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We are made to connect in community, whether that be a large group or small; we all need healthy, life giving relationships.  Here are some of the ways in which you can connect in community...

GV Youth

GV Youth caters for our growing number of secondary school students from S1-S4. Covid-19 – Youth Online During this time of social distancing, we’ll be looking to do lots of stuff both online and offline […]


Since the start of Glasgow Vineyard, students have been key within our community. We are passionate about supporting, equipping, and releasing students in all that God has created them to be. Our aim is to […]


The Alpha course is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed, non threatening manner over eleven thought provoking weekly sessions. Now online our next course starts 25th May.

Small Groups

Our Small Groups are very much the heart of our community. They great places to stay connected and to encourage and be encouraged; they continue online during Covid-19…

Babies and Toddlers

Babies and Toddlers continues to meet during lockdown and has an exciting programme of activities for parents and their toddlers to join in with each week. Explore this page to find out more.

Kids’ Ministry

Here at the Glasgow Vineyard, it is our ultimate goal to grow God-connected children. This work continues online during the Covid-19 lockdown…


We are passionate about serving the local community and making a difference to peoples lives and helping them find Jesus.  Volunteer for one of these projects to play your part and share in the privilege […]

Storehouse Food Bank

The work of Storehouse, our food bank, continues to help those poorest in our society access essential food and toiletries during the Covid-19 crisis. Find out more about what we do, how you can support the work and how to access the service for those in need.


Prayer We believe prayer is a vital part of everything we do in church. As we pray and spend time talking to God, waiting on Him, we get to know God’s will and align ourselves […]

Pastoral Support

While we may all be separated by distance and social isolation we remain connected as family, the church. On this page you will find a series of pastoral letters, written by Jamie and Linda, our Senior Pastors, as they reflect upon the impact of the current situation and the hope that Christ has for us all.


Teams are a great way to connect with the life of the church family, make new friends and find your place to serve, developing new skills and gifts, or using those you already have.

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