News & Events

Dear friends, Welcome to another Sunday service. I’m delighted we are with each other once more, whether by the worship in Naseby, on the screen in the evening, or as you read the Reflections in your own comfy seat, with
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends, Welcome to another Sunday service!  Last Tuesday Glasgow Presbytery met by Webinar. It was quite a strange two and a half hour meeting, sitting by a screen and pressing the icon which raised ‘a hand’ indicating that you
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends, Welcome to another Sunday service and a new month – September. We have now had two services back in the Naseby Park Sanctuary and for that I am so grateful. I appreciate wholeheartedly your care for each other
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends,Some of you might remember the songs on the beach in Summer Mission led by the late Very Rev Sandy McDonald. Summertime was spent spreading the message at the seaside in word and song.The Gospel song, ‘Love is a
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends, Welcome to another service. For those in the Zoom service, for thefirst time our worship is an evening one. This morning in Naseby we willbe able to judge how successful the first service with the building openhas been.
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends, Another Sunday, another service. Welcome once more as we now are inthe middle of August and the children have returned to school, in somekind of form. To the school day much has changed: John Luca was in onthe
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends,  Welcome to another service.  Over this past while technology has been the key for many of us, whether by computer, emails or Zoom; or mobile phones, FaceTime and texts.  I wonder if you have ever sent the wrong
Weekly Reflections
Dear friends, Welcome to another service. It is hard to believe that this Sunday finds us in August. Whilst lockdown seemed to drag, everyday a Groundhog Day, suddenly wefind ourselves in a new month and wonder where the time and
Weekly Reflections