In common with many congregations, we are in the process of rebuilding our Church life after all the restrictions caused by the Covid pandemic. We are now welcoming children back to the morning service, and they leave part way through for Sunday School and Bible Class as normal. The lunch club restarted in September and the Guild, the Men’s Association, Badminton Club, Choir practice and Midweek services are starting up the first week in October.

Other aspects of Church life are also planning to restart soon. We are meeting regularly for the morning service at 10.30 with no booking required, though an online service is still available for those who don't yet feel comfortable meeting in person. You will need to bring your mask with you and wear it unless exempt for medical reasons. This page will try and keep you up to date with what is going on.

Our congregation is situated in Milngavie (pronounced 'Milguy'), a suburb to the north-west of Glasgow. St Paul's is one of the  Church of Scotland congregations in Clyde Presbytery. The congregation was established in 1841, and the present church was built in 'Scottish Gothic' style in 1906. We are the spiritual home of 1,200 people who come from various backgrounds and a wide age range. We are a lively, welcoming congregation for whom the faithful proclamation of God's Word is vital for our daily lives and Christian growth. This inspires us in our practical Christian witness. Our minister is Rev Fergus C. Buchanan .  Our minister and a great number of enthusiastic elders and members of the congregation carry out the ministry.

Our aim is to lead people to Jesus Christ, in whom they can find the solution for their problems, forgiveness for their sins, and receive peace and eternal life. With this good news, we aspire to reach everybody from nursery to old age, showing God's love.

We gladly invite all people interested, or seeking, to our services and events. Personal discussions can be arranged through the Church Office or the ministers. The sermons preached in the church can be listened to on the site. The online version of our church magazine, 'Life' informs you about other activities of the church.

So, please have a browse on the site,  and if you want to get in touch, don't hesitate.