At this current time, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, we are unable to physically meet for worship and activities. Therefore, worship has moved on-line. All activities listed on this Website are suspended until further notice.
Sunday worship will appear on our YouTube channel (type 'Eastwood Parish Church of Scotland' into YouTube's search bar).The most recent service can be found in the video blog below.
Written Scripts of all of our worship can be found on the 'Sermon Catchup' Page by clicking the box above and then the pdf image for the worship you would like to read.
Greetings from Eastwood Parish Church of Scotland, located at the foot of Mansewood Road, where it meets Thornliebank Road, in the south-side of Glasgow. Our church building is just a short way up the hill behind the halls. We worship every Sunday at 11.15am.
We are a committed, hardworking, friendly and lively church family where everyone is valued and made welcome. We strive to be a major part of the immediate community life around the parish of Eastwood and aim to serve both young and old. Everyone is welcome at our clubs and activities. Please feel free to join us, you do not need to be a church member, just come along any time or contact us if you require more information. We can offer a worship space where everyone can feel valued and welcome.
We would be delighted to welcome you and yours to any of our services and activities at Eastwood.
Watch our new video blog below
'Seeds spreading Good News' - How does the Parable of the Sower, help us to spread the Good News?
You can watch our other videos HERE
Eastwood Parish News
We know that lockdown has been hard on many people. If you're not feeling quite yourself, SAMH has lots of good things on their website about looking after yourself during the Covid-19 outbreak.
The Help Hub has also been set up to help anyone who is struggling emotionally at this time. They are a group of over 800 professional trained therapists and counsellors who aim to provide a free therapy and counselling service for as many people as possible. Go to www.thehelphub.co.uk to book a 20 minute appointment.
If you need to speak to someone urgently about how you're feeling, these numbers might help:
- Breathing Space - 0800 83 85 87 - are there for with low mood, depression and anxiety
- Samaritans - 116 123 (Freephone) - are there for anyone struggling to cope
- Shout - text 85258 - the UK’s first 24/7 crisis text service, free on all major mobile networks