Sundays at Re:Hope begin with prayer at 9am – if you’re thinking of visiting why not join us? Children are welcome to pray, and the baby room and crèche facilities are available if you want to use them.
After prayer there’s an opportunity to mingle and enjoy complimentary hot drinks and snacks.
The morning service starts with notices and an opportunity for people to share what God has been doing in their lives. We then have a time of worship, a message, and a second worship time. If you’d like to take communion or receive prayer, these are available during the second worship time.
Children’s ministry is available throughout the morning service: Sign your child in at the appropriate area beforehand, and pick them up afterwards. More information about children’s groups is available here.
VISITING RE:HOPE GLASGOW?
We love having visitors! When you turn up, you’ll be greeted at the door by a member of our welcome team who can show you where to drop children off for crèche or Sunday school and can direct you to the bathrooms or tea and coffee area. Feel free to ask them any questions you have about the service! We hope you’ll feel welcomed and encouraged by your time here.
Before each service we serve tea, coffee and light refreshments – these are totally free so please help yourself! This is also a great opportunity to get to know some new people or catch up with those you’ve met before.
What do people wear?
At Re:Hope people tend to dress informally, so don’t worry about having to dress up – jeans and t-shirts are in the majority! If you prefer to wear something more formal to church, that’s fine too.
What is there for children?
During the morning service we have a supervised crèche for under-4s and run two children’s groups: one for 4-5s and the other for 6-11s. You can find out more here.
If you didn’t have a chance to speak to any church staff while you were here, or just have some more questions to ask about the service, please feel free to contact us here.