St Cuthbert's, Cambuslang
Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: 3 Brownside Road, Cambuslang, G72 8NL
Local Authority: South Lanarkshire
Towards the end of the 19th century Cambuslang became an increasingly residential area and the need arose for an Episcopal church. In 1899, Bishop W T Harrison opened a hall on Bushley Hill for worship dedicated to St Cuthbert. Subsequently, the Duke of Hamilton offered land and the present church was dedicated in 1909, the architect being W D Walton of Glasgow.
Sunday 9.30am (Sung Eucharist), Wednesday 10.00am (Said Eucharist)
Open every morning during term-time
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