You will find us at: 869 Crow Rd., Anniesland, Glasgow, G13 1LE
SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP
The church has now reopened for worship on Sunday mornings at 11am. We are following all the Government and Church of Scotland guidelines to enable us to do this safely so things will be a little different from usual. There will be a one way system in and out of the church building with people being directed to their seats. Everyone will need to adhere to social distancing, wear face coverings unless unable to for medical reasons, and use the hand sanitiser provided. Our welcome team will be on hand to direct everyone and offer guidance if anyone is unsure, please be patient as we put our new safety measures into practice.
The guidelines state that we are only allowed 50 people in the sanctuary, and that singing is not permitted. We also have to record the names and contact details of anyone attending the service these are kept for 21 days before being destroyed.
The services will also be available by zoom , for those who are unable to join us at the church. The meeting ID and password are the same as usual. For more details of how to access this please contact our minister Rev Fiona Gardner email: FGardner@churchofscotland.org.uk
Sunday club should be starting back later in August please check back here for further details.
However you decide to join us we look forward to welcoming you to worship on Sunday.
Our minister Rev Fiona Gardner also posts weekly meditations on You Tube and the church Facebook page which can be accessed anytime. More details are available by clicking here ‘Worship Online’.
There are also other Church of Scotland churches which stream acts of worship if these are more convenient for you. Click on the link below for a list of services. https://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/worship/services-online
All are welcome no matter where you are in your faith journey.
Our usual evening services are held between September and May on the fourth Sunday of each Month at 6:30pm. They take the form of a service of Health and Healing, except for Communion Sundays when there is a celebration of communion. The 27th September and 25th October services will be held by zoom. Details of how to access these will be available nearer the time.
KNIGHTSWOOD FELLOWSHIP OF CHURCHES
Between September and May we have a joint Sunday evening service at 6:30pm with the Knightswood fellowship of churches. These are timed to celebrate together the seasons of the Christian year, and held in a different church each time. The services are followed with fellowship afterwards. Everyone is welcome to come along. These services are postponed at the moment due to the Corona Virus restrictions.
Our Thursday morning service has resumed. There will be a short service in the sanctuary, which will also be available on zoom. These services will be subject to the same guidelines as our Sunday worship. Due to these restrictions there will be no tea and coffee after the service. For more details of how to access this please contact our minister Rev Fiona Gardner email: FGardner@churchofscotland.org.uk
Our main celebrations of Holy Communion are held 4 times a year, normally the second Sunday of the month in March, June, September and December when we also celebrate Holy Communion at our evening services.
BIBLE STUDY AND PRAYER TIME
Most Wednesday evenings from September to June we meet for prayer time from 6:40pm followed by bible study from 7:30pm. All welcome.
Our bible study group is postponed at the moment due to the Corona Virus restrictions. We do have a joint prayer group on zoom with Knightswood St Margaret’s and St David’s Knightswood churches. For details of how to access this please contact our minister Rev Fiona Gardner email: FGardner@churchofscotland.org.uk
SERVICE FOR THOSE WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED LOSS
A once a year service of thanksgiving is held in the evening on the last Sunday in November. Invitations are sent to all who have been bereaved during the course of the past year. However, all are welcome to attend this service in which we remember those whom we have lost, and give thanks for their lives.