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Communion services are held four times per year on the first Sunday of March, June, September and December.


From time to time a ‘family service’ is held when children remain for the whole service.


Special services during the year include Harvest, Remembrance Sunday, Church Anniversary (November), Christmas Day and Good Friday.


On special occasions (e.g. a baptism, visit of missionary partner, Easter, etc) a buffet lunch is held after the service. 

About our mission

"To know Jesus Christ and make him known"


The congregation is made up of a possibly unique mix of people, consisting of those who have had a lifelong connection with the church and people from many different countries and cultures who have moved into the area.  The congregation has made a very significant impact on the surrounding area through its Community Outreach programme.


With its multi-ethnic membership, St. Rollox takes a keen interest in the world church and values its contacts with people who serve overseas.


St. Rollox Church has been in existence since 1855 and now finds itself at a turning-point in its history. Glasgow City Council has recently published ambitious regeneration plans for the Sighthill area.