I am the marketing and fundraising manager at Glasgow City Mission and I’ve been reflecting on the impact Covid-19 has had on my working life. As a result of the pandemic I’ve been reading more [...]
As we continue to navigate through this challenging time of lockdown and restriction, and with the tentative and daring hope of vaccination increasingly growing, Glasgow City Mission CEO Charles Maasz draws real-life parallels with this scripture from the Psalms and reminds us that our greatest hope is even bigger than the restoration of normal life.
Elyse MacKinnon reflects on the role that she and others play in ensuring guests at the Overnight Welcome Centre are greeted with the love, respect and kindness that is being asked of us as followers of Christ.
Thanks to your support we have been able to continue our work at our city centre project, Child and Family Centre and Overnight Welcome Centre despite lockdown and the Covid-19 pandemic. Here are some highlights.
The following is a prayer written by Glasgow City Mission Chaplain Marion Carson: Gracious God, In these days of isolation and darkness We remember that you are always with us. You never leave us. [...]
The following article outlines how we at Glasgow City Mission are adapting to the latest lockdown measures, in order to continue to bring a safe and effective service to all guests across our three projects.
Clare, who coordinates the Urban programme at the City Centre Project, talks about the changes and adaptations that have had to be made throughout the year to allow us to continue to serve our guests effectively.