Welcome to St James the Less Episcopal Church, Bishopbriggs.

We hope you will find something of interest on these pages and we look forward to welcoming you to one of our services or other events.

Recent meeting

There were 26 folk stayed for the meeting after worship on Sunday 17th April. There was a great buzz from the four discussion groups with lots of contributions from everyone present. The comments will feed in to the next vestry meeting as we aim to finalise our Year 3 Mission Action Plan in the near future. Ideas will continue to emerge from the meeting as seeds sown bear fruit in the longer term.

April 17th

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Easter – Dawn service

St James the Less Lay Reader Kennedy Fraser led the Bishopbriggs Churches Together dawn service at 7am on Easter Sunday morning at Cadder Church. Thanks are due to him and to the ladies of Cadder Church who provided a warm welcome and great breakfast in their hall just up the road.

Easter fire Kennedy Easter morning


Gathering Easter morningBreakfast setting

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Easter Sunday

‘Easter Encounter’ We celebrated the empty tomb, the Risen Lord on Easter Sunday morning.

The Lord is Risen!


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Maundy Thursday

b.GIFMaundy Thursday service at 7pm in St James the Less – 24th March. Why not come and join us for this fairly traditional service with hymns, readings, meditations and Communion. The service concludes with the stripping of the altar and the lights going down in preparation for what we call ‘Good Friday’. A Holy Week service well worth experiencing.

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Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees

A new initiative highlighted by Bishop Gregor – Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees.  It is well worth clicking on the link to be more aware of what is happening and of where we can each play our part: www.sfar.org.uk

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