Category Archives: Glasgow Churches Together

05 Dec
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Glasgow Cathedral to host service honouring people killed in Queen Street incident

A special service to mark the anniversary of the Queen Street incident in Glasgow which left six people dead is being held later this month. Everyone is welcome to attend. The event, organised by ecumenical body Glasgow Churches Together, will ...

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20 Nov
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Audio: A Service for Paris

The Chair of Glasgow Churches Together, Fr David Wallace, leads us in prayer for the victims of the Paris terrorism last weekend. His, and our, prayers and reading are supported by ‘Night Fever’ and by the St Mungo Singers. The ...

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22 Oct
0

Glasgow Churches Together annual report: ‘Great strides are being taken’

“As we look back on the year that has passed, we have much to be thankful for and looking ahead, we have much to hope for,” said Rev David Wallace, chair of Glasgow Churches Together, as he opened the organisation’s ...

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22 Oct
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The Church: Towards a Common Vision

The Joint Commission on Doctrine of the Church of Scotland and the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland was discussed by keynote speaker Fr Henry O’Brien at Glasgow Churches Together’s annual general meeting on October 20. In 2007 the Commission produced ...

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Nicola Sturgeon
28 Jul
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Scots government responds to Glasgow churches’ intervention on Mediterranean migrants

  Glasgow Churches Together has received an answer from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to its call for a national debate on the migrant crisis. It reads in full: “Thank you for your email of 18 June to the First Minister ...

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David Strang
16 Jun
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National Prayer Breakfast: ‘justice and mercy’

The National Prayer Breakfast Scotland took place on Tuesday 16th June at the Inchyra Grange Hotel in Polmont. Glasgow Churches Together was represented by Elspeth Glasgow (Ecumenical Officer and Fr. David Wallace (chair). An opening prayer was led by Murdo ...

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European Council on Refugees and Exiles poster
16 Jun
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Glasgow churches call for national debate on Mediterranean migrants

Glasgow Churches Together has written to Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, expressing concern regarding the current migrant crisis in the Mediterranean. The letter reads: We believe it is inevitable, one way or another, that the people of Scotland will want ...

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14 Jun
0

‘Glasgow is indeed the welcoming city!’

Christians from all over Glasgow gathered in the City Chambers today to celebrate ‘Glasgow, the Welcoming City’. Fr David Wallace, chair of the event’s organisers, Glasgow Churches Together, said: “It was a great afternoon with some great music and a ...

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