Welcome to the website of St Aidan's Episcopal Church, Clarkston, on the south side of Glasgow. We are part of the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway, in the Scottish Episcopal Church, a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion. We are also in full communion with the Lutheran Churches of Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, and Sweden, in the Porvoo Communion. Our congregation includes individuals and families from many parts of the world, and everyone is welcome to share in our worship and fellowship.
The weekly notice sheet can be found at the foot of this page.
Mosaic depicting the life of St Aidan, in the apse of St Aidan's, Leeds, by Sir Frank Brangwyn RA. The mosaic was completed in October 1916, and the Priest in Charge and congregation invite us to share in their joy as they celebrate its centenary. More about the mosaic can be read here, and members of St Aidan's are warmly welcomed to visit the church and view the artwork if they have occasion to be in Leeds.
Rev Canon Nicholas Taylor
MA MTh PhD
8.30 Holy Communion (said)
10.00 Holy Eucharist (sung), Sunday School & Creche
16.30 (winter), 18.30 (summer) Evening Prayer (from the start of Lent until All Saints, except during July and August); other evening services as announced on this page
10.00 Holy Communion (said)
Further details of our regular pattern of worship can be found on the Worship page.
Details of forthcoming special services can be found on this page.
For information on hiring our facilities for regular or occasional functions, see the Facilities page.
The stag is the traditional heraldic symbol of St Aidan, monk of Iona and Bishop of Lindisfarne from AD 635 until his death in 651. More information about his life can be found here.