A growing mission

We want to see our city and its people flourish, where people are accepted and can experience real change in their lives. In this edition of Connect, read about the change that's already being brought about and our plans for more. 

Alfie talks with a man sitting on the street.
Picture: Alfie spends time with people on the streets. 
There's our new accommodation project which will see us buy flats for the most vulnerable men and women in our city. In another new initiative we now have staff teams out on the streets, building relationships with those who are begging or sleeping rough and who might not ordinarily come into our city centre project. 

Our Child and Family Centre in Govan is also growing. Our new after school club and a shift to all-year round opening means we can work with more families and build deeper relationships. 

We are part of a growing mission. None of this would be possible without generous and faithful supporters. Thank you for all you do for Glasgow City Mission. 

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  • Tony McCready:

    09 Oct 2017 23:32:26

    Good to see Alfie (full of enthusiasm) and Linda (showing concern) for those who are choosing to be on the streets of Glasgow or are finding themselves in dire need of emergency accommodation, financial support and food sustenance – The Hamish Allan Centre is a first point of contact for the homeless in Glasgow and being referred to the Twomax building (Glasgow City Council) – emergency accommodation can be provided – There are reasons why some people choose not to go down these avenues in Glasgow yet the Holy Spirit working through voluntary staff at the WAYSIDE and Glasgow City Mission enables help in these situations – Colder weather is on its way and politics in the way of the local City Council (SNP) should be making efforts to reduce this problem on the streets of Glasgow……Let’s not forget Edinburgh too…..

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