How to contact us
If you have any questions about what we do, or would like to get involved, do not hesitate to contact us. We are happy to help you with whatever query you may have.
Office: (for all general enquiries)
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Storehouse: (for information regarding our food bank)
Meet the Team
If you would like to find out more about who we are, then check out our Meet the Team page.
Contact us via our Online Connect Card
If you’ve been coming along for a while and are interested in calling Glasgow Vineyard your spiritual home, please fill out an Online Connect Card. Doing this will let us know you’re thinking about being part of the family, would like to find out more and want to be kept up to date with everything that’s going on.
Contributing to our work
As we slowly move forward and come out of the covid19 crisis we, in common with many other churches, are seeing the need to do church in new ways. Rather than go back to the way it was, the church needs to move forward and explore the new realties of the post-Covid world that is emerging.
So as we start to meet together on a Sunday and our small groups start to gather together we need to:
- Continue to connect with those who have joined us online.
- Work that had to reduce, or be stopped, during lock-down now needs to be relaunched.
- Teams that were disbanded need to be reformed, or fresh teams established and new opportunities explored and capitalised upon.
For these things to happen we need your support in two main ways.
Help us by serving on a Team
- Join one of these teams that serve on a Sunday. These are great ways to get involved in what we do, meet new people and serving roughly once a month:
- Sunday Church Setup and Set down Team - Contact Barnaby Simpkin for more details
- Café - Contact Gair Porter for more details
- Kids' Team - Contact Teeny Finlay for more details
- Youth Team - Contact Jem Crawley for more details
- Worship - Contact Richard Spriggs for more details
- Tech (Sound and Visuals) - Contact Andrew Beveridge for Sound and Duncan Hutchison for Visuals
- Join one of our teams that serve during the week and help us develop these areas of ministry to be all the God would have them be:
- Storehouse Food Bank (Saturdays 9:45-12:15) - Contact Peter Fowler for more details
- Storehouse Stock Team (Wednesday 12-2) - Contact Grace Fowler for more details
- Outreach Team (Various)
- Student Ministry (Wednesday pm and Various) - Contact Barnaby Simpkin for more details
Help us by giving Financially
Another way to helps us continue this work, is by contributing financially.
The best way to do this is by online bank transfer using the following details:
Church General Fund: Account Number: 00265505, Sort Code 80-05-54, Account Name: Glasgow Vineyard
Storehouse Food Bank: Account Number: 00265513, Sort Code: 80-05-54, Account Name: Glasgow Vineyard
Outreach Fund: Account Number: 06002877, Sort Code: 80-07-65, Account Name: Glasgow Vineyard
The account name in all cases is Glasgow Vineyard
If you are a UK tax payer we are able to claim an additional 25p for every £1 you give under the Gift Aid Scheme, at no additional cost to you.
To allow us to do this please complete the online Gift Aid declaration found here
Sunday Morning Services
Notre Dame High School
160 Observatory Road
(Sunday 11:00 - 12:30)
(10:45 for Kids Ministry, 10:30-10:50 for Coffee and Doughnuts)
Subway – Hillhead Station – Turn right out of station and walk along Byres Road, then left up Observatory Road (opposite Hillhead Library and before Bank of Scotland). Head up Observatory Road as far as you can go to reach Notre Dame High School.
Buses – 8, 19, 19A 89 and 90 stop in Byres Road; 6 and 6A stop on Great Western Road, by the Botanical Gardens. Walk along Byres Road and turn up Observatory Road, then Head up Observatory Road as far as you can go to reach Notre Dame High School.
Parking – There is a car park at the school and overflow parking on the street nearby.
The Vineyard Centre
89 Dumbarton Road
(Mon, Thu 10.00-4.00)
(Ring 0141 334 6746 or email email@example.com to make an appointment)
Buses – The 19A stops right outside 89 Dumbarton Road and connects with the Vineyard Centre at Anniesland.
Subway – Kelvinhall Station – Turn right at the top of the steps and head onto Dumbarton Road. Turn left on to Dumbarton Road and at the traffic lights cross diagonally and continue on the right hand side of Dumbarton Road. The Vineyard centre is just after the Salvation Army shop and immediately after Majestic Wine Warehouse.
Scotrail – Partick Station – Head towards Dumbarton Road and turn right – the Vineyard Centre is about a 10-15 minute walk away.
Car – The closest off street parking at Bunhouse Car Park next to the Kelvin Hall. There is limited on street parking locally.
Storehouse @ Our Anniesland Centre
Open for food on Saturdays 10-12
4 Linden Street
Buses – Frequent Services to Anniesland Cross from all parts of the city. The 19a stops on Bearsden Road and Fulton Street and connects with the Vineyard Centre. The 6 and 6A stop on Great Western Road and connect with Notre Dame High School.
Scotrail – Anniesland Station – Turn Right at the bottom of the stairs and walk along Great Western Road towards Anniesland Cross. At Anniesland Cross, turn right and head in the direction of the Morrison’s Petrol Station. Our Linden Street Building is across Bearsden Road at the lights by the petrol station.
Car – There is plenty of on-street free car parking near the centre.