Church name

Bridgeton, St. Francis-in-the-East

Denomination:   Church of Scotland
Address:   26 Queen Mary Street, Glasgow
Local Authority:   Glasgow City Council
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Church Overview

Built in 1873, sandstone exterior, slate roof, bell tower. Floor of sanctuary raised to height of balcony 1930 to provide ground floor halls. 2 Murals “St. Francis” by Pritchard, Glasgow School of Art Principal (1955) and “The life of Christ in Bridgeton” by Alisdair Gray and Alastair Hood.

Services

Sundays: 11.00am and occasionally at 6pm.

Opening Arrangements

Access by arrangement

 

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf  toilets available Disabled WC

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