St Mary's in the Community of Port Glasgow

Jesus said He had come that His followers might have life and have it more abundantly (Jn. 10:10); He also said His followers were to be light and salt and yeast in their communities and world (Mtt. 5:15,16). We believe this and express it in a variety of ways.


Inverclyde Women's Refuge

St Mary’s has been supporting this vital work for abused women and their children for many years. The Refuge take women and their children not only from West Scotland but from the length and breadth of the UK.
Many of St Mary’s congregation bring an item of food each week for the Refuge, but also respond to special needs like children's and baby clothing and gifts at Christmas time. 

You can find out more about the Inverclyde Womens Refuge.

The Leprosy Mission, Scotland

The Leprosy Mission Scotland (TLMS) is one of the oldest leprosy organisations in the world.  With its many partners across the globe it brings treatment and rehabilitation to hundreds of thousands of leprosy victims. St Mary’s have been supporting TLMS for over 3 years. Here you can link with The Leprosy Mission Scotland.


For many years, St Mary's has supported the work of Erskine.

The facility has a great local and national reputation and we are proud to be associated with Erskine.

Zumba for Health

With heart disease rates in the West of Scotland being one of the highest in the UK, good diet and exercise are crucial in the battle against it.  St Mary’s hosts Zumba for Health for Women, younger and older, three evenings a week. For more information call, Irene McCann on 07931 504 901: Zumba with Irene McCann.