Welcome to Scotstoun Parish Church
Our morning service begins at 10.30 am.
You are welcome to meet with us for Sunday Worship
Please come along and join us.
We will continue to follow the current guidance of any Covid restrictions made by the local government and the Church of Scotland to keep the building safe.
Should you wish to contact us in advance to register.
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Scotstoun Parish Church serves the area of Scotstoun in the west end of Glasgow. The church was originally dedicated as Scotstoun United Free Church in 1906, moving into the church of Scotland and becoming Scotstoun East church in 1929. The Parish later amalgamated with those of Scotstoun West and, most recently, Whiteinch, becoming known as Scotstoun Parish Church.
We would like to invite you to join us at Messy Church at 4 pm on Saturday 2nd October 2021.
We are excited to welcome you all back and also have spaces available to accommodate any families wanting to attend for the first time. Thank you to everyone who joined us in September for messy fun.
To allow us to make sure we are all safely spaced and we know numbers attending in advance for food and craft bags please email ‘TO CONFIRM A PLACE FOR YOUR FAMILY’.
Please confirm how many people from your household would like to come along. The event is free of charge to everyone.
The Messy Church Team will reply asking for registration details if we don’t already have them.
We really look forward to being back together again soon.
THE MESSY CHURCH TEAM
Messy Church is a church with a difference! Do you remember being bored to death in church and Sunday School as a child? Well, forget all that because a Messy Church is NOT boring.
Messy Church is fun! It takes place, once a month, on Saturdays – not Sundays. It runs from 4 pm-6 pm. You’ll see our adverts on lamp-posts throughout our community. Messy Church is not just for children – it’s for families. It’s for children of Nursery School and Primary School-age. But children must bring at least one parent or adult guardian with them.
Messy Church includes Crafts, Games, a Bible story and Singing. But that’s not all. Every Messy Church meeting concludes with a simple sit-down meal together in the West Hall. One thing about Messy Church is key: It’s for families. The crafts, games, story and singing are all done together as families. The meal is taken as a family, together with other families who are present. It’s a great way to meet other families in our community.
During lockdown, we’ve been doing Messy Church via Zoom. However, as soon as the restrictions are lifted we’ll be back in the church building once a month. We’d love to have you with us.
If you have any questions regarding Messy Church you can contact us via e-mail.
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