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, face masks and hand-sanitizing. Please note that from Sunday 22 August 2021, social distancing measures will be removed. 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 think about being the "greatest". We also celebrate the Sacrament of Holy Communion.
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Eastwood Parish News
We are holding a MacMillan Coffee Morning in the Church after the service on Sunday 26th September 2021. Come along and help us raise funds for this worthwhile charity.
Our Wednesday picnics have been going well, helped greatly by this wonderful spell of weather so we are going to continue on until the last Wednesday in September. Anyone is welcome to come along to the Church car park at 1pm to enjoy your own packed lunch and some fellowship.
The September edition of our Church Magazine "Crossbeam" can be found by scrolling down this home page.
The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Maternity Unit have issued an appeal for Knitted Hats to fit a child born between 6-8 pounds in weight. If you can help with this appeal, please contact our Minister, Jim, for either wool and a knitting pattern or for the uplift of knitted items.
Subject to any future change in COVID-19 restrictions, our Friday Badminton Club has restarted and we meet from 7 - 9pm. We welcome any age and ability, however, children must be accompanied by an adult, who remains with them throughout the evening. If you need any more information, please use the contact facility on this website.
We are celebrating Harvest on Sunday 3rd October 2021 with a service led by our Worship, Outreach and Pastoral Care group. Unfortunately, we are unable to sell produce this year but wish to have a collection in support the Lodging House Mission instead.