Prayer is the “boiler house” of the church and we meet for prayer and Bible study every week. On the first and fourth Wednesday of the month we meet in homes across the city in small groups for Bible study and prayer and fellowship. On every other Wednesday we meet in the small hall of the church from 7.30pm.
For young people in our church family, we have several groups which meet on a regular basis: A variety of Sunday School and Bible Classes take place most Sundays for young people aged from 2 years upwards.
First Friday (for S1-S6)
Meeting on the first Friday of each month (it’s all in the name) at GCFC, we share a meal and study the Bible, play games and learn more about how to follow Jesus when faced with the challenges and adventures of being a teenager.
Youth Fellowship (16-30)
Most Sunday evenings, students and young workers in the church family meet in the lounge at 7.30pm. We spend some time eating together, studying and discussing practical topics that we may face as Christians, praying together and having a time of singing. Our YF breaks into smaller groups throughout the week to study the Bible, to challenge one another and grow in our faith.
Glasgow United Youth Fellowship meets on a monthly basis and is made up of students and young workers from all over Glasgow. It’s a great opportunity to network with other young people and hear Christian teaching on things that matter to you.
In addition to our Sunday services, we encourage our church family to meet together regularly during the week. We want to promote the development of a Christian community who are caring and compassionate so that the love of Christ is experienced in practical ways by all within our fellowship, regardless of social status, wealth, culture or race.
Activities include our weekly prayer meeting, where we can come and pray together for one another, for our church, for our country and for the world; small groups, where we can meet together to share a meal and discuss the practical application of Christianity in our daily lives; activities for those with a common interest, such as mums and toddlers, senior citizens or 5-a-side football.
Occasionally we also have congregational outings – as another way of spending time with our church family. We want to grow together in our faith, encouraging people of all ages to get to know Jesus – and each other – better and make a difference in Glasgow.
City groups meet across the city every two weeks in different homes and different locations.
As a church we believe in the importance of studying the Bible, learning together and supporting one another through prayer and fellowship.
City groups currently run in Bishopbriggs, Bearsden, Glasgow South, Glasgow East, City Centre and South Side.
To find out more about the City Groups please get in touch with the church office.