PROVIDING HOPE FOR TODAY, TOMORROW, ETERNITY

Glasgow City Mission is the world’s first City Mission. Since 1826, we have been showing Christian care to vulnerable adults and children by fighting against poverty and disadvantage in Glasgow. This has not stopped with the COVID-19 crisis, we have just adapted. Instead of welcoming our guests to our projects we are in weekly phone contact with more than 220 guests. Communication with people who feel particularly isolated is essential. We are also making food deliveries three times a week. As lockdown starts to ease we are now meeting guests for one-to-one walks to provide support and help guests deal with any issues they may be facing. Please check out our latest news or visit our Facebook page to see how we are engaging with our guests. If you are able please also consider clicking the DONATE button above to help us with our ongoing work.

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What we do

Five pioneering projects

We work with people affected by homelessness and poverty and with families in Govan. We build relationships, meet immediate needs and help people to move forwards.

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NEWS

  • Stories from the street

    This ‘Story from the Street’ comes after Street Outreach workers Linda and Craig met a vulnerable gentleman who had forgotten how to get home.

  • Human trafficking during lockdown

    People who were trafficked into businesses which have closed during lockdown could now be homeless. Read and share our awareness raising leaflet.

Blog

  • Hospitality, asylum and distress

    Our Chief Executive, Charles Maasz, reflects on the tragic events of last Friday.

  • The sower and the seeds

    The parable of the sower in the Bible shows that those who follow Jesus’ teaching have a responsibility to create fertile space so that others can join us, take root and flourish.

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