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Carols for Peace in Glasgow

Friday December 16

Picture by Paul Robertson, Creative Commons

The annual Glasgow Churches Together Carols for Peace service will take place on Sunday.

The service will be attended by the Lord Provost, Councillor Sadie Docherty, and representatives of Churches Together. Music will be from the St Mungo Singers, the Rutherglen Salvation Army Band, South Side Fiddlers, a piper, harpist, ensemble and schools.

Prayers will be said for peace throughout the world but particularly in Bethlehem, Glasgow’s twin city.

A collection will be taken for the Lord Provost’s Fund.

The event is held at 3pm in the Banqueting Hall of Glasgow City Chambers, followed by refreshments in the Satinwood Suite overlooking George Square. Everyone is welcome.


George Ross - Friday, December 16th, 2016

“More than 70 years we have a so called "peace service" in Rotterdam with as much as possible churches (and not only 'protestant") of the town . We hope i t will be continued a lot of years.”

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