Situated in a commanding position, this iconic building, a ‘classic of the Romanesque Revival’, was designed by Dr Peter MacGregor Chalmers and built in stages between 1908 and 1935. A Romanesque-style basilica church with a double apse. The double apses, depicting Christ in Glory and the Descent of the Holy Spirit, are in fine and colourful mosaic. Stained glass includes three modern windows by John Clark which, with the attractive oak pulpit, choir stalls and organ casing, enhance the ambience and warmth of this beautiful and welcoming building.
Sunday: Said Eucharist 9.00am, Sung Eucharist 10.30am, Evensong as announced; Tuesday: Said Eucharist 10.00am
Office open from 9.30 am until 1.30 pm Mon – Fri
St Margaret's Scottish Episcopal Church, Newlands, Glasgow
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