Tuesday, 6pm
Vespers: prayer, reflection on scripture and music for contemplation 
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music

March 14 Sunday, 11am
University Cathedral Service 

March 9 Tuesday
Choral Contemplations
University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 2 March
Taizé Music and Prayers
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 23 February
Choral Contemplations:Bute Hall Windows-Doctors of the Church
Online via Chapel Choir YouTube and Facebook

Wednesday 17 Feb 
Ash Wednesday Service Coronach: Lenten Lamentation
A service of music and reflection to begin the Christian season of Lent

Tuesday 16 February
Vespers: prayer, reflection on scripture and music for contemplation 
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 9 February Choral Contemplations
Online via Chapel Choir YouTube and Facebook

Tuesday 2 February Taizé Music and Prayers
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 26 January Choral Contemplations: Bute Hall Windows I - Robert Burns
University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 19 January Vespers: prayer, reflection on scripture and music for contemplation
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 12 January Taizé Music and Prayers
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Sunday 13 December Service of Lessons and Carols

Sunday 6 December  Madrigirls Advent Service

Tuesday 1 December Taizé Music and Prayers
Led by Rev Dr.Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the University Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music.

Tuesday 17 November, 18:00 Vespers: prayer, reflection on scripture and music for contemplation

Sunday 15 November 08:10 Sunday Worship Radio 4
Rev Dr Doug Gay, Principal of Trinity College, Glasgow, and Rev Dr Carolyn Kelly, Chaplain to Glasgow University explore the mixed feelings experienced when faith has to reckon with the complexities of life on Radio 4 at 08:10 Sunday 15 November.

Tuesday 3 November 18:00 - Taizé Music and Prayers.     
Led by Rev Dr Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music
Explore Taizé 

Tuesday 20 October 18:00 - Vespers: prayer, reflection on scripture and music for contemplation. 
Led by Rev Dr Carolyn Kelly, University Chaplain with the Chapel Choir conducted by Katy Cooper, Director of Chapel Music. 

The Road to Emmaus: part 1.
Online service from the University of Glasgow Chaplain, Rev Dr Carolyn Kelly.

This Too Shall Pass: Reflections on the Emmaus Road, part 2
Online service from the University of Glasgow Chaplain, Rev Dr Carolyn Kelly.

Stay With Us: Reflections on the Emmaus Road, part 3
Online service from the University of Glasgow Chaplain, Rev Dr Carolyn Kelly.