Many of Toryglen Parish Church’s fittings and fixtures were donated by people and groups. Contact us for any donation.
The stained glass window, behind the Pulpit was given
by the architect who designed the Church building.
The small stained glass panel above the Session room door was made and donated to the Church by a local artist, to mark our 50th Anniversary.
The blue cushioned chairs were bought and paid for by the Congregation to mark the Millennium. Some of the chairs have small plaques on them in memory of loved ones and past members.
The wooden Minister’s chair was donated by the Charnley family, and dedicated to Eddie Charnley, a former B.B Captain.
The Bible which is carried in every Sunday was a present from the 149 Girl Guide Co. The cloth Bible markers and the white Pulpit Fall were from the 149 Brownies. The white Lectern Fall was a parting gift from former Organist, Mr Bullions and his wife. The blue Pulpit Fall and blue Lectern Fall were bought with the Sunday morning tea money. The wooden Cross in the Choir area was made for the Hut Hall by former Session Clerk, Bob King. The Cross with the Lord’s Prayer on it in the G. P. Room was a present to the Sunday School from a former Reader, Joan Kilpatrick. She brought it back from a holiday in the Holy Land. The Pottery Communion Cup on the Chancel Communion Table was purchased in Iona by members of Toryglen Church and St. Brigids RC Church to commemorate a joint weekend spent there by members of both Churches.