Welcome to St Brendan's Parish Church website, where we wish you the blessings of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Whether you are a person of faith, or have yet to find it, you are very welcome to join us in our daily devotional service.
liturgical Service
Baptisms
Weddings
Baptisms: Through this Sacrament  we are born again to eternal life in Christ. There is no greater gift God can give us. Both for children and adults a programme of preparation is necessary. Everyone is welcome so please contact us.
Weddings:  “Greater love has no one than this than that he lay down his life for his friend”. If you wish to make this life long commitment in Christ, you are most welcome to do so in this Church. Normally 6 months notice is necessary to enable the completion of the preparation programme.
Daily Mass Monday to Saturday 9:30am

Vigil Mass (Saturday night) 5:30pm

Sunday Mass 11am

Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)

Saturday 10:30am and 4:45pm

Other services as advised in weekly Newsletter
Funerals
Newsletter
Our People, Our Community
I have come that you may have life and have it to the full”
Coping with the death of a loved one is always difficult and we are here to help. Please make contact with us as soon as possible after death. We will do all we can to help you with both practical and spiritual arrangements. In case it may be of assistance, links to local undertakers are provided.
We have a robust policy when dealing with  children and vulnerable adults. A copy can be obtained from our church office.
The Navigator newsletter is published weekly and contains information about the current life and activities of the Parish.
The Good Shepherd Cluster Program
Save us Saviour of the world, for by your cross and resurrection you have set us free
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St Brendan's R.C. Church, 187 Kelso St, Glasgow G13 4BH   Telephone: 0141 560 6948     Email:   st.brendans@hotmail.co.uk

Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love

Mother Teresa

Always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth.

Colossians 2:8

A man who is kind benefits himself, but a cruel man hurts himself.

Proverbs 11:17

I sought the lord, he answered me, and delivered me from all my fears.

Psalm 34:4
Dear Friends,

A very warm if ‘virtual welcome’ to the parish of St. Brendan, the Navigator. Our parish patron is famous for his voyages which he made in search of the ‘Promised Land’. The fact you have decided to pay us a visit probably indicates that, like St. Brendan and like the members of our parish family, you are also searching for a land where justice and peace can flourish and human beings can in unity, friendship and peace.

Through his many voyages and in the many Christian communities, monastic and parochial, which he established, St. Brendan clearly found Christ giving him eyes to see the ‘promised land’ and embrace its inhabitants in love and in peace.

His vision and his teaching continue to inspire us and to guide us. The heart of our family and what holds us together as one is our faith in Jesus Christ and our firm conviction that he is to found in the family of the Church.

SEARCHING FOR THE PROMISED LAND
St. Peter in describing the Church used the analogy of a building and said that we are “living stones” making up the body of Christ. The stones which Christ uses to form his Church need a lot of work to shape them and form them and to place them in the building so that what is constructed is something beautiful and worthy of God.

This process of being shaped and formed by God is the life and work of our parish. Through listening to the Word and God and sharing in the sacraments and life of the Church we allow ourselves to be shaped and formed by the heavenly craftsman.

I hope you can find something of interest in our site to help you to find the Promised Land and I assure you of an actual warm welcome should you find time to visit us in reality.

May God grant you his peace and his blessing.       

Fr. Joe McAuley  
Parish Priest

St Brendan's R.C. Church, 187 Kelso St, Glasgow G13 4BH   Telephone: 0141 560 6948     Email:   st.brendans@hotmail.co.uk
                                       How to find us.

Train station
– Garscadden G13 3AF
From train station walk west towards Kirkton Ave, turn left onto Kirkton Ave, turn left onto Killoch Drive, continue onto Fulwood Ave, Turn Right onto Kelso Street.

First Bus
Numbers 1A/1B/1D will all drop off at bottom of Kelso Street. Walk over hill at Kelso Street (approx. 5 mins) -  St Brendans RC Church on left hand side.

St Brendan's R.C. Church