As you will have seen in our notices and from Liz Blythe’s video appeal following our service last week, we are looking for pictures of “pretty weeds” that you encountered on your walks, in your gardens, or any other outdoor adventure. There is still time to send us your pictures until tomorrow noon (Friday 17th … More Last call for “Pretty Weeds”
On Sunday, the Rev Liz Blythe will lead our Pentecost morning worship. Liz invites us to take a picture of ourselves wearing something red and send it to her or upload it to the church’s dropbox here: File Upload Please send your photo by tomorrow (Thursday 28th May) so that our editing team receives them well … More Let’s prepare for our Pentecost Worship this Sunday 31st May – send us a picture of you wearing something red by tomorrow
This Sunday is Palm Sunday and the Rev Liz Blythe invites us to prepare by cutting or making Palm Tree branches. If you send us a picture or clip of your preparations we will include them in our worship service, too. You can upload photos and videos here: https://wellingtonchurch.co.uk/file-upload/
On Monday 24th February, the University of Glasgow Chapel Choir contributed to BBC Radio Daily Service broadcast live from Wellington Church led by Fiona Stewart. You can listen to the recording of the service on the BBC website here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000fqg2 Tomorrow, we will have our Annual Joint Service with the University of Glasgow Chaplaincy Joint … More Join us tomorrow 11am for our Annual Joint Service with the UofG Chapel Choir
This Sunday, our morning worship will be lead by Dr Glenda White and her theme is “You never walk alone”. Be sure that it will be an inspiring and insightful service. Sunday 11am followed by tea and coffee in the Woodlands Hall. Wellington Church is an inclusive, affirmative, and welcoming church. ALL are welcome.
Today, Sunday group studied Genesis 1:1 -2:4 and reflected how we can take better care of creation. We thought about what we know (head), what we feel (heart), and what we will do (feet) to fight climate change and to encourage others to join us. Sunday Group is for teenagers (age 13+) and meets … More Discover Wellington: Sunday Group
The Rev. Tom Moffat, who will be conducting the Morning Service on Sunday, 29th September, will be using Bible texts from St. Luke chapter 16 verses 19 to 31, and 1 Timothy chapter 6 verses 6 to 19. He says that the article in the following link might usefully be read alongside the texts in preparation for our gathering and … More Come and join our Morning Worship this Sunday (29th September)
On Sunday 12th May 2019 at 11 am, Wellington Church will have the great pleasure and
privilege to welcome Christian Aid CEO, Amanda Khozi Mukwashi who will preach us into
Christian Aid week. … More Sunday 12th May: Kick off Christian Aid Week with Amanda Khozi Mukwashi
Wellington Church, University Avenue, Glasgow – Sunday 3rd March at 11am will be our annual joint service with Glasgow University Chapel when we will welcome University Chaplain Rev Stuart McQuarrie, Director of Chapel Music Dr Katy Cooper, University Organist Dr Kevin Bowyer, and Organ Scholar Tiffany Vong. The music to be sung by the joint choirs of Wellington and GUCC will be O Nata Lux (Tallis), Deus Creator (Cooper) and Te Deum Laudamus (Stanford). … More Joint Service with UofG Chapel – Sunday 11am
Every year, we prepare for Christmas by hearing story of the fall of humanity, the promise of the Messiah, and the birth of Jesus told in nine short Bible readings from Genesis, the prophetic books and the Gospels, interspersed with the singing of Christmas carols, hymns and choir music. Our Director of Music, Alan Kitchen has … More 9 Lessons & Carols – this Sunday 11am
This Sunday, our worship will be led by Christine Johnson and Robin Green. The service will consist of a series of reflections and meditations around the old carol “Jesus Christ the Apple Tree”. All welcome! The service is followed by tea and coffee in the Woodlands Hall.
This Sunday, our worship will be led by the Rev. Dr. Norman Shanks. We will explore the theme of “Christ the King” and what it means for us now. All welcome! The service is followed by tea and coffee in the Woodlands Hall.
For a PDF Version of the most recent order of service click HERE.
The Ancient Mariner is one of the greatest Christian poems in the English language. It deals with the huge themes of our faith – sin and its consequences; repentance; forgiveness; love; mercy and mission – and they don’t come much more momentous than that. … More Sermon – The Ancient Mariner