We are the local Church of Scotland congregation in the Glenburn area of Paisley, welcoming to one and all.
|Worship Update 9th January 2021|
With all of mainland Scotland in Lockdown, our churches are again closed. Our services will once again be pre-recorded and available on our
Social Media channels until the restrictions are relaxed. All are welcome
to join us at 11am on our social media channels.
|Services will be recorded each week and will be available to watch at any time via our YouTube Channel. The link to the Service will be posted on|
Sunday 21st February 2021 11am
Join us this Sunday as we livestream our Sunday worship at 11am. The service will be led by John Spooner and music from Allan.
The feed will go live at 10.55am with the service starting at 11am. If you experience any issues with the feed please let us know in the YouTube disccusion accompanying the feed.
All of our previous online services can be viewed on our YouTube Channel.
Our Sunday Service starts at 11am and lasts for around one hour. It features modern music, songs and traditional hymns.
For children we offer a Creche and KidsZone for Primary ages and teenagers.
Whether you have a church background, or are looking for the first time, you’ll find us an easy and friendly gathering of people.
It would be great to see you.
Locum & Interim Moderator
Rev Maureen Leitch is our Interim Moderator and our Locum is John Spooner who will be conducting services on a regular basis on Sunday’s at 11am.
Church of Scotland Vision
The vision of The Church of Scotland is to be a church which seeks to inspire the people of Scotland and beyond with the Good News of Jesus Christ through enthusiastic worshipping, witnessing, nurturing and serving communities.
Session Clerk & Deputy Session Clerk
Muriel Smith is our Session Clerk Florence Blackburn is our Deputy Session Clerk.
Our vision :
Our vision for our Church is to be:
A place where…
All people of all ages are welcome
Everyone’s gifts are valued
We love and respect each other
We’re open minded, patient and understanding with each other.
And people come to believe in Jesus.