Sherbrooke Mosspark News
Sherbrooke Mosspark Parish Church
240 Nithsdale Rd, G41
Tel.:0141 427 1968
minister: Revd Tom Pollock
Sherbrooke Mosspark came into being in 2018 and is the result of a union between the then Sherbrooke-St Gilbert's Parish Church and Mosspark Parish Church. The building, on Nithsdale Rd., is actually the original Sherbrooke Free Church created in 1894. Sherbrooke Free Church, after the Union of the churches in Scotland in 1929, joined with St Gilbert's Church (in the 1940's) that sat on the corner of Sherbrooke Avenue with Hamilton Avenue.
It is a busy, well attended building providing for the local community, both spiritually and socially. We host a whole variety of groups with the aim of providing a safe environment for all people to connect with God and each other.
A glimpse of the life at Sherbrooke Mosspark
Easter breakfast 2019
On Easter Morning we meet in the hall for breakfast. It is a great fun event with about 100 people coming along before being joined by more that number again for our Easter Service.
The AM Chorus is a group of people who come together on Wednesday mornings to make music and enjoy each other's company. A great bunch who contribute a concert in May each year and sing before our Carols by Candlelight Service at Christmas
Sherbrooke Mosspark sanctuary is used as a concert venue by many fine orchestras and musical groups. The image is of the Bearsden & Milgavie Fiddlers.
Many young emerging musicians from the Royal Scottish Conservatoire have used our building for both rehearsals and debut concerts.
It has also hosted some fine art exhibitions at which the local community have a chance to meet neighbours and enjoy some wonderful paintings