Please note that in common with the rest of the Scottish Episcopal Church, all public worship
is currently suspended and all Church buildings are closed to the public until further notice.
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Please keep in touch with each other by phone as much as you can. The pastoral team will be in regular contact, but please don't hesitate to ring Jim. Please keep an eye on this website and on our Facebook page. Please also let friends who are not online know, if you can. Please know that your clergy are praying for you all every day.
ADVISORY GROUP FORMED TO ASSIST WITH EASING OF LOCKDOWN RESTRICTIONS
22 May 2020. The College of Bishops has previously announced the intention to issue guidance to the Scottish Episcopal Church in connection with the gradual easing of lockdown restrictions. READ MORE...
Jim will be streaming a celebration of the Eucharist on Sundays from St Serf's at 10.30 am. There will be a link to the liturgy so that you can follow along at home.
Morning Prayer will be streamed at 9.15am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday and Thursdays.
You can watch live or catch up later on our YouTube channel and find links on our facebook page
Virtual Coffee Morning, Tuesdays at 11.30 :: our first EETM Zoom Coffee Morning was such a success that we have decided to make it a weekly occurrence.
If this is something that you'd like to join in with, but the time doesn't work for you, do let me know and we can try different days and times. I do want to include as many people as want to join in.
If you haven't used Zoom before you'll need to download and install it onto your computer or smartphone. You should do this ahead of time by visiting zoom.us where you will find helpful information and assistance on how to get started. When the time comes, to join us just click the "Join Zoom Meeting" link below and join with video. You'll need to enter the Meeting ID and the password. There's an option to test your audio and video before you start and I do recommend that you try that as it can be very frustrating not to be able to hear what people are saying!
Topic: EETM Coffee and chat
Time: Tuesdays at 11:30 AM
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Meeting ID: 249 624 2561
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.