Just under a year since a small group of people began meeting in Glasgow for services on Sunday afternoons, Glasgow RP Fellowship will move to 2 services tomorrow before being constituted as Glasgow Reformed Presbyterian Church on Lord’s Day, 22nd May 2011. Rev. Kenneth Stewart has been appointed by Presbytery as organising pastor.
After no suitable building was found in the south side of the city, services will begin in Thornwood Primary school in the West side. However a vision remains for the south side. The Glasgow fellowship has previously met in Turiff Street (the old Glasgow RPC building – now a 7th Day Adventist building), Rosie’s flat, The Couper Institute (Cathcart) and then back to Rosie’s flat.
Services will be at 11am and 6:30pm.
“Unless the Lord builds the house, those who build it labour in vain” (Psalm 127:1)