St James the Great, Crookston, Glasgow
Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: 20 Beltrees Road, Glasgow, G53 5TE
Local Authority: Glasgow
Parish established in 1949 and the present building by Alexander McAnally was opened in 1968. The external walls are of pink Accrington brick with stone dressings and a stone façade. Inside the walls are of cream brick and the ceiling is of cedarwood. Wrought-iron work by Thomas Bogie and Sons of Edinburgh. The circular nave can seat 544. The high altar is of various marbles.
Saturday 9.45am, Vigil 5.30pm; Sunday 11.00am, daily Mass 9.45am
Open daily from 8.00am-11.00am, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 8.00am-8.00pm
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