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Greenbank Church of Scotland
Greenbank Church of Scotland
A Legacy for Future Generations

A Legacy for Future Generations

Why we need your help

The plan has secured the overwhelming support of the Kirk Session and congregation. Were we to be able to proceed with these plans we would;
Create a week round, community hub that would be a real community resource,
Have the physical capability to meet identified community need,
Provide modern toilet and kitchen facilities,
Provide access for those with disabilities,
Secure a complex that is financially sustainable with significant efficiency, gains in operating the building,
Reduce our carbon footprint.Greenbank is a busy and active community-based church with well over one thousand people attending one of the thirty-seven groups that run each week.
In 2015 against a background of identified community need, rising costs and buildings that were not fit for purpose the Kirk Session set about the task of determining how best it might ensure a lasting legacy for generations to come.

Greenbank is a busy and active community-based church with well over one thousand people attending one of the thirty-seven groups that run each week.In 2015 against a background of identified community need, rising costs and buildings that were not fit for purpose the Kirk Session set about the task of determining how best it might ensure a lasting legacy for generations to come.

What is planned?

The aim is to make improvements to Greenbank Parish Church that would address fundamental problems with our property in ways that celebrate the beauty, dignity and history of the sanctuary building.

An artists impression of the development of Greenbank Parish Church

By taking action now, we can help our church continue to serve the community for the generations that will follow us.

The plan has secured the overwhelming support of the Kirk Session and congregation. Were we to be able to proceed with these plans we would;

  • Create a week round, community hub that would be a real community resource,
  • Have the physical capability to meet identified community need,
  • Provide modern toilet and kitchen facilities,
  • Provide access for those with disabilities,
  • Secure a complex that is financially sustainable with significant efficiency, gains in operating the building,
  • Reduce our carbon footprint.

 

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Supporters

Oct 05, 2021

Anonymous

in thanksgiving for Chris

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Oct 03, 2021

Allan

For Chris who managed to get Norrie, Douglas and myself to sing at a Karaoke night at the Tennis Club. Norrie and I can't sing. To make maters worse Chris chose American Pie - one of the longest pop songs ever - Chris was in his element.


Oct 03, 2021

Gordon and Moira Dickson

In memory of Chris Adam and in grateful thanks for all he did for the project

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Oct 02, 2021

Anonymous

In memory of Chris Adam

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Oct 02, 2021

Anonymous

In memory of Chris Adam We will always remember you as a lovely neighbour and friend. Noreen and Nadeem Siddiqui

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Sep 30, 2021

Anonymous

In memory of Chris Adam

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Sep 30, 2021

Anonymous

In memory of Chris Adam - what a lovely service today. It was so nice to see each boy play their part and all of their individual personalities shone brightly through. Kirsten did her Uncle Chris proud as well - Alan B x

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Sep 30, 2021

Steve Hoare

In Memory of Chris Adam. He was my manager when I worked with him in Glasgow for a couple of years in the 90s. He was a kind man who helped me develop my career. I was very sad to hear of his passing and my condolences to his dear family.

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Feb 03, 2021

The welsh family

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