Modern 1960s style flat roof building, foundation stone laid 19/11/1961. Dedication service 6/6/1968. Architects Miller & Black, who incorporated as much as possible from the demolished All Hallows church, constructed Archibald campbell, 1st Baron Blythswood. It was consecrated on 6/6/1904 and the architect was Sir Robert Rowland Anderson. All the stain glass windows in the current church were transferred from All Hallows, along with Communion table, pulpit, lectern, organ, pews and some panels etc. The current church had a sloping roof fitted during course of 1990s.
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