St John's Church, Hamilton

St John's Church, Hamilton

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Duke Street, Hamilton, ML3 7DT
Local Authority: South Lanarkshire
Listing: C

Church Overview

Idiosyncratic classical building (originally a chapel of ease) 1835. The interior was renovated in 1973 and a major refurbishment including the roof was done in 2013. The St John’s Centre was built in 1970 adding to the existing halls which incorporate the former St John’s Grammar School of 1837 and the Centenary Hall of 1934. the halls were refurbished and extended in 2000 and further reovations carried out in 2010 and 2013 .Two works in stained glass by Susan Bradbury feature in the St John’s Centre: in the chapel (‘Wings’) and in the coffee room (‘Giving and Receiving’).


Sundays: 10.45am and 6.30pm (summer 10.00am and 9.00pm)

Opening Arrangements

St John’s Chapel and Centre open Monday to Saturday 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

Image Gallery

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St John's Church, Hamilton


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