Eaglesham Parish Church

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

Our Prayers

“But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.”

Acts 1:8

Lord Jesus, we celebrate the coming of your Holy Spirit at Pentecost. We pray for his presence in our church and community today; in meetings of our national church, and throughout the world. May the Spirit again transform lives with your message of power and love. For your name’s sake, amen.

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woman praying

Our Services

On the third Sunday of the month the informal Kairos service is held in the Carswell Centre at 11:00am and an early service is held in the Church at 9.30

Sunday Service : Except for the third Sunday of the month, services are held in the church every Sunday at 11:00 from September to June. Tea and coffee served in the Carswell Hall after the service.

July and August Sunday Services : Held in the church on Sundays at 10:00.

Church Services are live Streamed. For links click here

From Friday 29th September 4.30-6.30pm

in the Carswell Centre, Montgomery Street, Eaglesham Parish Church

What is Messy Church?
It’s church for families to come together in a warm, welcoming environment. All ages are welcome.

We run crafts for parents and children to do together, then there will be time to worship God before everyone shares some delicious food.


29th Sept - Creation

27th Oct - John

24th Nov - Baby Jesus/Mary/Joseph

26th Jan - Peter

23rd Feb - Easter

22nd March - Isaiah

26th April - Jesus the teacher

7th June - Paul

Children have to be accompanied by an adult and all will be catered for.

Messy Church is Free of Charge, but a donation towards costs would be appreciated. For more information please don't hesitate to call Kirsty Clark

Forthcoming Events

Eaglesham Parish Church's very own Alan Gillon will be playing on

Recitals from Monday to Saturday, at 1pm, are of a light and popular nature.

Recitals on Sundays, at 3pm, are more classical.

Drop in on the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum each day to hear a recital on the beautiful organ, which has been in place in the centre hall since 1902. So relax in our centre hall for a free musical event! They take place at 1.00pm Monday - Saturday and on 3.00pm on Sundays.

Mon 20th May Wed 29th May Wed 5th Jun Wed 19th Jun Wed 26th Jun

Mon 15th Jul Mon 5th Aug Mon 19th Aug Mon 9th Sep Wed 25th Sep

Would you like to help some of those most disadvantaged in our communities who are struggling with the cost of living crises and cannot make ends meet? This can affect any age group from the elderly to young people trying to raise families. If so, we would welcome contributions of non-perishable food and toiletries at the Carswell Foodbank on Tuesdays or Thursdays between 11.00 am and 12.00.

The foodbank is situated at the Carswell Halls in Montgomery Street, Eaglesham. The list of ‘Most Wanted’ items is detailed opposite. Any contributions, large or small, will be most gratefully received by one of our friendly team of volunteers.

EPC : Carswell Foodbank

Most wanted items:

General; UHT Milk, Tea, Coffee, Biscuits, Toilet Rolls, Cereal, Sugar, Jams, Cartons of Juice, diluting juice, etc.

Tinned goods; Meat, Tuna, Vegetables, Potatoes, chopped Tomatoes, Rice Pudding, Custard, Fruit, Spaghetti, Beans, Soup, etc.

Toiletries; Shampoo, Shower Gel, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.

The principal beneficiaries of the items collected are:

· East Renfrewshire Foodbank, Barrhead (Trussell Trust)

· Castlemilk Pantry

· Castlemilk Community Church

· Eaglesham Larder, Montgomery Hall

One of our volunteers helping to collect and distribute the food donations

Eaglesham History Society

Interview with our Minister, Rev. Jade Ableitner

Life & Work

Glasgow Presbytery

Life and Work is the Church of Scotland’s monthly magazine. The March issue has a specific feature about Glasgow Presbytery. On the assumption that this might be of interest to some folk who are not subscribers we have obtained six extra copies. These are available for uplift at the back of the church. If you do take a copy please return it the following Sunday so that others may have the opportunity to read it. Alternatively click on the Life and Work image.


The present Church was designed by Robert McLachlane and completed in 1790, just as the new planned village of Eaglesham was taking shape. The Gothic-style structure, originally octagonal, is joined to a classical ashler steeple with clock tower, inscribed with the uncompromising

'woe is unto me if I preach not the Gospel'

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