Our vision is to call our city to life
Whether faith and church are new to you, something you are exploring or if you are simply looking for a church in Glasgow, we would love to offer you a generous welcome.
Our regular Sunday service – which we call Camphill Sunday Worship – is at 10.30am every Sunday.
Doors open at 10am, and everyone is welcome.
We have various other events and ministries on during the week also – these are highlighted on our events calendar.
What to expect on Sundays
Sung worship is a large part of our life together. Our worship team’s repertoire includes both classic church hymns and contemporary worship songs. Not sure about what words to sing? Don’t worry, the words are all projected onto a screen at the front. Don’t know the tune? Feel free to simply listen and join in when you feel able.
In other words, opening up Scripture and discovering what God is saying to us through it. Each week, for 20-35 minutes, one of our pastors or someone from our team of preachers will help us to do this.
We love having a whole variety of ages in our church community. We break into learning groups for adults, young people and children part way through the 10:30am service.
The youth programme (P7-S6) runs from partway through our 10:30am service. When we break for learning groups the youth gather at the front door and are accompanied together to The Point and back after their groups .
We are one church with two locations. On a Sunday our service is held in Camphill. Duringthe service, the youth use our second location (The Point). Each of our locations are in residential areas with on street parking, but are also accessible using public transport. We open the doors up 30 minutes before our service starts and there will be a team of people around at the door to welcome you, show you where to go and answer any questions you have.
There are hearing loops installed in the Camphill campus sanctuary and The Point sanctuary. To use the hearing loop, sit downstairs in the centre section of the main space. If you’re unsure, ask one of our service team who will be happy to help you!
We have accessible toilets – just ask a service team member who can guide you to them.
Our Sunday service is held in our Camphill building. During the service, the young people use our second location which is close by (The Point). Each of these locations are in residential areas with on street parking, but are also accessible using public transport. We open the doors up 30 minutes before our service starts and there will be a team of people around at the door to welcome you, show you where to go and answer any questions you have.
First time visitor?
We’d love to give you an extra special welcome. Come say hello at the Welcome Corner at Camphill, or introduce yourself to our team at any point.
Our Camphill building is located right next to Queen’s Park at 20 Balvicar Drive, Glasgow, G42 8QS.
By car: From the A77 (Pollokshaws Road), turn onto Torisdale Street. Turn right onto Niddrie Road. Turn left onto Queen’s Drive. Turn second right onto Balvicar Drive. Queen’s Park Baptist Church is on the corner of Balvicar Drive and Balvicar Street next to the park.
- Via A77, Pollokshaws Road: 3, 38 (B,C,E), 57 (A)
- Via Victoria Road: 4(A), 5, 6
- From Govan: 34
By train: Trains between Glasgow Central and Queen’s Park stations are regular. Journey time is 6 minutes. After alighting at Queen’s Park station, take the Niddrie Road exit.
By subway: The nearest subway stations are West Street and Bridge Street – both are close to the A77. Allow at least 25 minutes to walk from these stations, or jump on a bus going down the A77.
Like many churches, from early 2020 to 2022 we adapted to online services to stay connected with each other.
We have scaled that back now to focus again on in-person services, but you can revisit the back catalogue of “QPLive” on YouTube.