Sunday Services

  • Service begins at 11am, with coffee from 10.30am

Welcome to St Paul's Church website! If you're looking for a place to explore and nurture your spirituality and faith, consider trying out one of our services! You will find a warm welcome, good conversation, a creative environment, and a group of people who may just be seeking the same things you are.

We at St Paul’s are on a continuous journey to find new ways of engaging with all ages in worship, seeking to be inclusive and inspirational for all.  The way we try to engage and learn together is not by sitting down and listening to speeches, but by sometimes moving around, playing, eating, drinking, crafting, drawing, talking to each other and praying in new ways.

The music is usually led by a band of two playing piano, guitar and percussion. The majority of our church music comes from CH4 with influences from varied sources including Wild Goose, Graham Kendrick and other sources. We are a paperless congregation, and use a range of multimedia during our services.  Our communion services are shared by all ages of the congregation, and are sometimes followed by a shared lunch.

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Youth Forum

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ST PAUL’S YOUTH FORUM IS A COLLECTION OF YOUTH GROUPS WORKING WITH YOUNG PEOPLE 0 – 25. WE ARE BASED IN THE PROVANMILL AREA OF NORTH EAST GLASGOW.

THE ORGANISATION WAS FORMED IN 1997 FROM LOCAL PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN PROVIDING YOUTHWORK FOR OVER 40 YEARS. IN 2011 WE BECAME A SCOTTISH CHARITABLE INCORPORATED ORGANISATION.

IN 2012 WE MANAGED TO REDUCE YOUTH ANTI SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR TO 10% OF THE AVERAGE BY HAVING YOUTH ACTIVITIES ON EVERY DAY OF THE WEEK.

OUR ACTIVITIES RANGE FROM SPORTS LIKE FOOTBALL, SKIING AND MOUNTAIN BIKING,  THROUGH OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES TO RADIO AND MUSIC. WE HAVE RECENTLY STARTED A GROWING PROJECT TO ENABLE YOUNG PEOPLE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT WHERE THEIR FOOD COMES FROM, INCLUDING KEEPING HENS AND NOW BEES.

WEVolution @ St Paul’s

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From the Church of Scotland website: “Groundbreaking new Church of Scotland charity launches enterprise initiative for women”

Scottish women are to become entrepreneurs thanks to a groundbreaking new charity supported by the Church of Scotland and the Scottish Government, using a successful business model from India dubbed “brilliant but simple”.

WEvolution is the UK’s first charity to use the group enterprise model responsible for creating more than eight million businesses in India.

WEvolution is the result of a Church of Scotland project which, in 2011, enabled a group of Glaswegian women to travel to Mumbai and Gujarat in India to learn more about how women from poor backgrounds were using the self-help group model to generate income and create sustainable livelihoods. The group’s excitement at the possibilities of adopting a similar approach in Scotland led to the creation of WEvolution.

Speaking at the WEvolution launch at St Paul’s in Glasgow’s Provanmill, the Very Rev Dr Alan McDonald said

“This is such a good news story. The Church of Scotland is delighted to be playing a part in making this kind of positive change happen, in some of the most challenging situations in Scotland.”