Right Rev John Chalmers, moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, has urged voters take part in the referendum in a spirit of unity, whichever way they intend to vote. To visit the Church of Scotland website and read more on this story, click here.
Welcome to the Presbytery of Glasgow website. We aim to provide up-to-date information for Presbytery members and visitors alike. If you're looking for a church in your area, just click here. Presbytery members can register here (website membership is currently only for Presbytery members).The site is updated regularly, so check back soon to see what's new, and don't forget to share your news and upcoming events with us.
The Church of Scotland traces its roots back to the beginnings of Christianity in Scotland, but its identity is principally shaped by the Scottish Reformation of 1560. Its current membership is about 12% of the Scottish population - although many more Scots and descendants of Scots in other countries claim some form of allegiance to it.
Presbytery’s Community Responsibility Committee maintains a list of foodbanks (last updated 18.09.14) within Glasgow Presbytery. (Please note that some initiatives may not be listed. e.g. The Trussell Trust may have satellite foodbank distribution centres/hubs.)
Foodbanks are currently experiencing unprecedented demand and are therefore very low on supplies. If you can help in any way, please contact a foodbank in your area. Click here for contact details.
Although we keep these details as up-to-date as possible, circumstances can change quickly and the list may become out of date. We advise contacting individual agencies in advance to check they still offer the services listed.