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Welcome to the Official Site of Paisley Abbey

From its foundation in 1163 to the present day - worship in Paisley Abbey has been offered to God and hospitality extended to all pilgrims and visitors.
 
 
Paisley Abbey has as its core aims:
  • To offer worship to God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • To welcome in Christ's name all who visit the Abbey for whatever reason.
  • To witness to the love of God within the community of Paisley.   
Paisley Abbey is a parish church of the Church of Scotland and the 'mother church' of Paisley.
 

 

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 Sunday Services, albeit it with limited numbers allowed, 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.

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. 

 

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Sunday 20 June 

Third Sunday after Trinity

Morning Service at 11 am

  

To book a place at the service, please phone the

Abbey office on 0141 889 7654 and leave a

message or email info@paisleyabbey.org.uk

by 2 pm the preceding Thursday.


Face coverings must be worn unless exempt.

Social distancing must be observed.

 

 

The Abbey shop

will be open after the Morning Service

with social distancing in place.


The Abbey remains closed during the week for

visitors and the Shop & Cafe

will remain closed for now.


 

 

 

 

    

 

Paisley Abbey Ministry Vacancy


The vacancy has arisen following the retiral of our previous minister who has led us for over 32 years.  We have been given permission by Clyde Presbytery to call a new minister on unrestricted tenure.

We are looking for a Minister who will lead us into the future in our new environment whilst respecting our history and musical tradition. The Abbey is a community-based church at the heart of Paisley.  The Abbey Minister plays an important and active role in civic events such as Armed Forces Day, Royal Visits, Kirking of the Council and other special services.

If you feel this role would be of intertest to you, please click the link below, where a copy of the Parish Profile, with relevant contact details, can be found.

 
                Paisley Abbey Parish Profile

 The_Paisley_Abbey_Church_Profile.pdf


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June Edition of Abbey Herald 

 

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The Talk it Over Group has been cancelled until 

further notice, please check their

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There are over 2,700 retailers registered with easyfundraising.org.uk, including Amazon, John Lewis, M&S, Hotel Chocolat, Thorntons, Haven, Homebase and B&Q, who will all make a donation when you make a purchase. 

Just visit 

http://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/paisleyabbey 

and follow the simple steps to sign up. Easy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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.

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