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GLASGOW CITY MISSION HAS BEEN AT THE FOREFRONT OF COMPASSIONATE CARE FOR THE CITY’S MARGINALISED SINCE 1826.

Glasgow City Mission is completely independent and is reliant on the generosity of people like you to give in support of our work.

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Two Centuries of Service in Glasgow

Learn about our history, our current work, and our hopes and plans for the future of Glasgow City Mission.

We offer multiple pathways to new life. We look at the whole person; addressing trauma and complex needs ensuring individuals can manage their emotional wellbeing.

David Harper, Rehab Pathways Manger

Barry’s Story

Barry has experienced homelessness, addiction and hopelessness. Now he has a home, is free from addiction and is using his gifts to help others.

Connect Magazine

Keep up to date with what’s happening with the latest edition of our Connect magazine.

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News and blogs

Fully Seen, Fully Heard, Fully Known.

3 February 2023|

Chief Executive Charles Maasz provides an interesting insight into a well known piece of scripture where Jesus leads by example in breaking the socially hierarchical barriers that often prevent us from loving one another.

Art Viewing

20 January 2023|

We were delighted to be able to offer those who take part in our weekly art class an opportunity to display and showcase their work at Sloans Ballroom in December.

GFT Pop-up Cinema Experience

4 January 2023|

Recently, we collaborated with the Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) to provide a pop-up cinema experience in our building for our guests. Charming and delightful comedy, The Angels Share was screened and a panel discussion about the film and Glaswegian culture in cinema was held immediately after.

Connecting families at our Child and Family Centre

23 December 2022|

Our Child and Family Centre held a men’s event on Wednesday the 14th of December, where they cooked chicken and vegetable pakora, had chicken tikka burgers and a lot of good chat. Read the article to find out how sharing food connected people together and facilitated an environment for connection.

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