On Saturday 10th June, a 120 strong audience of Wellington people, RCS students and the wider public greatly enjoyed the last in the current series of Classical Music Concerts given by students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. … More West End Festival reviews: June 10 Music for a Summer Saturday
There will be Japanese Experience corners from 1:00pm with origami,
Japanese calligraphy, colouring pictures and Japanese sweets.
Then performances from 2:30pm, including Taiko (Japanese drumming), will be performed by local children and adults.
This is a festival for all, regardless of their backgrounds. … More The 17th Japanese Matsuri
Open to anyone from anywhere.
The Club is a good way to meet local people, discover
local culture and to practise speaking English.
YOU ARE WELCOME! … More Have a look at the International Welcome Club Program!
The New Scottish Hymns Band performs stripped- back acoustic versions of their modern folk hymns following the release of their 2016 album ‘We Shall All Be Changed’. Join hymnwriter Greg de Blieck and and the band as they explore the role of church singing in the beautiful sacred space of the magnificent Kelvinside Hillhead Parish … More New Scottish Hymns
If you are a student in Glasgow, you can submit photos to our contest by emailing them to lizy @ wellingtonchurch.co.uk.
Our theme is “Journeys of Life, Journeys of Faith.” Any photos that fits that theme, in your mind, are eligible. Submitted photos will be shared on our Twitter (@Wellie_Students) and on the church’s Facebook page (Wellington Church Glasgow). The winners will be chosen at the end of the summer and announced at our Freshers’ Week dinner! Prizes will be awarded at that time. … More Journeys of Life, Journeys of Faith – Wellington’s first Summer Student Photo Contest
Erskine Veterans’ Wishes Week takes place each year during the 1st – 8th of June and focuses on both raising awareness of Erskine and bringing in much needed funds. By taking part in Erskine Veterans’ Wishes Week you are helping to fulfil the wishes of our veterans, enhancing their quality of life and the Care Erskine provides. … More Erskine Veteran’s Wishes Week 1st – 8th June
A weekend festival at the anniversary of St Columba’s death. Workshops and
other events will explore themes from Columba’s life (incarnation, learning, mission, exile, prayer, spirituality & political engagement;) through issues present in
the contemporary context and culture of Scotland, and further afeld. … More ColumbaFest 9th-10th June Glasgow
The 2017 Welcoming City Event is celebrating, Heritage, Culture and Diversity.
We have a new Lord Provost, Eva Bolander, and we are on the brink of a new era within our City.
Please come along and celebrate with young people from our city, Church and Civic Leaders.
… More Glasgow the Welcoming City
On Saturday, 10th June, the WECWC have their annual coach trip which allows us to go a little further and to cover a linear route, both of which are difficult with cars. This year we are walking another section of the John Muir Way from North Berwick to Dunbar. The total distance is 12½ miles. However, … More WEST END CHRISTIAN WALKING CLUB: walk and ride day out!
This will be an informal poetry evening in which some of us will offer to read poems old and new, or in some cases prose. … More Strange Power of Love
We begin a new study on Thursday, 4th May at 8.00 pm in the Crèche, using a book based on changes in the pattern of Church in Brazil.
The book ‘Ecclesio-Genesis’ by Leonardo Boff, is the Brazilian theologian’s noted work on the phenomenon of BCCs: small communities of the faithful who study, theologize, and work together for the kingdom of God. Boff explains how the Brazilian base communities are a “New Way of Being Church”, a dynamic model for church structures today. This book offers background and various useful insights for small Christian communities in North America. (adopted from goodreads.com)
A good time for new members to join us. … More Questions of Faith: ‘Ecclesio-Genesis’ by Leonardo Boff
by Glenda White By a circuitous means, via Maureen Small and Linda Brown to name but two, copies of three walks undertaken, over a hundred years ago, by the ‘lads’ of the Wellington Rambling Club have been passed to me. Since, after 31 years, I’m just about to give up the leadership of the West … More The Wellington Rambling Club
Saturday 10th June at 1pm in Wellington Church MUSIC FOR A SUMMER SATURDAY, presented by Connor Smith, will be a performance of chamber music, given by several talented students from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. The programme will include music from the Cubarsi String Quartet, solo piano music played by Maya Rosenwasser, and vocal duets … More West End Festival 2017 at Wellington
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Dear Friends, Our theme through Lent this year has been ‘Breaking the Barriers’, and that was our theme at the congregational weekend away as well. We’ve looked at the barriers Jesus breaks to speak to a Samaritan woman – barriers of tradition and convention, or religion and nation; we’ve looked at the barriers facing a … More Message from the minister