We were delighted to reopen our City Centre Project daily drop-in service last week for the first time since December. For the past four months the only option to serve food to our guests was [...]
A key thread through all of Glasgow City Mission’s work is community. Our wonderful Urban volunteers get to know our members, and their stability and faithfulness helps relationships to grow. Group projects like jigsaws, running [...]
Glasgow City Mission, 20 Crimea St, Glasgow Full-time, permanent, salary: £26,501 Are you passionate about tackling poverty and injustice in Glasgow? We work daily to improve the lives of our guests; helping them to [...]
Glasgow City Mission, 20 Crimea St, Glasgow Full-time, fixed term 15 months, Salary: £26,501 Are you passionate about tackling poverty and injustice in Glasgow? We work daily to improve the lives of our guests; [...]
While reflecting on the past season at the Overnight Welcome Centre, Elyse MacKinnon draws important comparisons between a well-loved story in Genesis, and the process of figuring out what life looks like for both staff and guests following the recent closure of the OWC.
As we begin to welcome guests back into our City-Centre Project building, and look towards rebuilding our more regular services following the upheaval of the past year, Clare O'Sullivan shares some of the things that we at Glasgow City Mission are looking forward to about the prospect of incrementally returning to long-anticipated degrees of normality.
This week, Charles Maasz offers some thought-provoking insights into the various prohibitions of day to day life that can prevent us from reaching our full potential.
We are starting to get very excited about our supporters taking part in the Virtual Kiltwalk to raise funds to help us with our work with those affected by homelessness and poverty in Glasgow.
Project Worker Anthea is a qualified counsellor, and has been working with guests on a one to one basis during lockdown. Read her powerful take on how anger is very often an indicator of a larger picture, with the root cause stretching back as far as childhood, and how working through these emotions can relieve an individual from feeling like their future will be defined by their past.