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Overnight Welcome Centre 2022-2023
Our Overnight Welcome Centre (OWC) ran from 1 December 2022 until 31 March 2023. For the first time the OWC was operated from our Crimea Street building to allow us to access emergency beds from a variety of venues in Glasgow.
Why Human trafficking Is every Christian’s Concern
Marion Carson, writing for the European Freedom Network, highlights the global issue of human trafficking and urges Christians to be aware of the problem and take action to help victims.
Child and family Centre Coffee Morning
At our Child and Family Centre in Govan, we offer a weekly coffee morning for women to connect, relax, and learn new skills.
Urban Art and Nesting 2020
Clare, our Urban Co-ordinator, reflects on our brilliant volunteers at Urban art and highlights an exciting exhibition that will take place from 17 to 26 March 2023.
We were delighted to be able to offer those who take part in our weekly art class an opportunity to display and showcase their work at Sloans Ballroom in December.
GFT Pop-up Cinema Experience
Recently, we collaborated with the Glasgow Film Theatre (GFT) to provide a pop-up cinema experience in our building for our guests. Charming and delightful comedy, The Angels Share was screened and a panel discussion about the film and Glaswegian culture in cinema was held immediately after.
Connecting families at our Child and Family Centre
Our Child and Family Centre held a men’s event on Wednesday the 14th of December, where they cooked chicken and vegetable pakora, had chicken tikka burgers and a lot of good chat. Read the article to find out how sharing food connected people together and facilitated an environment for connection.
Urban Wellbeing Course
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.
Rough Sleeping Count Glasgow – 24th November 2022
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.
Overnight Welcome Centre Training
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.
Overnight Welcome Centre 2022/2023
One week today we open our Overnight Welcome Centre. Read about our arrangements for accommodating each of our guests.
Big Ibrox Sleepout 2022
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.
Overnight Welcome Centre 2022/23
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.
Big Arran Challenge 2022
Read about our great day out on Arran raising funds for those affected by homelessness and poverty in Glasgow.