Kilbowie St Andrew's Parish Church, Clydebank
Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Kilbowie Road, Clydebank, G81 1TH
Local Authority: West Dunbartonshire
For the congregation founded as St John’s on the hill 1897, the present church was built in 1904 on land gifted by William Black of Auchentoshen. In simple Perpendicular style, a low cruciform church of red sandstone. Battlemented belfry added 1933. Recent refurbishment. Memorial side chapel with tapestry and stained glass window by Eilidh Keith 1997, dedicated to the victims of the Clydebank Blitz. The bell 1933 is one of few remaining in this former industrial community of Scotland.
Sunday Service either 10.00 am or 11.30 am, alternating with Radnor Park Church
Open by arrangement
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