For pastoral needs please contact the minister on 07903 926727 or email DDenniston@churchofscotland.org.uk
Following the advice that we should stop Sunday morning services for the time being we have been looking at how we can still share in worship in a virtual environment. We are pleased to say that we will therefore be conducting the following:
11am every Sunday we will post a ‘service’. Here, Twitter, Youtube and on Facebook
We will also be posting a daily reflection form our interim minster David from Monday onwards.
We would encourage you to participate in a pause for prayer twice a day if you are able when we will be remembering those in the wider world, those in our parish, and those at QPG.
Finally we would like to invite and encourage you to take part in the national day of prayer (This Sunday) by lighting a candle at 7pm as ‘a visible symbol of the light of life, Jesus Christ, our source and hope in prayer.’
Keep praying, keep hoping and keep well!
Blessings from all those at QPG.
We have lit a virtual candle on this National day of Prayer to symbolise Jesus Christ the light of hope and salvation in our lives, particularly at this challenging time.
Queen’s Park Govanhill is a Church of Scotland parish church situated on the South Side of Glasgow. All are welcome at Queen’s Park Govanhill Parish Church. For an insight into what we do you can find our monthly magazine here, and listen to our ministers sermons here. See our mission statement below or brows through our website for more information.
We exist as a parish church to represent, discover and extend the Kingdom of God in our parish, and through our parish, the world. We gather as a church family in order to explore and nurture our faith through life in active community and through worship. As we grow together, we want to share out God’s love with our neighbours. We believe that God is working in and has a purpose for the parish of Queen’s Park and Govanhill, and we expect to discover the Kingdom of God outwith the walls of our church buildings. As we discover more and more about God’s work in our parish, we want to partner with our neighbours to encourage the building up of the values of the Kingdom of God — values such as love, peace and justice.