Pray, meet and march with us in Glasgow

Meet & pray with us

Green Christian and Eco-Congregation Scotland are sharing space in Govan and Linthouse Parish Church, Govan Cross Building, 796 Govan Rd, Glasgow G51 2YL. (except on Mon 8th Nov when we will be at St Silas – See lower down )

Govan Subway and bus terminus are next to the church. The Subway will be the best link to other venues in central Glasgow.

How to find us in Glasgow

Daily prayer time 9am, 12 noon and 3pm, only until Thursday 11 Nov, led by Catherine Fish and other Green Christian volunteers.

Permanent prayer stations: Green Christian stall and conversations in the Session Room.

Meditate with the World Community for Christian Meditation in the Quiet Room at 1.30pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday both weeks. (Monday 8 location tbc).

Green Christian COP Conversations

Grab a coffee from the cafe next door and join us the Session Room for conversations led by climate inspirers.

1 November, 11am: Rev David Coleman ( Environmental Chaplain for EcoCongregation Scotland)

3 November, 11am: Ellen Teague (leading member of RC National Justice and Peace movement)

4 November, 11am: Melanie Nazareth (Camino to Cop)

5 November, 11am: James Buchanan (Operation Noah’s divestment campaign)

Plenty! Sessions

Monday 8 November, Katherine Hogg from Joy In Enough will be leading Plenty! Sessions with EcoCongregation Scotland –

You are invited to attend, Plenty! taster sessions, of Green Christian’s Joy in Enough “Plenty!” Programme, on Monday 8 November, 10am to 4pm, in St Silas’ Church, 69 Park Rd, Glasgow G4 9JE, led by Katherine Hogg.  We are also expecting Bishop Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church to visit around lunchtime. You can learn more about the Plenty! Sessions here: https://joyinenough.org/resources/plenty/

Green Christian has three representatives at the Ecumenical Service in Glasgow Cathedral on Sunday 7 November.

Are you coming to Glasgow? Email catherinefish@greenchristian.org.uk  if you can help.

March with us

Saturday 6 November is the Global Day of Action

Assemble: 11.30am Kelvingrove Park, Stewart Memorial Fountain

March: 12.45pm

Rally: 3 – 4pm, Glasgow Green

Find Faith Block – yellow cross on map

Faiths and Beliefs bloc – Glasgow information

Not in Glasgow?



Why Green Christian members are going to Glasgow

Why I’m going to COP26 by Catherine Fish

Why John and Vanessa are going to Glasgow


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Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 11 October, 2021 | Category: Action Climate Emergency COP26 | Comments: 2


Comments on "Pray, meet and march with us in Glasgow"

Alex de Brouwer:

October 15, 2021

Only local to worldwide sharing, can bring sustainability, justice and peace. If we stay protecting national economies on a base of profit maximization, humanity will die. If we share and live austerely we can discover the abundance of the gift of nature. God is the loving intelligence behind all creatures and ecosystems. We as human beings also have that loving intelligence, we just have to open our hearts and minds for it. S.O.P. - Save Our Planet

Josephine Macdonald:

August 21, 2021

Prayers are so much needed. May there be an army of Christians praying that governments may take urgent action.


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