We are Garthamlock & Craigend Parish Church and we have served the communities of Garthamlock & Craigend and beyond for over fifty years.
We hope to expand our mission and add to the current groups and services available in the church building as we work in collaboration with the residents of Garthamlock and Craigend.
Garthamlock and Craigend Parish Church is fully equipped for Conferences & Presentations / Movie nights and Events / Weddings / Funerals / Memorial & family services. The Church yard has also been developed by the Garthamlock & Craigend Gardening group to include a Community Garden.
A number of Groups run during the week and are very varied from support groups such as Gamblers Anonymous and a North East Recovery Cafe, and Slimming world to various sport and activity groups such as Taekwon-Do and Karate classes, Glasgow 99th company Girls Brigade, Dance Classes and Drama and Theatre Arts club, all meeting during the week at the Church. Please see our What's On page for current events.
To find our more about what goes on inside the Church, browse through the pages, contact us using the enquiry form on the site or by emailing us direct @ email@example.com. A telephone answering machine service is available on: 0141 766 1421. Please leave a message, we will get back to you as soon as we can. Or use the link to go to our Facebook page.
Better still why not pop in, have a chat and see what we have going on. We are always looking for volunteers to get involved whether it be serving Tea / Coffee during one of our services or as a volunteer for one of the clubs or in the Community Garden.
For Pastoral Care and Support contact our Minister Rev I. Scott McCarthy on 07725037394 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Family and Community work enquiries contact our Family and Communities worker (Part time) - Karen Black - 0141 766 1421 or via email KBlack@churchofscotland.org.uk
Worship and Services
We hold our normal Sunday Service at 11am.
We hold special services on Maundy Thursday, Easter Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas day.
A typical Sunday will see around 20-30 people worshipping at the church and the ages range from babies to people in their nineties.
We have an informal style of worship and friendly atmosphere which draws people from all backgrounds