NETHERLEE AND STAMPERLAND
(CHURCH OF SCOTLAND)
IS A CONGREGATION ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF GLASGOW SERVING THE PARISH OF
NETHERLEE AND STAMPERLAND
We were formed on 1st January 2020 by the uniting of two neighbouring congregations - Netherlee Parish Church and Stamperland Parish Church. As a united congregation we have one minister and, following the sale of our Stamperland church buildings all of our activities now take place at Netherlee.
We are a Church of Scotland congregation of folks of all ages in the parish of Netherlee and Stamperland.
From July 2022 our activities are centred on Netherlee church. As well as Sunday Services we have a large number of activities in our churches and halls throughout the week.
Our web site seeks to provide you with information on our beliefs, our activities, our organisations and some of the services we offer.
Accessing our Church and Hall Accommodation
Our church is at the junction of Ormonde Avenue and Ormonde Drive
Accommodation for hire for community use
Our hall accommodation is available for hire by groups which serve those living in our community.
Donate to support us
We would be delighted if you were to make a financial donate to support us as we minister to our local parish community, our city of Glasgow and our world-wide outreach.
Sunday morning worship takes place every Sunday in our Netherlee sanctuary. More...
Except for the summer months
there is a short worship service
each Wedensday morning at 10.00 am followed by tea/coffee and a chat at 10.30am.
Our Minister is Rev Scott Blythe.
Our Pastoral Assistant is Marie Wilson.
Click here to view our
November 2023 Newsletter.
This newsletter includes important information about the church's financial position.
We are a vibrant church with a lot happening.
You can keep up-to-date with news and information regarding forthcoming events by viewing our intimations section.
Here you will also find access to the latest edition of our Newsletter and also past editions of our church magazine.
We follow all of the government advice in relation to gatherings of people, the cleaning and sanitising our accommodation.
The Church of Scotland has a zero tolerance approach to harm or abuse of people: any type or level is unacceptable. More....
The FORUM is a monthly meeting open to all at which we are addressed by experts in their field on matters of topical interest. On 18th December Nan Steele, a volunteer with the National Trust will present a talk entitled, "Caroline Norton, a Scandalous Woman"
DEVELOPMENT OF OUR FORMER CHURCH BUILDINGS AT STAMPERLAND
An application has been lodged with East Renfrewshire Council for the convertion of the Stamperland church buildings to a children's nursery. Drawings showing the proposed design can be viewed here.
Netherlee Church opened in June 1934. Six years later, in 1940, Stamperland church started with Sunday services being held in a shop in Stamperland Crescent.
A more comprehensive account of the histories of the two churches along with descriptions of the buildings, the accommodation and some of the significant furnishings can be found here ...