About St Columba (Gaelic)
St. Columba, the Gaelic Church of Glasgow, has served the Highland community in Glasgow since 1770. The congregation has been meeting at Blawarthill Church in Scotstoun since the two churches were linked in February 2023.
St. Columba has a service in English and Gaelic every Sunday, with occasional services entirely in Gaelic as advertised on our website. Currently the lack of suitably qualified Gaelic speakers is preventing regular Gaelic services, however webcasts of Gaelic services are available on our YouTube Channel, Eaglais Air-loidhne / Gaelic Church Online.
If you have a connection to the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, have a passion for the Gaelic heritage of Scotland, or you are visiting Glasgow and exploring your Scottish spiritual roots, you will find it easy to connect with the church family at St Columba. St Columba is an open and affirming congregation.
St Columba has a lively Sunday School where speaking and learning in Gaelic is encouraged.
Much more detail, including worship times, can be found on the website, which is kept regularly up to date.