PLEASE SUPPORT PAISLEY ABBEY
THROUGH THE PRESENT PANDEMIC
AND MAKE A DONATION TODAY
Paisley Abbey continues to serve the people of Paisley and beyond through offering daily prayers and worship on our Website, Facebook page and YouTube channel and through caring for those in need of pastoral support. However, there is now no income from the hire of our buildings for events, concerts and meetings, no income from the gift shop and coffee shop, no donations from visitors and at services.
The Church of Scotland has set up a way in which donations can be made either to the general funds of the Church, which have also been severely impacted by Coronavirus, or to an individual congregation such as Paisley Abbey. Simply click on the 'Donate' link below, scroll down the page, fill in ‘Gift Aid’ details if appropriate, and then, donate. THANK YOU.
The Abbey Church will be open for
private prayer and the Abbey Gift Shop
will be open
on Wednesdays and Fridays
1pm - 3.30pm.
The Abbey Coffee Shop
remains closed for the time being.
10.30am and 12.30pm
The total number of people allowed to attend a service under Scottish Government and Church of Scotland regulations is 50. As this number includes the Minister, others involved in leading worship and the Duty Team, the number of places for members of the congregation is restricted to 40. Accordingly, if you wish to attend either of the services, please email or phone the Church Manager, Linda Barrett, by 4pm on the preceding Thursday. (email@example.com : tel 0141 889 7654) Due to ongoing restrictions, services will be different in many ways, but the essential element of offering worship to God will be the same as always.
All attending should enter through the Cloisters and follow the one-way route into the Abbey. On entry, please make sure that we have a note of your name and phone number for NHS Track and Trace. You should clean your hands with the hand sanitiser and an elder will direct you to available seats. Please wear a face covering (unless you are exempt). Toilets will be available for emergency use only. Please refrain from touching surfaces other than your seat/space in a pew and remember to maintain social distancing. As pew cushions will be removed, you may wish to bring your own cushion. There will be no choral or congregational singing but we will have a cantor. Said responses and prayers should be spoken quietly for you and God to hear. At the end please wait for directions for leaving from a member of the duty team.
Please remember to email or phone
the Church Manager, Linda Barrett,
by 4pm on Thursday
(firstname.lastname@example.org : tel 0141 889 7654)
if you plan to attend either of the services on Sunday.
Paisley Abbey Parish Profile
The next collection for Renfrewshire Food Bank will
be on Sunday 25 October.
shortages this month are tinned potatoes, jam,
toiletries & household cleaning products.
Thank you for your support.
October Edition of Abbey Herald
NOW ON LINE : CLICK Abbey Herald
The Talk it Over Group has been cancelled until
further notice, please check their
Facebook page for updates.
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The Fourth Cloister
Paisley Abbey is aiming to create an inspirational space that is open and welcoming to all the people of Paisley. Acting as a catalyst for the regeneration of Paisley, it is a hugely ambitious effort to restore the Abbey to its 15th century footprint and to expand the facilities available for community use.