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.
We have returned to worshipping in our Sanctuary building on Sunday mornings at 11.15 am. This will be subject to Scottish Government regulations, regarding face masks, track and trace, and hand-sanitizing. The Sanctuary building service will also be live-streamed on our YouTube Channel. You are welcome to join us in whatever way you feel most comfortable. For more information, please use the contact form on this website.
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In today's service we focussed on Christ the King Sunday and celebrated the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
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Eastwood Parish News
We are holding a Christmas Concert by the Singing Duo ‘Short & Sweet’ on Saturday 4th December at 3pm in the Upper Hall. Tickets priced £5, which includes refreshment, can be purchased by contacting Anne Maree.
Glasgow Churches Together with St. Peter’s Partick invite everyone to join them for The Vigil of St Andrew, which celebrates Scotland’s National Saint, on Monday 29th November at 7pm in St Peter’s Church, 46 Hyndland Street, G11 5PS.
We want to say a big thank you to all our Knitters, during the last week we have donated 242 Baby hats, 18 Shawls and 10 jumpers to the Maternity Unit of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. If you are still knitting and have finished items that you would like collected, please call the Manse. If you would like more wool or to wool to join in this venture, please speak to Linda.
At the Gift Service on 5th December, we will once again be supporting the Social Work Dept of Glasgow City Council. Any gifts you can give will be greatly appreciated. Please remember not to wrap gifts but bring them to the Church in a gift bag. If you cannot make it to Church but would like to donate, please contact either Katie Morrison, Erika Watt, or myself. We look forward to welcoming the Rev. Caryl Kyle who will be leading this service.
The Blessing of the Crib Service will take place on Wednesday 1st December at 6 for 6.30 pm in George Square at the Crib.
"Carols for Peace", from Glasgow Churches Together, will be an on-line event going out on Sunday 19th December. However there will be a Carol Service in St Leo's, 5 Beech Avenue Dumbreck on Sunday 5th December at 7pm. This will be recorded and parts of it will be used for the Carols for Peace along with messages from the Lord Provost of Glasgow and hopefully the Lord Mayor of Bethlehem.