Enjoy a guided tour of our facilities where practical Christian care is provided to those struggling with homelessness, poverty and social isolation. See our IT café, gym, art and music studios, roof garden and kitchens. Finish with a cup of tea and chance to ask any questions.
It’s our hope that you come away feeling inspired and encouraged, more knowledgeable about the work of our city centre project and why it’s so vital.
“Wow, this is amazing. I had no idea you did so much.”
“Thank you for such an informative tour. I’ve been a supporter of Glasgow City Mission for some time but I hadn’t fully appreciated all that goes on. It’s been great to see it with my own eyes”.
Tours will last approximately 50 minutes and followed by tea and coffee and question time.
We’ll be releasing more First Friday dates as the year progresses. If you’d like to visit and our First Friday dates don’t suit or you have a large group, please contact us – it will be our pleasure to accommodate you.
Glasgow City Mission
20 Crimea Street
Our City Centre project is based on the corner of Crimea and Brown Streets opposite the MOD. Brown Street runs up from the Broomielaw to Argyle Street. There is plenty of on-street parking right outside our front door. Cheaper, all-day parking is available at the end of Crimea St. We are a five minute walk from Glasgow Central and Anderston Stations.
19th Aug. 2018
Take part in the Dundee Kiltwalk: Together for Homelessness and raise money to tackle homelessness across Scotland. Walks ranging from 6 miles to 23 miles.
15th Sep. 2018
Join us for our open day as part of this year’s Glasgow Doors Open Days Festival. Find out first-hand about our work with men and women affected by homelessness, and learn about the preventative work we do at our Child and Family Centre.
16th Sep. 2018
Take part in the Edinburgh Kiltwalk: Together for Homelessness and raise money to tackle homelessness across Scotland. Walks ranging from 6 miles to 23 miles.
06th Aug. 2018
This Harvest, we’re looking to double our street outreach service to reach more vulnerable people on Glasgow’s streets. Can you help us?
24th Jul. 2018
Awards celebrate “the success and achievements of the local community – the people and the businesses that work tirelessly to make a difference and contribute to the development of the city we all love”.