Glenboig is a warm, friendly church that meets every Sunday Morning at 11:45 AM. Click to see the church on a map.
At the door you’ll be welcomed by members of the church, given hymn books and a service sheet and invited to find a pew to sit in.
The meeting is usually led by the Minister, Dave Slater, with some others taking part in readings. Music is usually led from the Organ and sometime by our minister on guitar. Generally we stand to sing but you are welcome to sit or stand as you are comfortable.
The service includes songs, prayers to God, a talk for children, a chance to give money to the work of the church and a longer talk on part of the Bible and its meaning for today.
Everyone is welcome. We have Sunday School, and toddlers are welcome to stay in church or go through to play. We have accessible toilet facilities and a loop system for hearing aid users. There is a level access ramp at the rear door of the church.
We have strong Ecumenical ties with both Our Lady & St.Josephs Roman Catholic Church and Glenboig Christian Fellowship across the road. Together share the hosting of Remembrance Services, Joint Carol Services and The World Day of Prayer. We greatly enjoy working together and believe to be instrumental in bringing the community closer together.
At Glenboig we strongly value community, appreciate collaborating with our neighbours and
enjoy exploring how we can learn more about Jesus and develop in our walks with God.
A wee bit about our Parish
Glenboig is situated in North Lanarkshire ten miles from Glasgow City Centre and 2.5 miles from Coatbridge and is within easy commuting distance of both Glasgow and Edinburgh it also has links North and South with the M80, M73 and 74 and M8 within easy distance. There is an extensive programme of private housing developments in the area with well over 350 already built in the Village and outline planning permission to build a further 3,000 homes between Glenboig and Gartcosh.
The population of Glenboig is close to 3,000 (2011 census) and rising, with the number of new houses in the Village the population could reach 5,500, this could be a great opportunity for mission and outreach in the area.
The village school, Glenboig Primary School, shares a joint campus with Our Lady & St. Joseph's Primary School and nursery class, in Marnoch - the former Glenboig Primary School building in Ramoan was demolished a few years ago.