St Charles Borromeo Oratory, North Kelvinside, Glasgow
Address: 1 Kelvinside Gardens, Glasgow, G20 6BG
Local Authority: Glasgow
Designed by Andy MacMillan and Izzy Metstein of Gillespie Kidd & Coia for a tight, steep hillside site and built 1959-60. The most notable internal feature is the facetted concrete roof. The church contains excellent sculptures by Benno Schotz: bronze altar frontal, crucifix and lampholder and twelve terracotta Stations of the Cross based on parishioners and friends of Schotz. The concrete tower acts as a spire and sits seperately to the north of the church next to the presbytery, a large red sandstone building.
Monday to Friday at 10a.m. and Mass on a Sunday at Midday.
Open 9.00-10.30am Monday to Saturday
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