12th Dec. 2016
Being Emmanuel to others this Christmas
Grant, our Chief Executive, reflects on how we can celebrate Emmanuel, God with us, as we walk with the least and the lost this advent.
23rd Jul. 2016
My best friend Mark
Mark Sharp, an outstanding and much-loved volunteer at Glasgow City Mission unexpectedly died last week. William is one of the many people at Glasgow City Mission who has been impacted by Mark’s compassion. He has written a moving tribute to what Mark means to him.
27th Apr. 2016
How can I help
How can I most effectively help, is a question Grant, our Chief Exec, is often asked. Read his response in his latest blog.
04th Mar. 2016
Time out of mind
CEO Grant reviews Richard Gere’s new film telling the story a homeless man who is trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter.
12th Feb. 2016
Sleepless to serve
What does a night at the Glasgow Winter Night Shelter look like? Church volunteer Fiona shares her experiences.
22nd Jan. 2016
'Unusually large number of rough sleepers with complex needs in Glasgow'.
As a new report examining the impact of Government policy on homelessness in launched, another reports high numbers of rough sleepers in Glasgow with complex needs that must be addressed.
20th Nov. 2015
Should we open empty Glasgow buildings?
In the past few weeks, an online petition has circulated, calling on the Council to open up empty buildings for rough sleepers to use. But is this the best approach?
06th Nov. 2015
"Where do you turn to when you’re at your limit?" asks Chief Exec Grant Campbell in his latest blog. And asks us to pray for families under pressure.
16th Oct. 2015
Why the poor will NOT always be with you
Scandalous generosity: Grant Campbell, our Chief Executive, gives fresh reflections on a familiar verse about poverty.
What we do
09th Jun. 2020
This ‘Story from the Street’ comes after Street Outreach workers Linda and Craig met a vulnerable gentleman who had forgotten how to get home.
14th May. 2020
People who were trafficked into businesses which have closed during lockdown could now be homeless. Read and share our awareness raising leaflet.