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Cathcart United Free Church of Scotland
Cathcart United FreeChurch of Scotland

Future Events

These are future events at Cathcart UF or elsewhere outwith our regular activities.




Roll Back The Years Disco

Cathcart Trinity Church

Saturday 8th February

7.15pm - 9.30pm

Once again Cathcart Trinity Church are hosting a family-friendly Roll Back The Years Disco - just for sheer fun!


Supporting The Well Multi-Cultural Resource Centre, it will be held on 8th February and will feature resident DJ Stuart McCloy.


Drinks and nibbles will be provided.


Entry is free, but there will be an opportunity to donate to the work of The Well.


Come along and bring your family and friends.


As an independent charity, The Well is a multi-cultural advice centre which seeks to be a blessing to our neighbours from all over the world. For more info see here.



World Day of Prayer

Clincarthill Parish Church of Scotland

1220 Cathcart Road, G42 9EU

Friday, 2nd March, 2018

The World Day of Prayer worship service has a special annual theme which is developed by women of a different country each year. A national committee then prepares an order of service on that theme.


Next year's service comes from Slovenia and the theme is:

Come - Everything is Ready!.


For more info about World Day of Prayer click here.


THE COMMISSION 2019 02/03/19

Christian Men Together for Scotland presents

The Commission Men’s Conference

Woodhill Evangelical Church, Bishopbriggs

Saturday 2 March 2019

9.30am - 4.00pm

The 2019 Commission day conference at Woodhill Evangelical Church, Bishopbriggs, is on Saturday 2 March. We will be exploring how, as Christian men, we can make a difference in our country. Sessions will be led by two excellent Bible teachers, Andy Bannister and Ian Coffey, who will explain how we can be salt in our secular society and how we can bring light to a nation which seems to be drifting away from God.

Early bird tickets are only £14, including lunch – see Dougie Paton (dougie.paton@sky.com) to book. It would be great to have another large Cathcart contingent at this major event.

There is also an evening concert, with the New Scottish Hymns Band and Ian Coffey taking part. This is open to all, and free tickets can be reserved at https://christianmentogether.com/evening-ticket.


Dr. Andy Bannister, former Canadian Director of Ravi Zacharias International Ministries, was appointed as full-time Director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity (solas-cpc.org) in 2016. Andy leads the Solas team in their drive to carry the Christian message into the public square and to train and equip churches across Scotland and further afield to articulate the relevance of faith in Jesus.

Rev Ian Coffey is Vice Principal (Strategy) and Director of Leadership Training at Moorlands College in Dorset, where he draws upon more than 40 years of leadership experience in both local church and parachurch contexts.

Christian Men Together (CMT) for Scotland exists to encourage and equip Christian men for life at home, at work, at church and in their communities, and to enable them to share the gospel.


For more info about Christian Men Together see here.


PRAISE GATHERING 15, 22 & 23/06/19

Praise Gathering 2019

Perth Concert Hall

Saturday 15th June



Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Saturday 22nd June & Sunday 23th June



Presenting a programme of both contemporary and traditional songs of praise The Praise Gathering Choir are returning to Perth & Glasgow this summer with over 300 singers from many churches throughout Central Scotland.

Concerts will take place in Perth Concert Hall on Saturday 15 June and in Glasgow Royal Concert Halll on Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23 June.


PRAISE GATHERING has its origins in a choir which came together in 1985 to sing the 'Psalms Alive' songs, inviting singers - skilled and unskilled, but with a heart for God - to come and take part in this corporate act of Praise.

The history of PG is therefore really a history of God at work in the lives of ordinary people who have experienced His love and forgiveness in their own lives, and for whom praising and worshipping with their voices is an expression of gratitude which can facilitate the joy of His presence.

Over the years, many people have responded to that invitation, singing in Glasgow City Hall and Glasgow Royal Concert Hall with occasional concerts in the Usher Hall, Edinburgh and the Waterfront, Belfast.


More info coming soon.


To find out more about Praise Gathering see here.


Check back here regularly to find out what events are coming up.

Please email office@cathcartuf.org.uk if you have any questions about the above events.

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