Designed by Glasgow Architects, Gillespie, Kidd & Coia, and opened in 1965. Features a dramatic tapering and sloping copper-clad roof with deep eaves. Inside there is outstanding brickwork and a high wooden ceiling with pierced wooden design on the western elevation allowing in minimal light filtered through hidden coloured glass portals. Imposing altar.
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