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Online Worship

Building a Sacred Community

We offer a variety of online worship experiences from pre-recorded Sunday service to live discussion/active services. To keep our live online service interactive and safe we use a secure system using invitations to contact us.


Our services start at 11am on Sundays but we also offer a Zoom Bible Study during the week. Contact us for details.

This Church on Dumbarton Road, dating back to the 19th C, offers a warm welcome and a hope for the future. We are looking to redevelop the building so that it will provide much needed accommodation as well as a Sanctuary space on the ground floor.  

Woodlands Methodist Church

Our services start at 11am and there is a weekly Zoom Bible Study available

This originally Swedenborgian Unitarian Church is now our Methodist presence near to the city centre. Here we offer that warm welcome. It is the site of our initiative to support those leaving prison, and whilst in addiction recovery, allow them to start training to become recovery coaches - helping others.


Ebenezer Methodist Church - Glasgow - is our newest church, only celebrating its inclusion into the Methodist family in July 2023. Nevertheless, this originally Ghanaian-based fellowship is one that is thriving. Their services start around 1:30pm on Sundays.

Anniesland Methodist Church

Just north of the Anniesland Cross the members of the Anniesland Methodist Church meet to worship at 11am. We also offer online Zoom-led Bible Studies each week.

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Netherton (Wishaw)

Netherton (Wishaw) 

Sundays starting at 10-45am

We value singing together. 

Boys Brigades meet during the week and the Girls Brigade currently meet online. We also have a small Youth fellowship. Needles and Pins social gathering meet Monday 1-3pm  

New Stevenston (Motherwell)

Sundays starting 11am

This is a small community gathering for worship.

Seasonal bible studies onsite. Occasional social gatherings over refreshments. 

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Clydebank Methodist Church

Sunday worship starts at 9:30am.  The building is well-used by the community and cherished by this small congregation.


Kilsyth Methodist Church

The building was dedicated in 2016 after the congregation had spent 9 years in the Burngreen Library.  There is a lively, all-age community of faith, committed to worship, study and social action.  The beautiful garden is not to be missed! 

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