We are on Craigdhu Rd, G62 6QQ

We are on Craigdhu Rd, G62 6QQ

We welcome and invite you to join us as we grow in faith, hope and love together.

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Sundays at 11am and 6.30pm

Sundays at 11am and 6.30pm

We worship as a joyful response to all that God is and all that he has done for us.

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We share the love of God in Jesus

We share the love of God in Jesus

We witness because the church exists for the good of all people and the glory of God.

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Sunday Morning Worship

Luke begins his gospel by asserting that he had ‘carefully investigated everything from the beginning’ and that he has written ‘an orderly account … so that you may know the certainty of the things you have been taught.’

With Luke's purpose in mind we invite you to join us on Sundays at 11am

Wednesday Worship

Each Wednesday at 12 noon we have a short time of worship. This weekly service is relaxed, informal and dementia friendly, therefore suitable for everyone. A light lunch is provided in the hall afterwards giving us the opportunity for fellowship.

Everyone is welcome

Sunday Evening Worship

The prophecy of Isaiah is contained in a book that has been called 'The Bible in Miniature'. Here we learn about how God spoke to his people in Judah to warn of his judgement; and in Babylon to promise his salvation - a timeless message that has a relevance for us.

Join us on Sundays at 6.30pm

Breakfast and Praise

We invite men of all ages to join us in the hall to share in fellowship, food and faith on the third Saturday of each month from 9am to 10am

Our next meeting is on Saturday 18 May at 9am when we will have Philip Rose of Operation Mobilisation

NB there is no meeting in April as this is Easter weekend

Holy Week Services

Mon 15 to Fri 19 April at 7:30 pm

Milngavie Churches Holy Week Services will be held in St Paul's Church where the preaching will be shared by local ministers.

Good Friday Walk of Witness – meet at the clock in the village at 11am. There will also be a short service on Sat 20 April at 9.30 am in the United Free Church.

Heart to Heart

Ladies of all ages are welcome regardless of membership status or denomination. Ladies are welcome to our meetings on Tuesdays at 7.30pm at the manse, and on Fridays Mums, Babies & Toddlers will be welcome from 9.30-11am in our church. See our page for details

Any ladies wishing to join us will be made very welcome.
Call Honor on 07585 978922

Prayer BreakfastPrayer Breakfast

Prayer Breakfasts are held on a monthly basis when Christians from all the Milngavie Churches come together to pray for local, national and international needs. Breakfast is served from 8.00 am and continue from 8.45 am to 9.30 am for prayer.
The next Prayer Breakfast is on Saturday 4 May in St Luke's Church.
All are welcome.

Prayer & Bible Study

The church father Origen spoke of Jude as 'filled with flowing words of heavenly grace'. Jude helps the devoted believer to be concerned for their own faith and to restore and build up the faith of others in the church.

We meet on Thursdays at 7.30pm.

At Home

Our monthly meetings are held in the home of Justin and Aspasia in Bearsden, and in the home of Manon in Milngavie, where we meet to share in fellowship and faith using Wayne Grudem’s Christian Beliefs, which involves watching a DVD and engaging in discussion on the subject.

Check the diary to find out when our next meeting will take place. Click on the image if you want to find out more

The Picture House

First Friday of each month 2-5pm with choc ices at the interval.

Football Reminiscence Group

The first and third Monday of each month 2-3.30pm with pies and bovril at half time.

Check the diary for dates or call 0141 946 0966

Women's Fellowship

Each week we will have a different speaker and topic, all based around our theme for 2017-18: 'Walking in Wisdom'. Women of all ages, regardless of church membership, are welcome to join us. Click on the logo and check our church diary for details

Craft Group

We meet every Tuesday at 1.30pm. Our meetings are more of a get together for ‘knit-n-natter’ as we believe the social aspect of our group is just as important as the crafts we produce.

Check the church diary for dates or click on the logo for more info.

Contact Joan on 0141 563 9697