“To be a Sanctuary of Hope and Love in our Community”
Restrictions around in person worship have been eased, allowing us to worship together from 28th March. There will be a Zoom service at 10am (contact the minister for the link). There will then be a service in the church at 11am (contact Wilma on 0141 230 5139 or by email to book). Check out our plans for Easter HERE.
We will continue to publish our podcast HERE. Keep up to date with what's going on HERE.
Join with Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in prayer:
Watch Rev. Roy Henderson, minister at Pollokshaws Parish Church, on Reflections from the Quay on BBC iPlayer HERE.
Click HERE to see our vision statement
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Giffnock South Parish Church has been very successfully twinned with Pollokshaws Parish Church for many years. The twinning with Pollokshaws was a natural choice as the minister at that time was Rev. Margaret Whyte who had been an assistant at Giffnock South while training for the ministry.
Kwenderana means ‘walking together’ in the language of northern Malawi and our symbol combines the flags of Malawi and Scotland. The Partnership reflects a covenanted twinning with the parish church in Ekwendeni, which was built in the Scottish style around 1890, reflecting a relationship with Malawi that is continuous from the time of David Livingstone.