Thoughtfulness in worship and in preaching, and warmth of friendship characterise our diverse community. We are a Christian family of all ages, from a wide range of backgrounds – socially, geographically and denominationally. In that, we are simply reflecting the amazing diversity and vitality of the West End of Glasgow.






Our Minister

Rev. Catriona Gorton, M.Phil., B.A., B.Sc.(Eng).

You can visit her blog.


Because of structural difficulties, our sanctuary is currently closed, so we meet in ‘The Tryst' next door. Consequently, the congregation is being challenged to explore God's purpose for her ministry, and the possible redevelopment of the premises. Inevitably, this has led to some disruption of our activities, but it makes life exciting, as we try to work out what it means to be a witnessing and serving Christian community in the heart of Glasgow's West End in the 21st century.




February 2016


Our services are normally held each Sunday at 11am and 7pm. 

Morning Services are currently being held in The Tryst. There is a crèche for children up to the age of 3, and older children go out to Sunday School during the service. (Just follow the crowd!) You are invited to stay for a cup of tea or coffee, after the service.

Evening Services are held jointly with friends from neighbouring churches. During February, Evening Services will be held in the Tryst


Sunday 7th February

11am.     Rev Mo Gibbs (This service includes communion)

7pm.      Roger Sturrock: Prayers for Healing


Sunday 14th February

11am.     Lionel Gibbs

7pm.      Anne Muir: Lent 1.(This service will include communion)


Sunday 21st  February

11am.    Rev Mo Gibbs

7pm.      Alison Ainslie: Lent 2.


Sunday 28th February

11am.    Lionel Gibbs

7pm.      Irene Allison: Lent 3.


We are currently experiencing problems with the connection to the audio recordings from the 21st June onwards. however the recordings are available on the OUR PODCAST HERE