Mossvale Community Church

60 Greenock Road, Paisley, PA3 2LE
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04 September 2021

4 September 2021 (6pm-8:30pm) Renfrewshire There has been a place of worship
called "Mossvale" in the north of Paisley since 1877. Designed by Robert
Baldie in a Gothic style, the church on Greenock Road opened in 1884. It has
been home to the current congregation since 1974 and now includes a Hall
(1968) Community Café (2015), and in the grounds the Tree of Hope (2021).
Enjoy a tour of the church building and gardens. No booking required, 100+
tour spaces available. Craft activities will be available for children. Tree
of Hope lighting celebration 8:00pm-8:30pm. After so many losses in 2020 –
loss of life, cancellation of events and celebrations, Mossvale wanted to
create a beacon of hope that could be seen and appreciated by everyone living
or passing through the North of Paisley. Our beautiful plum tree has been
repurposed as a Tree of Hope. This sculpture of nature and light combined will
change in appearance through the seasons, with springtime blossoms, leaves and
fruit, through to winter again, providing a comforting radiant glow. The tree
will remind us that during dark or stormy times there is light, and there is
hope. Facilities Disabled Access WC Refreshments Parking
Key Information

60 Greenock Road, Paisley, PA3 2LE

55.8550633, -4.4350439