About

Glasgow Churches Together was formed in 1988 as part of the Glasgow Garden Festival celebrations, and continues as an ecumenical forum and focus for activities.

Its member churches are the Church of Scotland, Methodist Church, Roman Catholic Church, Salvation Army, Scottish Episcopal Church, United Free Church and United Reformed Church.

Glasgow Churches Together works closely with denominations, congregations and local ecumenical groups within the City of Glasgow and in adjoining areas within the Church of Scotland Presbytery of Glasgow and/or the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Glasgow.

Monsignor Gerry Fitzpatrick, who has been involved with GCT since the beginning, has written a brief history of the organisation.

MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Committee members are nominated by their churches or are co-opted. They can be contacted through office@glasgowchurches.org.uk.

Church of Scotland, Presbytery of Glasgow
Rev Karen Hendry, Rev Gordon Kirkwood, Bill Meldrum, Rev Dr Laurence Whitley (Vice-Chair)

Methodist Church, Glasgow Circuit
Rev Andrew Baker

Roman Catholic Church, Archdiocese of Glasgow
Mgr Gerry Fitzpatrick, Fr David Wallace (Chair), Mrs Elizabeth McGettrick

Salvation Army
Major David Wing

Scottish Episcopal Church, Diocese of Glasgow & Galloway
Rev Paul Romano

United Free Church
Rev Ann Deacons

United Reformed Church
Rev David Taylor

Ex officio members
The Moderator of the Church of Scotland’s Presbytery of Glasgow; the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow; the Scottish Episcopal Bishop of Glasgow and Galloway; the Superintendent of the Glasgow Methodist Circuit; the Divisional Leader of The Salvation Army (West of Scotland); the Clerk to the Presbytery of the West of the United Free Church; a nominated Representative of the Synod of Scotland of the United Reformed Church; the Clerk to the Glasgow Presbytery of the Church of Scotland

Officers
Ecumenical Officer: Elspeth Glasgow
Treasurer: Jane McKenna

Music & Worship Sub-Committee

Convenor: Mgr Gerry Fitzpatrick
Members: Greta Doig, Elspeth Glasgow, Jane McKenna