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So far Stuart Duncan has created 59 blog entries.

Invitation & Integration

2021-09-10T20:17:37+01:0013 September 2021|

Charles Maasz discusses the word that has stuck with him during this particular season of his life, and relates it to a clear invitation from God; to floss out the distractions in our lives and step towards becoming the people we were created to be.

Winter is Coming

2021-09-03T22:30:30+01:006 September 2021|

As the summer sun sets increasingly earlier, we are reminded that Winter is on the horizon. At Glasgow City Mission, this means that planning and preparation for the Overnight Welcome Centre must begin as we prepare to welcome hundreds of people over the season, who would otherwise be sleeping on the street. Overnight Welcome Centre Manager Elyse MacKinnon discusses her focus for the next few months, and makes a special plea.

Cultivating Gifts and Talents

2021-08-30T10:11:13+01:0030 August 2021|

During this week's blog, Marion Carson relates an Old Testament story to the situation experienced by many of our guests. Read to find out more.

Partnership Working: Castlemilk Furniture Project

2021-08-24T14:21:23+01:0024 August 2021|

We work with many other agencies within the city to achieve the best outcomes for our guests. One of these is Castlemilk Furniture Project, who regularly assist us in furnishing the homes of many of our guests previously street homeless. Read to find out more about this partnership.

Glasgow City Mission and Refuweegee

2021-08-23T18:22:08+01:0023 August 2021|

We recently collaborated with Refuweegee to provide a pop-up event providing essential items for international guests. Read to find out more about the event and what this event meant for those who attended.

Summer Holiday Club 2021

2021-08-23T02:24:09+01:0023 August 2021|

James Hawthorne gives account of this year's family holiday club that took place in Elder Park over the course of the summer weeks. The holiday club was a big success with around 300 different parents and children coming to take part in activities.

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