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Message from the Dean Bishop Gregor has continued to make a determined recovery in the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital during this past week whilst rehabilitating from the effects of a mild stroke.  We are indebted to the care and professionalism of the medical team. Plans are now being made for his return home more »

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Glasgow Churches Together  Week of Prayer for Christian Unity ‘Breaking Down Barriers’ 7pm Thursday 19th Jan 2017 St George’s Tron Church Buchanan Street, Glasgow I do hope as many of you as possible will attend and support the City Centre Churches in their service. We are wanting as many people as more »

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A Church for Everyone We are seeking a Rector, who will be a priest in Anglican orders, with a strong heart for God and for people, with good leadership and organisational skills, who will promote the Kingdom of God through the various ministries of our church, working with all ages more »

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As many of you already know, Bishop Gregor suffered a minor stroke last week and is currently in hospital. He continues to make progress and it is expected that he will remain in the hospital at least for the next few days. If you wish to send a card or more »

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Glasgow Churches Together Forthcoming Events Mungo’s Bairns Fri 13th Jan 10am Wellington Church Join Glasgow Schools with Students from Glasgow University singing of St Mungo’s life and works, with a sing along of Glasgow street songs. Why don’t you have some lunch in the Crypt Café afterwards? Vita Kentigerni, the more »

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GLASGOW CHURCHES TOGETHER For the past eight years, Glasgow Churches Together and Glasgow Cathedral, along with the encouragement of the City Council, have held a highly successful ecumenical service to mark St Mungo’s Day.  This happy celebration of Glasgow’s Patron Saint has now become an established event in the life more »

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Fifteen people from the north part of the Diocese spent a Quiet Day for Advent in Bishop’s Court, Paisley on 3rd December, conducted by Maureen Brough and Carol Ann Mc Laren. The theme was “ Encounters” and we were led on guided meditations on the encounter of John the Baptist more »

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As I write, the clocks have gone back and things are getting darker. People now talk of light deprivation as a medical condition and it does seem that some of us are susceptible to all of that. But, at this time of the year, there’s a lot of extra light more »

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The church of St John the Evangelist is situated just west of the town centre within the Greenock West Conservation area in the Diocese of Glasgow and Galloway.  Our worship is liturgical and Eucharistic, blending the best of the traditional with the best of the contemporary. The rectory at 96 more »

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An offer to Member Churches: Scotland’s Churches Trust aims to advance the preservation, promotion and understanding of Scotland’s rich architectural heritage represented in its churches and places of worship of all denominations throughout the country. With a mission as important as this, you will not be surprised to hear that more »

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  OUTSIDE WORLD – A seminar led by Professor Mary Marshall, which will give key insights into the greater spiritual aspects of our relationship with nature and what gives meaning and purpose to our lives.  It will challenge our assumptions and give us new perspectives. Wednesday 26 October 2016 – more »

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The Scottish Government have published their consultation document prior to the final strategy being taken to parliament in May 2017 Views are requested from now till 7th December. Human Trafficking is the illegal trade of human beings for exploitation – sexual, labour, domestic servitude, criminal, organ removal.    Human trafficking more »