An evening of reflection, prayer, and petition

On Sunday 14 April at 18:30, we’re hosting a service of reflection, prayer and petition at Adelaide Place Baptist Church in Glasgow City Centre.

Our Overnight Welcome Centre provides routes out of rough sleeping in the winter and has been running for the past 14 years. This season has been our busiest yet, bringing many challenges to the service.

We want to gather the church in Glasgow to reflect on the challenges our city has faced – high numbers of homeless, a declared housing emergency, too few beds in the city, and a real feeling of hopelessness amongst many of the people we welcomed in.

We’ll be hearing from staff members as they share ministry stories, interspersed with interactive sessions of prayer, and finishing with a short time of worship together. We invite you to join us to pray for our guests and ask God for a breakthrough in our city this year.


Kiltwalk 2024

Take part in Scotland’s largest fundraising event to raise funds for our guests. The Glasgow Kiltwalk takes place on Sunday 28 April, so you still have weeks to get in training! Chose one of three distances (Mighty Stride, Big Stroll or Wee Wander) and invite family and friends to join you on a great day out to support those affected by homelessness and poverty in Glasgow.

Register and get all the information about the event using this link, then follow the steps to set up your JustGiving account. We will supply a t-shirt for you to wear and we will have a support team to assist you, if you need it, on the day.

First Friday Tours

Join us on the first Friday of each month as we open our building for a free tour. The tour includes refreshments and allows visitors to see our space in person, hear in detail the diverse work we do across all of our services within each of our projects and provides an opportunity for visitors to ask questions. The tours begin at 10am and typically last approximately 90 minutes.
The next tour is scheduled to take place on:

Friday 3 May

To register a place on the next tour, please book online by following the link below:

Book online

Glasgow Bach Cantata Project

The Glasgow Bach Cantata Project is a response by a cohort of Glasgow based musicians, professional and student, to come together and work through the Cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach. These are short programmes taking place in beautiful ecclesiastical settings and open to anyone. The concerts are free to attend but a collection takes place during each performance to raise funds for Glasgow City Mission.

More information, including the date and time of the next concert can be found on the Glasgow Bach Cantata website by clicking the button below.

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