Barrhead St Andrew's
Address: Ralston Road, Barrhead, G78 2QQ
Local Authority: East Renfrewshire
Built 1967 to replace the 1796 ‘whitewashed kirk’. Designed by Honeyman, Jack and Robertson of Glasgow. High roof and long aisles. The open pews, constructed from the same light hardwood (ramin) as the cross, font, lectern and choirstalls, create an understated unity. Stained glass by Gordon Webster in the style ‘Dalles de Verre’. The grounds, laid out by Bessie McWhirter, are open to all. In 2013, the congregation of Arthurlie Church united with that of South & Levern Church to form St Andrew’s, Barrhead.
Sundays: 9.30am and 11.00am; Wednesday 10.45am (Informal Worship Service lasting 30 min).
Open by arrangement
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