Who we are:
Neilston Parish Church is part of the Church of Scotland and serves the village of Neilston. We are an open and welcoming congregation who believe in the Action of God through communities of faith. All are welcome to join us at any of our services.
Neilston Parish Church has been a worshipping community and ministry since 1589 and has served the people of Neilston far longer. For more information about the history of the church check out our history page.
Currently we worship together on Sundays at 11:00 in our church building and you can find more information in the various sections of this website.
We have a lot going on with lots of groups and activities for children and families.
Our current minister is Rev Matthew Ritchie who has been our minister since December 2020. You can contact him Here.
We are a part of the church of Scotland and more about what that means can be found here.
Where we are:
Neilston Parish Church sits at the crossroads of Main Street, HIgh Street and Broadlie Road, Neilston in the local authority area of East Renfrewshire.
If you are travelling up from Barrhead it is on your right-hand side.
Car parking is available on High Street, but is very limited on Broadlie Road.
Accessible entrance to the church is by the path on the left-hand side.
Neilston is served by a local train station and bus services.
Our halls sit on High Street, just a few minutes walk away from the church.