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The UCKG HelpCentre in Glasgow resumed its normal programme of public services of prayer from 6pm on Friday 11 December, while also retaining some virtual services for people who are vulnerable or self-isolating. This followed the end of Scotland’s three-week lockdown and Glasgow’s transfer from tier four to tier three, as the rate of infections fell.
Pastor Fagner, who is the pastor at the HelpCentre on Shettleston Road, Glasgow G32 has been welcoming members back to the regular themed services and meetings, which take place daily.
The schedule comprises services in the church at 6pm in Portuguese and at 7:30pm in English on weekdays, with the exception of Thursdays. The themes for prayers are as follows:
Monday – Independence Project (prayer for economic security)
Tuesday – Healing
Wednesday – Spiritual Growth
Thursday – Love Therapy (8pm) is streamed from UCKG’s headquarters.
Friday – Spiritual Cleansing.
A full Sunday programme comprises services in English at 7:30am and 10am (Sunday Service/Empowerment) and at 12Pm in Portuguese. In addition two further activities, ‘Breaking the Habit’ which deals with addictions – at 4pm – and Bible Study – at 6pm – are streamed from the UCKG’s headquarters in London.
Virtual services will continue to be streamed twice a week from the UCKG’s headquarters. The Wednesday service at 7.30pm focuses on Spiritual Growth, while the Sunday/Empowerment service is at 10am. Both can be accessed via *Liberty Radio and *Univer Video.
Pastor Fagner said: “We have a small but very active congregation who are very pleased to be back in church, and who will be following Scotland’s tight restrictions to the letter.”
This means social distancing, except between members of the same household, wearing face coverings for mutual protection, and use of the hand gel provided. No more than 50 people can attend a service indoors.
Notes to editors:
UCKG is a Christian church and registered charity that offers a range of practical support activities alongside spiritual support and comfort and welcomes all- comers. It reached the UK in 1995 and has gone from strength to strength, providing support and spreading the Christian faith. There are UCKG HelpCentre branches in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
*Liberty Radio can be accessed via the website libertyradio.co.uk or the Liberty Radio app. The Liberty Radio app can be downloaded on Google Play and the App Store.
*Univer Video app can be downloaded on Google Play and the App Store. The app and website broadcast the services live, plus other live UCKG services from around the world. This streaming service is subject to paying subscription.
For further information please contact the UCKG HelpCentre Press Officer via e-mail on email@example.com or direct line 020 7686 6033.
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