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About Us

Mearns Kirk is situated in the southwest Glasgow suburb of Newton Mearns. The church building is one of the oldest in the area - dating back to 1813.
Our large congregation is part of the Church of Scotland and details of our Services which take place on Sundays and midweek can be found on these pages.
We strive to serve the community we live in and offer support groups and activities in our halls for everyone

(Click here for more info on activities and groups).

 
Car Parking:
The car park is in front of the church building with about 50 bays including ones for the disabled. There is also a well-used overflow car park with re-enforced plastic netting on the grass.


Disabled Access:
Our church building is easily accessible with a tarmac footpath, including a handrail, leading from the car park into the main entrance door. Inside all floors are level and the only stairs lead up to the chancel area and the balconies.


Wheelchairs:
We have one space for a wheelchair at the end of the first pew and further spaces can be provided by moving chairs on the left hand side of the chancel area.


Toilet:
There is one toilet (disabled friendly) beside the vestry, through the curtain doors on the left when facing the pulpit.

Halls:
Our halls are separate from the church building, with a short road downhill from the main church car park - alongside our large green glebe. The small car park outside our halls has space for about 9 cars including three bays for disabled drivers.

Minister: Rev. Joe Kavanagh (since 1998)

Session Clerk: Mrs Marje Gillies

 

Details of our links with other churches in this area, with Glasgow Presbytery and Church of Scotland will be shown here. 

Links to organisations that we support will also be incorporated here - like Lodging House Mission, Christian Aid and many more.

Our History

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Marianne :
More details about our year long celebrations in 2013 are to follow. more...
Marianne :
This will provide a menu to access excerpts and photos of the book. more...
William MacGregor :
There are many stained glass windows gracing the church, which bath the congregation in coloured light when the sun shines. Recent changes to those upstairs bathe the church in new and ever changing light. more...
Bill MacGregor :