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Support for all during Coronavirus outbreak

To all members of our community,

In the light of the Coronavirus outbreak we at Greenbank want you to know that, even in isolation, you are not on your own.

If you need anything from a friendly chat to shopping or medication or if you wish to help, please email:

or telephone 01416441841

Further information and contact details on Facebook Greenbank – Living our faith by our actions at the heart of the community

You do not need to be a member of the church to be supported!

Rev Jeanne Roddick

We have created a mini-website to keep everyone up to date with the latest news and updates on the progress of our Legacy project, and our fundraising efforts.


Our talented youngsters taking the challenges of 2020
and turning them into one of our favourite ever Nativity performances.

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We are a congregation of all ages

A Church of Scotland congregation, we are based in Greenbank Parish Church which is situated on the southern outskirts of Glasgow. As well as Sunday Services we have a large number of activities in the church and halls throughout the week.

On these pages you will find a list of organisations, and some of the services we offer. We invite you to join us if you’re in Clarkston at any time.

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Upcoming Events at our Church

Check out the church’s daily
events and groups offered
for you to get involved in!

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Pulpit Diary

Or you can use
this link to see
a diary of the
services and worship!


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A message from our Minister

Dear Friends,

When the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between me and all living beings on earth.

That is the sign of the promise which I am making to all living beings.”

Genesis 9:16-17

In last year’s December Good Neighbour, I wrote about a Rainbow Tree that was going to be created during Advent in our link building.  The tree was made from bare branches that had fallen from larger trees in the manse garden.  Everyone was invited to hang a rainbow coloured ribbon on the tree in remembrance of someone.  What started out as bare branches soon became an array of coloured ribbons, each one remembering someone special.

The rainbow has become a familiar sight this year in windows across our community and it has become a symbol of hope during the coronavirus crisis. It, therefore, seems very appropriate that we have a Rainbow Tree again this year.  Unfortunately, because of restrictions, it is not possible to put a tree inside the church building, but I thought we could use the very lovely laurel bush in the grounds of the church, beside the Jack McKinlay garden, for this purpose. In Christianity, the laurel is said to symbolise the resurrection of Jesus Christ so it seems very appropriate that we use the bush for our Rainbow Tree.

In the weeks leading up to Christmas, everyone is invited to bring a rainbow coloured ribbon and tie it onto the tree to remember a loved one who has died and/or as a symbol of hope for the future.   Please wear a mask and maintain a 2-metre distance from others and please feel free to invite your family, friends and neighbours to bring their own ribbon too.

In the week leading up to Christmas the Angels that people have been knitting and crocheting, during the past few weeks,  will have a brief Christmas message of hope attached to them and they will be distributed around the Parish for people to find and keep.  If you would like to help distribute the Angels they will be at the link building, ready to set out on their journey, on Monday 21st December from 10.30 am to 12noon.

As we continue to face the realities of living with the pandemic my wish is that we will hold fast to the promise given to us, and this world, through the birth of Jesus Christ and know the hope and love of God with us, this Christmas and into 2021.


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Rev. Jeanne Roddick



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