We are Live Again!
Our doors are open each Sunday for public worship at 11am
The service (for a maximum of 50 people) follows all the protocols set by the national church and Scottish government re use of facemasks, sanitizer and contact tracing.
Toilet facilities are available.
We have not reached the 50 limit at any service so far but if we do a system of booking will be introduced if necessary.
For those not able to get to this service an alternate short worship service is offered on Wednesday at 10.15am which includes the opportunity to chat on line. There are currently around a dozen people who share in this and those who wish to join should contact the minister at DBlack@churchofscotland.org.uk
Those who wish to watch worship on a digital platform on a Sunday morning should visit the Church of Scotland website where you will find a selection of live streamed services to cater for a variety of worship styles.
We hope as lockdown eases to return to a full set of services and activities including the Wednesday service returning to being part of Coffee Break Café along with in person meetings.
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Showing forth the love of Christ in a multi-faith community
Our church is active, warm and friendly. Our members are all ages and bring a wide range of experiences. What we have in common is a desire to grow in our Christian faith.
Whether you are new to the area or have lived here for a while, we hope that this web site will encourage you to come and worship with us or join in our weekly activities.
For those who live far from Pollokshields, we hope that these pages will let you see the splendour of our beautiful Victorian building. However, seeing the real thing is best of all, so if you plan to spend time in Glasgow, why don't you come and visit us as well!
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