Red brick with stone facings, Romanesque in style by Hutton & Taylor, 1932. An innovation in church design specially evolved through architectural competition promoted by the Presbytery of Glasgow. Notable collection of stained glass windows by Sadie McLellan, Gordon Webster, Douglas Hamilton, Eilidh Keith and others. Set in a pleasant small garden. Floodlit as part of ‘City of Light’ project.
By rail to King’s Park or Croftfoot Stations, ten minute walk. First Bus no. 7 to Castlemilk Road at Kingsbridge Drive or Bus no. 75 to Menock Road at Castlemilk Road and cross under railway bridge to King’s Park Avenue, cross over and continue along Castlemilk Road to church at foot of hill, seven minute walk.
11.00am every Sunday
6.30pm evening service 2nd Sunday of the month except July and August
9.45am early morning service on 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays except July and August.
Open Monday to Friday 9.30am-12.00 noon all year except public holidays. Also open Monday to Friday 7.00-9.00pm from September to May. Tours by arrangement. Church office 0141 636 8688
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