Bruce has been minister at Jordanhill Parish Church since 2015.
He was ordained in 2009 after studying Divinity at Glasgow University, and was
minister in Overtown Parish Church in Wishaw before being called to Jordanhill.
He is a native of Glasgow, albeit from the southside! and enjoys being minister at in Jordanhill. Bruce has a leading role with the congregation along with the elders. He is also chaplain to Jordanhill School, a role that he says he enjoys immensely.
Bruce can be contacted through the church office: 0141-959-2496
or at the manse 0141-959-1310. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Session Clerk – Thomas W Gemmill
Tommy has a long association with Jordanhill Parish Church and is actively involved in the running of the church. Tommy can be contacted through the Church Office.
Director Of Music and Church Organist – Tiffany Vong
Tiffany Vong is Organist and Director of Music in Jordanhill Parish Church. She leads and directs the musical life of the congregation through encouraging a broad repertoire in Sunday worship and leading the church choirs. Jordanhill Parish Church has three choirs, Sunday Church, Community, and Liturgical. Tiffany would be delighted to hear of anyone who would like to join one of them.
Tiffany studied at Oxford, The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and the University of Glasgow. She accompanies several choirs, teaches the piano, organ, and harpsichord, and is a Visiting Piano Teacher and Choral Music Assistant at St Aloysius’ College, Glasgow, where she coaches choristers and directs the Schola Nova. More can be found here.
The church administrator is the friendly voice on the end of the phone and the welcome smile in the church office. Catriona helps to organise the running of the church and halls, and can be contacted on 0141-959-2496, email: email@example.com
Phindu joined the team as Church Officer in July 2022 and helps keep the building safe, secure and is often the friendly face that opens the door on a Monday or Tuesday evening in the halls. On Sunday’s Phindu opens and closes the building and helps to ensure that our worship and congregational life goes smoothly.