Giffnock South has two halls, one larger than the other and two smaller rooms which can be hired by the hour. Lets are available Monday to Friday with limited lets available on a Saturday morning. There are certain restrictions in letting e.g. we do not let out the halls for children's parties or on Public Holidays.
For availability, current rates of hire, viewing and terms and conditions please contact the Halls Convener, Graeme Whyte on 0141 638 2966 in the first instance or, if not available, the Office Secretary.
The application form is available for download «here», which should be completed and returned to the Church Office.
The Community Choir meets on Tuesday evenings from 7-9pm. Come along, sing, learn some music and enjoy the company of others who enjoy singing together as part of a choir. We always stop for a blether and refreshments. Membership is open to people who are in third year at school or older - and there is no upper limit! We do have a waiting list, but will always make space for men and anyone under 25.
For further information, contact: Brenda Williams Tel: 638 6561 mobile 07545 965938 or email:
Nicola was born in Nov 2004 and over the first year of her life the only "milestone" that she reached was to sit up on her own. She couldn't lift her head when on her front, roll, crawl or even weight-bear and if a toy was out of reach she just fell face down and wasn't able to pull herself back up.
We went to our GP, just after Nicola was a year old, hoping to be told that it would be just a bit of physio that she needed to be able to move and this is where the ball starting rollling. In June 2006, 3 weeks before Fraser was born, we met the neurologist at Yorkhill and blood tests were taken. We were told that Nicola had Congenital Muscular Dystrophy, but they could not tell us what type. With congenital muscular dystrophy there is a 1 in4 chance in every pregnancy that the baby will have the condition so there was a chance that Fraser may have be born with the conditon also.
In order to find out which type of CMD Nicola had there were many blood tests taken and she also had a muscle biopsy just after her 2nd birthday. It wasn't until Feburary 2012, just after our youngest, Ross, was born when we received a phone call to confirm that Nicola has ISPD CMD, a relatively new type and if it hadn't been funds for the research from Muscular Dystrophy UK this search would still be ongoing.
That is why we have set up a Family Fund, not only do we want to ensure that research continues for Nicola and other children like her, we want to raise awareness, support and hope because without this their lives will not reach their full potenital.
Our aim is to raise as much money as possible for ISPD Congenital Muscular Dystrophy but have fun while doing so.
"The Sentinel" is the magazine of Giffnock South Parish Church and is published on the last Sunday of every month except December, June and July. It contains news, views and information covering all aspects of church life along with two pages of photographs of recent activities. It is printed in-house and distributed free to all members, and is also available for download «here»
For further information please contact: Alistair Park Tel: 230 5139 email:
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Giffnock South is proud to have developed strong relations with other churches locally and internationally.
Our partnership with Pollokshaws Parish Church , in Glasgow’s south side, has enhanced the spiritual and social life of the respective congregations and has been a source of genuine friendship and fellowship between the two churches. Click here for more info on Pollokshaws...»
Our partnership with the Parish Church in Ekwendeni has led to group visits to and from Malawi over the past few years and has led to a twinning being established between Williamwood High School in East Renfrewshire and the local Secondary School in Ekwendeni. Click here for more info on Kwenderana...»
The flowers which are an admired feature of Giffnock South worship are provided by members, often to remember a special anniversary. Donors can place their flowers directly into vases, arrange them themselves, or if preferred, a member of the flower committee will be happy to arrange them.
After the morning service, voluteers deliver the flowers to member of our congregation who are in need of special support. This is an avenue of service which is much appreciated and we would be pleased to have more helpers.
If you would like to provide flowers for the church, or to help distribute them, please contact the Church Office Tel: 638 2599, or Mora Kerr, Flower Convener Tel: 638 2541.