Vigil for Syria – Monday 15th March 2021

17.00-17.40 Join in an online Vigil for Syria, marking ten years of the Syrian conflict, as a public expression of solidarity with the Syrian people and Syrian refugees here in Scotland and in other countries. Register on Eventbrite: https://vigilforsyria.eventbrite.co.uk Whether or not you are able to attend the vigil, join in an act of solidarity … More Vigil for Syria – Monday 15th March 2021

New Bible Study: ‘Mission Rediscovered – Transforming Disciples’ by Rev Dr Kenneth Ross

Last week, we started a Bible Study that will run until Tuesday 2nd February, reflecting on parts of a recent interesting and challenging book ‘Mission Rediscovered – Transforming Disciples’ by Rev Dr Kenneth Ross, currently a Church of Scotland missionary partner in Malawi, and formerly General Secretary of the Board for World Mission. The book … More New Bible Study: ‘Mission Rediscovered – Transforming Disciples’ by Rev Dr Kenneth Ross

Merry Christmas!

Have a look at the greetings some of our members sent in – including a very appropriate reading and prayer. We wish everyone a very peaceful and happy Christmas.

Social Bite’s Festival of Kindness 2020: Put a gift under the Tree of Kindness in Byres Rd/Vinicombe Street

In past years, Wellington has held a “Gift Service” where we would bring gifts for those who may not receive any. The restrictions this year meant that we were unable to hold this service. One of our elders would like to suggest the following alternative which is happening in our church’s neighbourhood, the Social Bite … More Social Bite’s Festival of Kindness 2020: Put a gift under the Tree of Kindness in Byres Rd/Vinicombe Street

Advent Pack 2020

Because Advent and Christmas are going to be different this year, we have decided to give you a tool kit to help you work your way through advent.
We hope that it will help you to feel connected to the season, as well as
connected to each other when we’re worshiping at home and if some are
allowed back into the church later in December. The overall theme is:
Angels. … More Advent Pack 2020

Place for Pause – Listening for the Still Small Voice

Today’s Morning Reflection is based on 1 Kings 19:3-13 The transcript and task are available for download here: https://www.churchofscotland.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0020/69014/WednesdayText.pdf Click on the picture below for the video to start: Reading • 1 Kings 19:3-13 (NLT) – Rev Jenny Adams Reflection – Rev Catherine Beattie Prayer – Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the General … More Place for Pause – Listening for the Still Small Voice

How to write to your MP or other representatives

A blog by Rebecca Gebauer This week in Christian Today, I came across a commentary by Tim Farron (MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale and former leader of the Liberal Democrats) in which he raised the important issue of writing to your MP as a Christian. Under the title “Christians shouldn’t just be another predictable lobby … More How to write to your MP or other representatives

Gaudeamus Igitur – Online Graduations at UofG

In normal years, we would have just concluded three weeks of observing twice daily how students and parents celebrate a great mile stone in their lives: graduation from UofG. This year, graduations have moved online but traditions are still followed. Led by the University’s Chapel Choir, members of the campus community have come together virtually … More Gaudeamus Igitur – Online Graduations at UofG