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.

  • Providing hope for today, tomorrow, eternity
  • First Friday tours - come and see what happens at our city centre project
  • Find out more about exciting plans for Glasgow City Mission
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Volunteer

Put faith into action

Over 220 volunteer with us every week. If you've got a heart for people, we'd love for you to get in touch. Daytime and evening opportunities.

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An army of people just like you fundraise for Glasgow City Mission to enable our lifeline services to take place. Get involved.

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What we do

City Centre, Govan and night shelter

We provide practical care to homeless and vulnerable adults, and work with disadvantaged pre-school children and their families.

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Events

  • Prayer Walk

    Be inspired to pray for those who are homeless as we walk the streets of Glasgow.

  • First Friday Tours

    Come and see what happens at Glasgow City Mission’s city centre project. Enjoy a guided tour of our facilities and finish with a cup of tea and chance to ask any questions.

  • First Friday Tours

    Come and see what happens at Glasgow City Mission’s city centre project. Enjoy a guided tour of our facilities and finish with a cup of tea and chance to ask any questions.

NEWS

  • Scottish Government says church based community work has never been more important

    The Scottish Government has praised the vital work of church based community projects and called for greater partnership working to help tackle some Scotland’s most pressing social needs.

  • Night shelter service of thanksgiving

    People from churches across Glasgow gathered at Parkhead Nazarene on Sunday evening to give thanks for all the people the night shelter has helped, to reflect on the work that has been done, and to pray for the needs of those in our city who do not yet have a home.

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