Episcopal Cathedral Church of St. Andrew
Sunday - as for services, Saturday 10.30 - 13.00 throughout the year, Tuesday - Friday from May - September 11.00 - 16.00
|Sunday||Eucharist 10.45, Evensong 18.30|
Organist & Master of the Choristers
Dr Andrew Morrisson (since 1983)
The Cathedral choirs consist of Boys & Men, the Girls choir, formed in 2004 and an Adult choir, called the Cathedral Voices also formed in 2004. These three choirs alternate the singing of the Sunday services, whilst singers from the University Choral Society sing the Wednesday Evensong and the Lay Clerks sing the Friday Compline.
Original organ built by Samuel Green 1795. Rebuilt 1818 James Bruce Muir, Wood & co. and rebuilt 1871 with enlargement to 3 manuals. 1880 moved to the North side of the Choir. 1917 rebuilt Hill, Norman & Beard, 1970 rebuilt Rushworth & Draper and then rebuilt by Hill, Norman & Beard in 1984
3 manual 42 stops
Pedal 10 stops, choir 7 stops, great 12 stops, swell 13 stops
Provost & Rector
The Very Revd Richard Kilgour (since )
The present cathedral was designed by Archibald Simpson and opened in 1817. It had galleries all round and a small apse at the East End. G E Street designed a Choir and Chancel which were added in 1880. Work on extending and beautifying the building, to the design of Ninian Comper, began in 1938 and was completed after the War.
FCM at St Andrews
FCM Diocesan Representative
The Lord Glenarthur (Simon)