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We are a group of Christians who meet in the southside of Glasgow. We're a bible-centred church with a mixture of adults, teenagers and children. As Covid-19 restrictions ease we are meeting for physical church services at 2pm on Sunday afternoons which are also available online. Please contact us for further details.

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This Sunday we are looking at the second of three questions on the topic of work (work – why is it hard?) and you can book a place at our service (2pm) through our online survey or by contacting us. Neighbourhood Chaplaincy visits are taking place this week as well as visits to the local Sheltered Housing. We’re also looking forward to guests joining us from Italy for a special missions evening on Wednesday at 8pm. The FoodShare continues on Thursday morning at Thorntree Hall where we will be giving a helping hand. As we approach the summer holiday season a number of bible study groups will be taking a break and perhaps presents an opportunity for people to join one when they restart later. If you would like more information on these please contact us. We are also planning ahead for the summer and church members can respond to our recent survey to help with this and parents of church youth can now register for the week long summer session planned for the young people. Finally church members enjoyed a prayer walk in the local community on Sunday past and if we can pray for you in any way please let us know.

Find out more about what's happening here at South Glasgow Church and how you can get involved.

 

06 June
Brian Neilly 
Studies in 1 Samuel - The Kindness of The King (1 Samuel 24-26)
13 June
Alan Guy 
The Bible and Work - Why is work good? (Genesis 2:4-25)
20 June
Allan Robertson 
The Bible and Work - If work is good, why is it hard?
27 June
Mark Hamill 
The Bible and Work - How much is enough?
 

 
 
 
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