Life Church is open & operating under Covid rules.
On Sundays there are 2 meetings:
11.30am Family Service
Find Life Church at:
35 Moss Street, Paisley, PA1 1DL
Next to Gilmour Street train station.
Free parking in Hunter Street.
Life Church aims to be a church for all of life.
We want to worship God, follow the way of Jesus & share His stunning vision for Paisley & the world with everyone, along with like-minded people everywhere. You will find us in the heart of Paisley, just off the High Street and round the corner from Gilmour Street station and County Square. Our address is 35 Moss Street, Paisley, PA1 1DL. You can find a map on the Contact Us page.
The church is currently operating under Covid regulations. We have two meetings on Sundays, one at 10am and one at 11.30am Have a look round the site, explore what we do & use the contact tab for more information. Check the news page and follow the Facebook link to discover what's going on this week.
If you have symptoms of Covid-19 or are quarantined, you must not attend until you have completed your isolation period.
If you are shielding you should not attend until the shielding restrictions are lifted.
If you plan to attend Life Church, please be prepared to observe the protocols below:
Register to attend using the Contact Us section of the website.
On arrival , sign in to comply with Test and Protect.
Wash hands & use the hand-sanitiser stations available.
Follow the one-way system; enter through café, exit to Hunter Street.
Maintain social distancing.
Comply with the seating areas set out in congregational areas.
No Bibles or leaflets will be available on site.
Face-masks are compulsory.
Toilet system is one-in-one out with socially distanced queuing.
Leave building promptly at end, taking rubbish used PPE with you.
Life Church Paisley
© 2015 Life Church is a registered Scottish Charity, number SCO10956
Life Church is a worshipping, discipling, misssional faith community which belongs to the 2gether network of churches working together in Renfrewshire, & to a nation-wide fellowship of churches called AoG (Assemblies of God).