We are at the corner of Abercorn Street, Paisley.
Paisley North formerly Wallneuk North has been in the heart of paisley community for over 100 years. If you have a special memory of the church,or have family/friends visiting and would like to visit and learn about the history
Of Paisley North we can arrange a visit.
Paisley North would like thank all our clients who have hired our halls over the past year
It is very much appreciated. Going forward into 2024 they continue to support our church and our church diary is as busy as ever.
Our thanks go to Tango dancers, Children’s panel, Paisley Patchers, ROAR, Aria, Zumba, S.C.L. Arkleston singers, Sinfonia, Alzheimer group, Gaelic conversation, Slimming world, BSM music academy, Spanish Language classes and SNP.
We were delighted to play host to the MOD in October who were thrilled with our hospitality.
We wish everyone a peaceful Christmas and a Good Newyear.
Sunday Worship: Sunday 11am
Please join us for worship with coffee/tea in the hall after the service.
Mid-week service: Wednesday 12.30pm
Paisley North Church hold their Christmas
Toy service on the 10th December and all gifts will be donated to the Salvation Army.
Toy Service: 10th December
Nativity: 17th December
Christmas Eve: 24th December 11am & 6pm
Paisley North Church is open Tuesdays and Fridays 10am-12pm to visit our beautiful sanctuary or for quiet relaxation.
DROP IN CLUB
Run by Ian Williams and a few willing helpers. Sunday evenings 6-8pm. Join the group and enjoy a warm meal.
If you have CONCERNS these might help:
HM Government & Pensions https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en
Mental Health & Money Advice https://www.mentalhealthandmoneyadvice.org/scot/
Christians against Poverty https://capuk.org/
Dear Members & Friends of Paisley North Church,
Almost four years into the role of Pioneer Minister, I often recall the privilege of meeting so many people who in some way or another are connected with Ferguslie Park and the North end of Paisley. To have now been invited to be the Interim Moderator of the newly formed Paisley North Church is also another “Hello!” for me and my “Hello!” to YOU.
I've found people both welcoming and keen to tell me of their lives in Paisley. I've known some of you over these past years, especially those who attended the Wednesday small group and those who helped during the Beechwood Community Centre’s “Messy Church.” I’ve had a cuppa with a few of you and heard of the great work being carried out not only in this Church but also through community groups and local charities. What strikes me the most is the people I’ve met who’ve a heart to see things change for the better.
I often get asked what my role is since I'm "someone who doesn't have a Church." To these folks the title "Pioneer Minister" isn't all that helpful and for some the idea of a "Community Minister" seems easier to grasp.
I spend a lot of my time walking the streets and those who know me will know that I like to walk as it helps me to get to know areas of the town as well as the people I meet along the way. During these stops and walks, I often see people of all sorts, as I get a sense of people's hopes, dreams, things to be thankful for and the spiritual heritage that exists in Paisley. I see the closing of shops and I also see the outworking of what has been labelled a main concern here in Scotland, that of people who find themselves struggling to overcome addiction. Such times when I meet folks always remind me that we’re all broken people in one way and another.
It would be easy to be overwhelmed, to reckon that nothing can be done. That, however, is not the case – for the story of Jesus inviting himself to the home of Zacchaeus (Luke 19: 1-10) reminds me that if anyone can “fix us” it is Jesus. What would He have us do? Invite people into our lives, invite ourselves into their lives, do whatever we can so that relationships can be made and we all can find ourselves embraced back into community? Isn’t this and much more what the Church of Jesus is to be about – would you agree?
Each day I meet people who are working to support what's happening now and perhaps that is the only thing we can change - “the now.” So that tomorrow we can hope in God as we all live and walk towards making “the yet to be” with Jesus’ help.
As we meet in the street or in Church, may you know the love of Jesus for you.
God bless and keep you all.
We seek to be open to God, open to one another and open to the needs of others, in our church, in our lives and in service to the world.
A union of the congregations of Wallneuk North Church (1913-2013) and Sandyford Church.
Find out about upcoming events taking place at Paisley North.
Our Brownies & Guides meet every Wednesday from 6.30pm-8.30pm. Ages 7-14
2ND PAISLEY BOYS BRIGADE
Junior Section Age 8-10
Company Section Age 11-18
1st Saturday of each month.
For more info please contact Rab McMillan on 0141 848 7683 or email email@example.com