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Welcome to hyndlandparishchurch.org.

Thank you for visiting the website of Hyndland Parish Church, linked with Broomhill Church of Scotland. 

(For ALL ENQUIRIES regarding the COMMUNITY HALL  please contact the HALL CONVENOR - FOR CONTACT DETAILS  CLICK "Community Hall" in the broad blue band above.

All enuiries regarding the Hire of the Sanctuary and Russell House should be sent to hpc.bookings@gmail.com

We very much hope you will be able to join us for Sunday Worship in this beautiful sanctuary on Hyndland Road in the West End of Glasgow; there is no dress code and visitors are free to sit wherever they choose. For information and starting times of Services (which vary from month to month,) please see "Notices" in the broad blue band at the top of this page. There you will find regularly updated information about what's on.

You can also read all our newsletters and magazines by clicking "The Scroll", also in the broad blue band above.

All are warmly invited to share in the fellowship at the close of Morning Worship over a cup of fairly traded tea or coffee. Hyndland Parish Church is a registered Charity; Charity Number:SC002398. Details about the building are published on the Sacred Scotland website of Scotland's Churches Trust. (www.scotlandschurchestrust.org.uk)

Rev. George C. Mackay is the minister of our Church which is linked with Broomhill Church of Scotland. \
Should you require the services of a minister or a pastoral care visit please telephone 07711 569127.
For further general information, please telephone 0141 334 1002.

The Session Clerk may be contacted at: 
The Church Secretary and Roll-Keeper may be contacted at:
Requests for more information, general enquiries and comments may be addressed to webmaster@hyndlandparishchurch.org 

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