Our chief executive, Charles Maasz, was invited to speak at the Citygate Network Conference in San Antonio, Texas. This gathering was for 1,100 delegates across the USA who work in rescue and city missions with similar [...]
We have two very different concerts taking place on 26 June for the benefit of Glasgow City Mission. This one at Newton Mearns Baptist Church includes performances by five very talented musicians. The event is free [...]
Yesterday, we attended an event held at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. The event was Stories of Hope: addiction recovery. This was hosted by the Evangelical Alliance Scotland and we partnered with our dear friends at [...]
Ayen came into the country with her two children; aged two and three, to be with her husband in March 2021. She is Sudanese and speaks very little English. Leeanne, our Women’s Worker arranged through messages and Google translate to meet with Ayen at her home. Find out how they got on by reading the story.
We recently hosted a collection at Glasgow Central Station to present people with the opportunity to donate toiletries to those unable to provide for themselves. The event was a huge success and we were blown away by the generosity of passers-by, local businesses and commuters who helped us collect over two pallet loads of items.
The Overnight Welcome Centre aims to provide support to those at risk of rough sleeping in the city, including a bed in a private room, and access to a range of relevant services whose collective objective is to find suitable accommodation and support as quickly as possible. Read the article to find out more, and to view this year's OWC report which provides a comprehensive account of this season's service.
Established last year, and now well-bedded in the rhythm of life at Glasgow City Mission, our Rehab Pathways team work towards preparing guests struggling with drug and alcohol addiction for a successful spell in a rehabilitation centre, providing support and care along the way.
Here at Glasgow City Mission, we are looking forward to the return of the Big Arran Challenge on Saturday 17 September 2022. The Big Arran Challenge has three options, to walk up Goatfell, to cycle the [...]
Each week, we provide a space for those for whom English isn't a first language, to come and socialise, learn and practice speaking English with other likeminded individuals in a safe and welcoming space.
Over the last six weeks our ladies' group, led by Linda and Leeanne, has been upcycling furniture! Taking old pieces and giving them new life has been a great experience helped by Farrow & Ball donating the paint.
We are offering appointments to guests, who might need our help filling in the Census forms. We are providing a space to facilitate filling out the forms for those who may not have internet access, for those who are not computer literate or those people for whom English isn't a first language.
We are incredibly excited about the prospect of having our very own space in Elder Park to be used by our teams at the Child and Family Centre in Govan. Read about how we've been clearing the space in preparation for making it our own.