Strathclyde Circuit


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Dear Friends,

Greetings to you all!  Anniesland Methodist Church is engaging with the global, ecumenical prayer initiative, “Thy Kingdom Come” by encouraging a month of prayer from 23rd April to 23rd May.

During this time, one room in the church building will be designated as a prayer room with occasional gatherings taking place.  The suggestion is that all members of the circuit join by making a commitment to pray for 5 people during that time – as well as offering prayer for the life of the circuit.

A calendar with more information and giving times when the prayer room will be open is available to download from the website below.

Grace and peace as we continue our journey of prayer,


Month of Prayer Calendar

Thy Kingdom Come a Month of Prayer

The Strathclyde Circuit was formed in 2014 from the former Glasgow and Lanarkshire Circuits.

As a circuit we feel we are being encouraged to explore a Rhythm for Living individually and in community. This means that people will do things together and discover the reality of God together. We are going to see a distinctive Methodist community emerge under the theme SHARE-PRAY-LIVE here in Strathclyde. In our worship and witness we are seeking to be followers of the Jesus way.

The youth of the circuit are moving in the direction of forming an R4L community.

A Prayer Group meet on a regular basis for details contact

Led by Rev. Elizabeth Oliver and held at Duthie Park manse.

It was a special joy to host the President and Vice President of the Methodist Conference in the circuit in April. They brought blessing to the circuit as they visited the churches and shared in a celebration at Pollokshaws on the Tuesday evening.
We sang (lots), prayed and heard something of their testimonies in our gathering together. It was important to welcome Jess Poole, our new youth worker, and to promise to pray for her as she begins her work. It was an evening filled with hope as we gave thanks for the arrival of Joseph in the Hay family.
Thanks to all who made it a memorable visit.
I take the opportunity of marking the end of a chapter in the circuit as Terry and Gordon leave us this summer. Thanks for a great time, brothers!
Peace be the journey.


Jill Baker became Vice-President at the Methodist Conference you can follow her blog here:

Jill Baker’s Blog

Circuit Fellowship is on the first Friday of every month at 10.30am at Shettleston.

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