what is beacon?

A place of light where Gods light shines. We aim to be a safe, welcoming and friendly space. We offer a service where guests can enjoy a meal and some activities in a relaxing and comfortable environment.

who is it for?

Anyone is welcome as a guest or a volunteer.
Guests are those who might feel socially excluded, have addiction or mental health concerns or who may be living in temporary accommodation.
Volunteers are invited to assist in serving the guests after a short induction on Beacon principles.

when is it?

Every Thursday 6:30pm til 9pm (50 weeks in the year).

what goes on?

Activities and services at a typical Beacon evening include:

– a hot meal (soup and main course)
– friendly conversation at the meal table
– a pool table is available
– haircutting is sometimes provided
– a selection of donated clothes is often on hand for anyone who can make good use of them
– rolls and cakes provided by a local bakery are usually available to take away
– basic ’emergency’ food packs can be provided in times of crisis
– a time of worship led by the Beacon team
– a short talk/discussion on a variety of interesting topics from a guest speaker

Camphill campus
20 Balvicar Drive, Glasgow, G42 8QS

Partick campus
19 Crow Road, Glasgow, G11 7RT

The Point (church office)
180 Queen's Drive, Glasgow, G42 8QD

0141 423 3962

office@qpbc.org