Origin Scotland Christmas Special

November 23, 2021

Celebrate the season with Origin Scotland, and a host of musicians and singers in a magical evening of Christmas music at the Usher Hall, Edinburgh on Saturday 11 December at 7.30pm.

Tickets are free and are available through our website. Group bookings are currently possible only by email or call 0131 541 0117.

Change to ‘Thank You For The Music’

October 19, 2021

For the safety of all, it is necessary to delay the restart of the Singalong due to Covid. The next Singalong will be on THURSDAY 18 NOVEMBER at 1.30 pm and the team look forward to giving you a very warm welcome then.  We very much regret that we are unable to proceed as planned on 21st October.

Pop Up Operas outdoors

July 13, 2021

Scottish Opera are hitting the road this week with Pop Up Operas outdoors. In conjunction with EDLC – Culture they will be performing on Wednesday 14th July 2021 at Huntershill Village, Bishopbriggs. Each performance is a 30 minute mini-opera packed with music, drama, laughs and tongue-twisting tunes.
Tickets are selling fast so don’t delay if you want to enjoy some Opera again.
Appropriate measures will be in place to ensure the safety of all audience members, performers and technical staff.
Visit www.scottishopera.org.uk/shows/pop-up-opera-2021 to buy tickets and http://www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/…/top-pop-ups-outdoor… for more info.

Origin Scotland –

March 26, 2021

Resurrection 2021 Sunday 4 April 7pm

Usually on Easter Sunday in the UK, Origin draws together churches from all over central Scotland to worship together in a great celebration of the resurrection of Jesus and this year we are excited to present an online event on Easter Sunday, and two shorter meditations on Thursday and Friday of Easter week. Here are the dates: Easter Thursday Meditation 1 April, 7.30pm; Easter Friday Reflections 2 April, 7.30pm; Resurrection 2021 Sunday 4 April, 7pm

All at www.youtube.com/originministries

Dementia Friendly Concert

January 26, 2021

In partnership with Celtic Connections 2021

The benefits of music in unlocking memories, reducing stress and anxiety while also helping maintain speech and language, are increasingly recognised. Please join us for a relaxed afternoon performance by Catherine Tinney & Luc McNally recorded in Tramway as part of Celtic Connections 2021.

As you will be aware, it’s difficult to make online events dementia friendly, but both performances are relaxed sets that last around 30-40 mins and give people a taste of the festival. https://youtu.be/ANY5eWTa1-k  

Alzheimer Scotland – Together at Home concert

October 27, 2020

Live Music Now Scotland continue their Together at Home concert series. If you have not been able to catch a performance live you can still hear the concerts on their YouTube Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/livemusicnowscotland or their Website: https://www.livemusicnow.org.uk/scotland

Contact Details

01360 620970
Sunday Morning service (online) 10:30am