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Glesga Roasters Deliver Workshop to GCM Guests

2022-08-12T12:07:42+01:0012 August 2022|

Glesga Roasters visited yesterday and shared their knowledge around the art of coffee roasting. They gave a demonstration, and offered our guests the chance to taste different coffees from all over the world.

Big Arran Challenge Looms Closer!

2022-08-10T16:49:10+01:0011 August 2022|

Today the sun is shining and we have the prospect of nearly a week of blue skies and hot temperatures. This is both unusual for Glasgow, and very welcome. However, our thoughts at Glasgow City [...]

Elder Park Consultation

2022-07-27T12:29:13+01:0027 July 2022|

On Sunday 24 July, staff from Glasgow City Mission attended the 'Communi-T in the Park' event hosted by local organisation Friends of Elder Park. We were keen to engage with local residents about our proposed plans to transform a currently run-down and overgrown section of the park, into a safe and family-friendly environment that would benefit the local community and have a big focus on outdoor learning for the children attending our Child and Family Centre.

BBQ in the Park

2022-07-26T08:52:29+01:0025 July 2022|

Our Child and Family Centre Holiday Club finished on Friday and was marked with a barbecue in our new garden in the north-west corner of Elder Park.

Jobs for our Boys

2022-07-21T15:26:06+01:0021 July 2022|

We're delighted to share about some recent success with some of our guests, interns and volunteers who have received jobs following their time spent at Glasgow City Mission. Read the article to find out how we've been working with these individuals to prepare them for moving into employment, and what this means for these men as they continue to leave behind their past lives.

The Story of a Victim

2022-08-01T18:04:57+01:0018 July 2022|

He arrived in Glasgow via London on the overnight bus. Over a hot cup of coffee in our city centre drop-in, and with the aid of a volunteer who could speak his language, he was [...]


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