Worship Update – 07/01/2021

Following the recent government guidence we have decided there will be no Sunday morning services in either of our churches until further notice. Whilst we remain in “Lockdown” our minister will record a short reflection with prayers which can be viewed on YouTube and here on Facebook.
We will follow the Scottish Government’s advice regarding public worship. However it is unlikely that public worship will resume before February 2021.
Bearing in mind the high level of transmitability of the new strain of Covid-19 it has been decided that the practice of recording a Sunday morning worship service in the Netherlee sanctuary was putting an unnecessary risk on the health of the AV Team, organist, minister and others. As a consequence, for the next few weeks, our minister will record a reflection with prayers and this will be uploaded to the church YouTube channel.
Once the government permits holding public worship with congregations of up to 20 people we plan to revert to making a live broadcast and recording of worship in Netherlee sanctuary. Only members of the AV Team, organist and minster will be present in the church for this service.
Once the government permits holding public worship with congregations of up to 50 people we plan to having two services each Sunday morning.

Worship Update – 18/11/2020

Due to the move to Level 4, we have decided that there will be no Sunday worship for members in either of our church buildings before Sunday 13th December. This is to protect the health of our members and reduce the spread of the coronavirus. Our minister, Scott, will lead online worship on Sunday mornings at 10.00am, including Communion on Sunday 6th December. Please click the following link to access the services on our YouTube channel.

Worship Update – 16/07/2020

Worship resumes in the Netherlee Sanctuary on Sunday 26th July.

There will be 2 services so come along at either 10:00am or 11:30am.

The Scottish Government has specified that the maximum number of people who can attend any service is 50.

To help prevent anyone turning up and finding that the service is full and being turned away we have introduced a booking system. If you want to book a spot please contact the Netherlee Church Office between 10:00am and noon on Tuesday morning and between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm on Wednesday. The church office number is 0141 637 2503.

We will endeavour to notify you before each Sunday how many seats have been booked and how many seats remain. Please bear with us as we navigate this new normal.

Glasgow Presbytery has not granted us permission to open Stamperland

due to outstanding electrical work which must be completed

and certified before we can re-apply for permission to open.

This matter will be considered by the Fabric Committee and the Kirk Session

Please be aware that due to Covid-19 it will be a different new normal

The following information may influence your personal risk assessment:

  • If you are unwell please do not attend church.
  • If shielding, isolating or vulnerable please consider the risks associated with attending church.
  • Toilets will be closed and only available in a genuine emergency.
  • Church of Scotland has ruled 50 people as the maximum capacity for any church, so please do not be offended if the Duty Team do not allow you entry.
  • Enter / Exit the building by specific doors – please read the signs and follow the guidance of the Duty Team – level access is be available.
  • Duty Team will ask for your name and telephone number –only to be used if required for Test and Protect purposes by Health Protection Scotland.
  • Please wear a face covering (we will have masks available in both buildings) to mitigate being indoors and reduce the risk of transmission of the virus.
  • Hygiene is important – please use the hand sanitisers provided.
  • No singing during the service as this increases transmission of the virus.
  • The offering will not be collected during the service, but places for you to leave offerings and donations as you enter and exit will be signposted.
  • Any coats, umbrellas etc must be taken with you into the sanctuary.
  • There will be no tea or coffee provided after the service (or chat sadly).
  • At the end of the service you will be guided by the Minister and Duty Team on how to exit the building – please disperse promptly outside the building so there is no risk of crowding at the exits or on the pavements outside the building.
  • Netherlee services will be available via online stream, either live or recorded.


The Church of Scotland has produced a short video “With God’s help we will get though this together


The impact of the Coronavirus makes undertaking some forms of pastoral care rather difficult, particularly face-to-face visits whether at home, care home or hospital.  Please, therefore, do be aware that fewer visits than normal will be possible.

Our minister, Rev Scott Blythe, is happy to be contacted by phone, text or e-mail.  Many, if not most, pastoral care issues may have to be handled by phone and text.

Scott’s landline number is 0141 533 7147.

His mobile phone number is 07504 692 046.

His e-mail is

You can also contact our Pastoral Care Assistant, Marie Wilson.

Marie’s mobile phone number is 07399 246 935.

Her e-mail address is

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