Sunday Service 6 September 2020

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Sunday Service 6 September 2020

Unfortunately, because of technical issues beyond our control – the recording cannot be used. This means that we will not be able to give you a link to today’s service. We apologise for that and assure you that we will have ironed out all the issues by next Sunday.

We will still be uploading a weekly reflection on Wednesday.I also want to make us of this opportunity to appeal to anyone who might know of someone, or themselves be willing, to take over these technical responsibilities from me. As you know we are moving away at the end of the month, and I would like to train someone (or more than one person) who can take over the recording of the services. We might even have more than one person who can help (and alternate with) each other. Perhaps some of our younger folk might be willing and eager? Please let me know!

The Wedesday Reflection will continue as usual.

We would like to remind everyone that there are also other worship resources available. The Church of Scotland has a list of congregations that livestream Church services. To access these - please follow the link below:

Great to see PCT has a revitalised website. We look forward to being able to share together again in worship and social events as lockdown eases.

As Always – feel free to email me at if you want to talk.

Feel free to look us up on Facebook or visit our website at:

Our Facebook Page

Previous Reflections can be found here.

Coronavirus Update

Now that Lockdown has entered phase 2 we are able to plan towards opening our church.

We do not have a date for opening as yet but we are working on putting in place all the things that are needed to make it safe for folk to return to the building.

The Kirk Session will make the decision about returning and the Presbytery will sign off that we have put all the proper safety requirements regarding cleaning, disinfecting, physical distancing and flow of people in place.

When we do open things will be different from what they were before lockdown but it will be good to be able to worship together again

Rev. David Black

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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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