Could you help a young person who has been disadvantaged through no fault of their own? MCR Pathways offers the chance for a better future for young people who need motivated and committed adults to support them through a pathway from school to further education. Mentors are needed to offer a trusted, listening ear to help improve the chances of young people in our city. If you can offer just one hour a week and are willing put a young person first, MCR Pathways needs you! Click here for more details.
Did you know that Presbytery enjoys a special relationship with four charities based in Glasgow? Lodging House Mission, Church House, Glasgow the Caring City and 'The Well' Multi-cultural Resource Centre are supported by congregations and individuals across Presbytery who offer both practical and financial support. More help is always needed, though. Maybe you have some time to spare and would like to volunteer, or have specific skills to offer on a one-off basis. Click here to read more about each charity, or on the links above to visit their websites. You can also contact the Presbytery Office who can put you in touch.
The demand for foodbanks is greater than ever. If you need help from a foodbank, or would like to donate items, time or money to help this vital service, please click on the shopping bag for details of foodbanks in our area.
Please consider supporting your local foodbank with Christmas foods including treats such as boxes of chocolates/selection boxes during the festive season. Thank you.