Paterson Church, Stonehouse
Address: Lawrie Street, Stonehouse, ML9 3LN
Local Authority: South Lanarkshire
The current building, named for the Rev Henry Angus Paterson who ministered to the congregation for over 60 years, dates from 1879. Designed by Shiells & Thomson, it is a Gothic-style church with a square corner tower and a rose window above the door. Remained a United Free Church at the Union of 1929. Refurbished following a fire in 1977. Fine collection of stained glass windows by Crear McCartney.
Open Tuesday mid-June to end of August 10.00am-11.30 am (coffee mornings)
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