Who We Are
Changing Lives – changing communities
Pastor & Team Leader
Don is originally from Belfast, N. Ireland but has been involved in Christian ministry in Edinburgh, York and Toronto previous to Glasgow.
He completed his B.Th and M.Div in Theology during two spells in Canada and so far he has had one book published: The Kingdom of God (Evangelical Press).
Apart from his family, his other passions are football and American football (though only as a spectator these days); he's an avid reader (mainly theology & history), loves watching movies (especially historical epics) and listening to classic rock music.
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What We Believe
Statement of Faith
1 One God
2 Jesus Christ
…that he came into our world as the promised Saviour and King of Israel
…that he was conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit and was born of the Virgin Mary
…that he lived a life of perfect obedience to God and love towards others
…that he suffered and died on the cross for the sins of all humanity
…that he was buried, and descended into the place of the dead, but on the third day he rose again – having conquered death, sin and all the powers of evil
…that he ascended into heaven and sat down at the right hand of God his Father, at the place of all authority, where he prays for and represents us before God
…that he has established his Kingdom on earth and will come again to fully consummate this Kingdom and to judge all who are alive as well as those who have died
3 Holy spirit
…who proceeds from the Father and the Son,
…who is given freely to all who believe in Jesus Christ,
…who enables and equips us fully for life and service
4 The Church
…in the gift of the forgiveness of sins,
…in the promise of the resurrection of the body,
…in the gift and promise of eternal life
5 The Bible
Mary Brown Memorial Trust
For over 50 years, Mrs Mary Brown was a member of Auldhouse Community Church (formerly known as Netherauldhouse Evangelical Church).She was a lady of great Christian faith, passionate for Christian endeavour and relief of all those who are disadvantaged (whether in the United Kingdom or elsewhere in the world).
On her death in November 2017 (aged 94) Mrs Brown bequeathed a very significant sum to the Church for the support of other Charities. The Mary Brown Memorial Trust was established as a separate Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) in July 2018.
The Trust aims to support charities who have a key focus on one or more of our charitable purposes - in particular, we wish to fund projects which are compatible with Christian values and which focus on working with those who are disadvantaged.
Please contact the Trust if you’d like more information on the funding criteria or some clarity on how to apply.