COVID-19:

Following government advice and to protect our local community from the spread of covid-19, The Church & all gatherings for worship will cease until further notice. This includes all Easter services. The Church halls will also be closed and unavailable for use until further notice. Please keep checking our website for updated information.

Stay Safe

A trial Sunday Service will take place on Sunday 3 May from 1200-1240 via Zoom.


The meeting id is: 799-5661-6835


This is the first Sunday Service we are doing by Zoom and will be a bit experimental so please bear with us. 


If anyone is unsure then feel free to connect to Zoom earlier and or contact me on my mobile and I will try to walk you through the steps before the meeting starts - but please do not leave it too close to the service start!


Rev. Peter Gill

07951764262 


Wallneuk North hopes that everyone is staying safe during these uncertain times. We would like to thank all the NHS staff and frontline workers who are working so hard and risking their lives to care for us all at this time.


Some of our church members have written messages of thanks and pinned them to the cross displayed outside our church. If anyone would like to add their own message please get in touch and we can help arrange this.

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MESSAGE FROM REV. PETER GILL | COVID-19

Dear members & friends of Wallneuk North Church,


Greetings in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ. As you know, because of the guidance issued from both, the Church of Scotland and the UK government we have been asked  to stop the spread of Covid-19. Therefore, our church services have also been halted.


The Church of Scotland said on funerals:  "It may be necessary in the future to consider whether funerals should be restricted exclusively to minister, immediate family, and funeral directors." The coronavirus pandemic is confusing and frightening, unless the situation changes dramatically, many more will be affected around the globe. This crisis raises serious questions. But it also raises additional questions for people of faith. 


So, I would like to offer some advice to resist panic. This is not to say there is no reason to be concerned, or that we should ignore the sound advice of medical professionals and public health experts. But panic and fear are not from God. Calm, peace and hope are. It is possible to respond to a crisis seriously and deliberately while maintaining an inner sense of calm, peace and hope through prayer & meditation.


Should you require any additional information or if I can be any help please do not hesitate to contact me. 


Email petergill18@hotmail.com

Mobile 07951 764262


You are all in my thoughts & prayers.


Kind Regards, 

Rev Peter Gill

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WALLNEUK NORTH CHURCH

Abercorn Street, Paisley, PA3 4AB

0141 889 9265 wallneuknorthchurch@gmail.com