Gardner Memorial Church

Do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with your God



                                   NEW IN 2019

      Niall Murphy, Deputy Director of the Glasgow Heritage Trust gave a talk on the architect of         the Gardner Memorial Church,  Sir John James Burnet during our October Celebrations to       showcase our  completed essential repairs.


      talk           Niall Murphy with Peter  


Our beautiful Church for Harvest Thanksgiving Service 

   harvest         harvest table

                 flowers at Harvest                        welcome


      We held a Strawberry Tea in July …. rain did not stop play we held in the hall due to another downpour that is our                     summer theme this year.

   strawberries          table

                bowl of strawberries                   pay at the door


         Burnbank, Farnell held a Strawberry tea, plant sale and open garden all for Farnell Church Funds.  Photos below 

    welcome        happy visitors

    Service with a smile       gardens


The Big Community Walk took place from Edinburgh to Brechin.  Visiting and promoting community organisations and the Big Lunch as they travelled.  The group reached Brechin on Friday the 31st of May and met with some of our Big Lunch Organisers (in our church hall due to bad weather) to help promote our Big Lunch in St. Ninian's Square on 30tht June 2019.  The walkers enjoyed tea and cake and were entertained by our Steel Pan Band.

      Walkers at St. Ninian's Square          Walkers

     Steel Pan Drummers         Big Lunch organisers in talks


We held a Christian Aid Lunch. This was a National Fundraiser for an Ante Natal Clinic in Serena Leone.  

        Soup time   pudding time

            lunch time                enjoying lunch


             We held a Coffee Morning on Saturday 27th April with Hot Cross Buns, cake and candy and a  treasures stall.                                                           All smiles as we greet our guests .

    dishes      hot cross buns                                                                

  coffee     treasure stall


                                                                            EASTER  SUNDAY

     Our Choir before our Easter Service 


         Our beautiful church at Easter 

    flowers for easter    the cross  flowers



  Work still ongoing thanks to our funding from the Heritage Lottery fund and  Historic Environment Scotland.   Latest six photos taken in April.

 work       more work

     continuing work            our church     electrical work                                    cracks                         approach to church                           High          


        We welcomed the Beavers, Cubs and Scouts for their Founder's Day  Service on 24th of February

 founders day       scouts

 church on founders day


As our Repair & Renewal Project progresses thanks to our Heritage Lottery Funding and Historic Environment Scotland grant. We must say a thank you to all National Lottery players without the invested money our project would not be attainable.

Check out our latest photographs of work continuing.

 tower   arch



     Our Burns Lunch was well attended check out the photos below

 haggis more haggis

 plateful  smiles



      Our Renovations have began thanks to the Heritage Lottery  Funding and Historic Environment Scotland.

 Our renovations more changes

              damacre end