Welcome to Eaglesham Parish Church

    The Harvest Thanksgiving service will be held on Sunday October 13th. As in previous years we will be helping the Lodging House Mission Harvest Appeal. If you are able to help with the Appeal  - any donation of food (or money)  will be very gratefully appreciated. The LHM relies so much on donations of food to help provide free meals (breakfast and lunch) for about 100 homeless men and women, 7 days a week for every day of the year. It would be very much appreciated if you could stick to the required items on this list  - as this helps reduce time and space requirements enormously with sorting all the donations out  and also please ensure that items are within use by date.  Most needed items this year are sugar, coffee,  diluting juice, tinned meat,  tinned vegetables, custard, baked beans and biscuits.

    Please note that amongst the items NOT required are pasta, porridge, muesli, alpen and tea bags.


    Mary’s Meals & Midweek Service  -  The next Mary’s Meals Lunch is on Wednesday 16th October from 12 noon in the Carswell Centre.  On that date we will also resume our Midweek Service, which will be led in worship by Alistair Anderson. Each Wednesday thereafter our Locum Minister, Rev John Lloyd, will join Alan MacKay and Alistair Anderson on the worship rota.


    The Guild - This coming Wednesday (October 16th) our guest speaker (Charles Murray) will take us on 'A Voyage to Antarctica', meeting at the usual time of 7.30pm in the Carswell Centre.


    Next Sunday  - our monthly Early Service is at 9.30am in Church, and the Contemporary Service is at 11am in the Carswell Centre.


    Walking Group.  On Wednesday 23rd October we shall follow a favourite circular walk from Kittochside to Carmunnock and back past Phillipshill Cemetery.  It is a walk on paths and quiet country roads. We leave Mid Road at 10am and all are welcome.


    The Strategic Planning committee of the Presbytery of Glasgow have floated the idea of Eaglesham and Carmunnock Parish Churches having conversations during their vacancies about the potential for sharing ministry in future. The Kirk Session have agreed to have such a conversation. At this stage this is about exploring possibilities. A detailed outline of this has been provided by Glasgow Presbytery and is available to be viewed here.


    The September Edition of the Church Newsletter is now available online here.

    The Carswell Centre is available for hire for functions and events contact hall-lets@eagleshamparishchurch.co.uk



  • Eaglesham is a village situated just 10 miles south of Glasgow, Scotland. This is the website of the local presbyterian Church of Scotland congregation.

    You will find information about our church, village and community on these pages. If you need further information send an e-mail to one of our contacts.


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