The home of Gaelic worship in Glasgow, Scotland
ST COLUMBA GAELIC CHURCH, GLASGOW
Joint Gaelic / English Services are currently being held at 11.30 a.m.
Next Gaelic Service date will be posted here as soon as possible.
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 5th January 2020 - Mr Robert McFarlane, Reader
Sunday 12th January 2020 - Rev. Linda Walker
Sunday 19th January - Rev. David Maxwell
Sunday 26th January - Mr Robert McFarlane, Reader
Sunday 2nd February - Rev David Maxwell, OLM
Sundays 9th, 16th, 23rd February - Rev T. Alastair McLachlan
A Prayer from Life and Work Magazine's
A Thighearna uile-bheannaichte, Aig an àm seo dhen bhliadhna gu sònraichtetha sinn a’ toirt taing dhut air sgàth do theachd nar measg, thus’ a tha os ar cionn;tha sinn taingeil gun do nochd thu ann am feòil, thusa a dhealbh ar feòil-ne;gun tàinig thu dhan talamh, thusa a dhealbh an talamh bho thùs le cumhachd d’fhacail;gun tàinig thu ann an eachdraidh, thusa a tha bith-bhuanta.Dèonaich, a Thighearna, gum bitheamaid, aig an àm thrang seo, daonnan a’ cumail brìgh agus f ìrinn na Nollaige far comhair. Amen
Ever blessed Lord, At this time of year we especially thank you for your coming among us, you who are above us. We are grateful that you appeared in flesh, who created us, and you came to the earth, having designed the whole earth with the power of your word; you came in history, you who always existed. God, our Lord, help us at this busy time always to keep the meaning and reality of Christmas before us. 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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