Welcome to GCFC - Meeting Jesus Together in the City
A family we belong to, not a building we come to
We are an evangelical church in the Reformed tradition, holding to the Westminster Confession of Faith. We are drawn from areas across the city with a strong commitment to share our faith in Christ with each other and with others locally and internationally. We would love to meet you! If you’d like to join us you can read more information about our normal meetings and worship HERE or get in touch with Laura in the Church Office.
We believe that Jesus Christ is God’s Son, and is the only mediator between us and God and that it is by His death on the cross and His resurrection from the dead that atonement for sin is obtained through the work of the Holy Spirit. We believe in the divine inspiration and authority of the Bible as our only rule of belief and conduct.
We believe that we are put right with God by faith alone. We believe that salvation is unearned and is by grace alone.
Following the announcement today (04/01/2021) by the Scottish Government, places of worship are closed for communal worship until further notice. Further updates to this will be published here as soon as they become available.
Are you a student just started at one of the Glasgow Universities or Colleges?
You will be very welcome at Glasgow City Free Church!
We have a number of students within our congregation from most of the universities and colleges, so you will not be alone!
We offer a special welcome to any new students who want to come along to our services in person, and your booking will be prioritised to allow you to attend Church in person. Please tell us on your booking form that you are a student and we will make sure you get a place!
You can also join us at our Zoom services (Meeting ID: 794-070-6937 - contact us for the password).
Click on the photograph of Matthias & Heidi to watch a welcome message from them.
Glasgow City Free Church is a congregation of the Free Church of Scotland, and is a Scottish Charity, SC009980, regulated by the Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR)