The home of Gaelic worship in Glasgow, Scotland
ST COLUMBA GAELIC CHURCH, GLASGOW
Sunday Services: 10:00 (Gaelic), 11:30 (English). Joint Services as announced.
Joint Gaelic / English Services are currently being held at 11.30 a.m.
The next Gaelic Service (10.00 a.m.) is planned for :
8th December - Professor Donald Meek
The Sanctuary is open for visitors every Thursday between 12 noon and 2 p.m.
Please contact us if you would like to act as a guide on an occasional Thursday.
11.30 a.m. services (English or Bilingual) will be led by:
Sunday 13th October - Rev G. Melvyn Wood, Int. Moderator (Mòd Sunday)
Sunday 20th October - Rev Roddy John Campbell (Communion)
Sunday 27th October - Rev David P. Hood
Sunday 3rd November - Rev Esther J. Ninian
Sunday 10th November - Rev Esther J. Ninian (Remembrance Sunday)
Sundays 17th & 24th November - Rev. T. Alastair McLachlan
Sunday 1st December - Rev. Hilary McDougall
A Prayer from Life and Work Magazine's
A Dhè ar n-Athair uile bheannaichte Tha sinn a’ toirt taing dhut airson na rinn thu air ar son nuair a cheannaich agus a shaor thu sinn tro d’ ìobairt air a’ chrann-cheusaidh. Deònaich gum biodh sinn daonnan a’ cuimhneachadh gu bheil do ghràdh agus do ghràs nas motha agus nas cumhachdaiche na tha ar cuid pheacaidhean agus fhàillinnean. A Thighearna, glòir agus moladh a bhith dhutsa air sgàth do ghràidh agus
d’ fhialaidheachd! Amen.
God our blessed Father, we thank you for all that you did for us when you bought and redeemed us through your sacrifice on the cross. Grant that we may always remember that your love and grace are greater and more powerful than our sins and failures. Lord, glory and praise be to you for your love and generosity! Amen
St. Columba, The Gaelic Church of Glasgow, in the mainstream of
the Church of Scotland since 1770, has maintained a theologically moderate Christian witness in the city, both in Gaelic and in English.
We warmly welcome you to our services and trust that you will
experience God’s presence during your visit.
who are unwell
A CARING CONGREGATION
ONE STEP AT A TIME
Providing a community focus for the Gaelic community
YouTube clip - 100th Psalm in Gaelic, recorded in 1991.
Tigh mo Chridhe, Tigh mo Ghraidh
House of my heart, house of my love
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