Our Values

Live Services Cancelled due to Coronavirus

Our usual venue of the Hyndland Community Centre will be closed for the forseeable future due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Consequently our live Sunday Services are necessarily cancelled. However, while we are not able to meet in person we will not abandon the community, but host weekly Zoom services. We are meeting at 3.45pm every Sunday for a 4pm service start. To provide a safe space and encourage online sharing we are not providing a public link, but if you are seeking community and would like to participate, drop us an email at mark@glasgowmosaic.com so that we can connect with you.

Returning to a live service:

Please keep an eye on our webpage to find out when services will be resumed. Once we are allowed to meet in person, we plan to return to Sunday Services at Hyndland Community Centre, 24 Novar Drive, G12 9RU.

A Church in the West End of Glasgow

Re-imagining church, we dream together of God's Kingdom come in the West End of Glasgow. Our wee band conspires to express something of God's beloved community in fresh ways.

A Community of faith

In a day when individualism is a virtue, we stress the importance of intentionally being together. Our methods and practices foster relationships shaped around the life of Jesus Christ as revealed in the Bible.

We also have various groups meeting throughout the week. Please contact us at info@glasgowmosaic.com for more information or look us up on FaceBook.

We sincerely welcome you to explore and journey with us!

A Little Bit of History

Mosaic is part of the Communitas International (CI) network. CI is an organisation involved in leadership development, church planting and forming missional initiatives in the major cities of Europe. It was established in the 1960s and is active today in 16 European countries.

Worship Style

From contemporary worship to ancient and modern liturgy, you will find it all. Experience Franciscan liturgy, common prayer, psalm singing, Gregorian chant, sacred meals and an ocassional banjo as we partake of the cornucopia our of ancient faith today.