The Men’s Fellowship has been meeting every Monday evening at 7.30pm since it was founded in 1963.
Membership is open to men of ALL AGES irrespective of Church affiliation. You would be made most welcome even if you are unable to attend on a regular basis. Our syllabus covers practically every subject imaginable and may be presented orally, by powerpoint, by photographic slides or by video. We also have musical evenings on occasions, for our enjoyment, as well as a theatre evening, a Christmas Dinner and a coach trip every session. Our meetings are very informal and the format is usually left to the discretion of the speaker. We commence each evening, however, with a scripture reading, a prayer, followed by a hymn after which the speaker takes over. We stop for tea around 8.30 and our meeting closes at 9.00pm with the Benediction.
Please feel free to come along if you see something in the syllabus that you are interested in, especially if you are unable to attend every week.
GO ON, GIVE THE FELLOWSHIP A TRY. YOU WILL BE MADE MOST WELCOME AND YOU ARE CERTAIN TO MEET FRIENDS YOU ALREADY KNOW.
7th Opening Evening & Communion
14th 100 yrs of the telephone - Max Flemmick
21st When Sundays brought the Post - Jill Scott & Bill Hicks
28th Glasgow University illustrated - Craig Mains
4th Franklin’s Legs - Liz McIntyre
11th Glasgow Dance Halls - John Walker
18th More Nostalgia - Kevin Smith
25th Photographs on the Edge - Heather Kerr
2nd Mission Aviation Fellowship - Ian Nelson
9th Fellowship Christmas Dinner
13th “Not to Miss” Glasgow - Craig Mains
20th “Clarinda” - Grace Hislop
27th The Bernese Oberland - H. Willimott
3rd More of the Same - Rhona Hughes
10th The Chartist Movement - Jim Keenan
17th Railway Engineering
24th The Bothwell case - Ian McKellar
2nd The Torso Trail - Lesley McIlhager
9th The Most Extreme Airport Craig Mains ((DVD)
16th Clyde Puffers
23rd Annual Business Meeting