Welcome to the East End Team Ministry. Episcopal Churches in Glasgow’s East End

There are three Episcopal Churches in the East End of Glasgow. In January 1996 St Kentigern’s, Dennistoun, St Serf’s, Shettleston and St John’s, Baillieston joined together and the East End Team Ministry came into being.

St Kentigern’s shares premises with Dennistoun New Parish Church (Church of Scotland) on Armadale Street in Dennistoun.

St Serf’s is on Shettleston Road in Shettleston. 

St John’s is on Swinton Road in Baillieston.  

Please note that over the two summer holiday period we are holding services AT ONE VENUE ONLY each Sunday, alternating between St Serf’s and St John’s as follows:

July 3 St John’s at 11.30am

July 10 St Kentigern’s AT St Serf’s 9.00am AND St Serf’s at 10.00am

July 17 St John’s at 11.30am

July 24 St Serf’s at 10.00am

July 31 TEAM EUCHATIST at St John’s at 10.30am (NB NOT 11.30)

August 7 St Serf’s at 10.00am

August 14 St John’s at 11.30am

August 21 St Serf’s at 10.00am

August 28 St John’s at 11.30am

Coronavirus: important information

We are delighted to announce that both St Serf’s and St John’s are now open for public Sunday worship. Services take place at 10.00 am at St Serf’s and 11.30 am at St John’s. Face coverings are required and numbers are limited because of ongoing social distancing requirements.

Sunday services will continue to be livestreamed from one or other of our churches for all those who continue to feel unable to attend in-person worship.

Morning Prayer will be streamed at 9.15am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays.  

Enquiries :: about Holy Baptism, Marriage arrangements, the Sacrament of Confession or other spiritual matters can be discussed with a member of the Pastoral Team. 

Candles :: If you wish to sponsor a seven day votive candle at the image of Our Lady in St John’s or St Serf’s, please contact the Administrator, Miss Trudy Hill who will receive the appropriate dedication and your payment of £3. Dedications can be in memory of a loved one, in thanksgiving or as a prayer offering. 

St John’s in the snow.