NEWS AND INTIMATIONS
PUBLIC WORSHIP TAKES PLACE EVERY SUNDAY.
From 5th September 2021 we will have only one Sunday morning service. The venue for the services will change approximately every three months between Netherlee Church and Stamperland Church. Full details of the services planned for the period September 2021 to August 2022 can be seen by clicking this link.
On 20th February 2022 the congregation voted to close the Stamperland Church buildings
and dispose of the site. Click here for more information.
The final service to be held in Stamperland Church will take place on Sunday, 26th June 2022.
The guest preacher will be Rev Roy Henderson, Minister at Pollokshaws Parish Church
and Convener of the Glasgow Presbytery Plan Creation Group
WE REQUIRE TO DISPOSED OF MOST ITEMS OF FURNITURE IN STAMPERLAND CHURCH
DETAILS OF AVAILABLE ITEMS CAN BE SEEN HERE
We are seeking a donation for any item taken. Donations will be used to support the establishment of the Glasgow Autism Church and to support deserving individuals and groups in the "greater Stamperland area".
Sunday, 29th May 10.00 am Morning Worship at Stamperland Church - Rev Liz Johnson-Blythe
Sunday, 5th June 10.00 am Morning Worship at Stamperland Church - Rev Scott Blythe
Sunday, 12th June 10.00 am Morning Worship at Stamperland Church - Rev Alastair Cherry
Wednesday Morning Service at Netherlee Church
There is a service on Wednesday mornings 10.00 am.
The Guild meets on alternate Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2.00 pm.
The location alternates between Netherlee and Stamperland with Tuesday afternoon meetings at Stamperland
The Netherlee and Stamperland Church Forum will meet on Wednesday, 23 March at 7.30pm in Netherlee Church. The speaker will be Dave Pearson, Group Sustainable Development Director of Star Refrigeration Ltd.
The title of Mr Pearson's presentation is : Heat Pumps; Separating Facts from Fiction.
Information on future Forum meetings is published in the February newsletter.
The Book Club has been meeting virtually, via Zoom, this year. We usually have a light-hearted discussion and a chat about our chosen book. Not everyone likes every book, but that’s ok, as it makes the discussions more interesting.
We all enjoy the conversations and the fact that we read books we might not have chosen ourselves.
We are a friendly group of people and welcome new members.
CLARKSTON CHUCHES TOGETHER
Clarkston Churches Together (CCT) is a vibrant and dynamic organisation enabling churches of all denominations within the Clarkston area to work, worship and enjoy a wide variety of fellowship together. Events planned for the year 2021 - 22 can be found by clicking this link. You can read about some past CCT events here.