Our Wellbeing Course we have been hosting in Urban has recently come to an end. Read the article to find out a little about the course, and how it benefitted those of our guests that attended.
Only seven rough sleepers in Glasgow! Last Thursday, some of our staff were part of a team lead by Simon Community Scotland, that endeavoured to count the amount of people sleeping rough across Glasgow.
On the eve of the opening of the Overnight Welcome Centre, Winter Project Manager Elyse MacKinnon shares how her team have been preparing during the past few weeks in preparation to aid and assist the most vulnerable people in the city over the next four months.
Last weekend, hundreds of fans braved the elements as they camped out overnight to help raise money for Glasgow City Mission. A huge thanks to all of the fans who took part, their sponsors, and once again the Rangers Charity Foundation for hosting the event.
Glasgow City Mission is committed to tackling rough sleeping. Building on the experience and expertise of running a winter project for the last 12 years it is again our aim to make sure no one needs to sleep outside this winter.
This week we find ourselves following Jesus to a pool surrounded by people hoping to healed in the water. We read about an encounter between Jesus and a man who had been disabled for thirty-eight years, and how that encounter changed the man’s situation in an instant.