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Gartcosh Parish Church

Door open days

21 September 2019 (12 pm to 3 pm)

22 September 2019 (10:15 am to 2 pm)

North Lanarkshire

Gartcosh Church was the first new church opened after the reunion in 1929 of the Established Church and the (majority of the) United Free Church of Scotland.  The design of the Church is of Norman character and is constructed of white freestone from Earnock Quarry.  It is also said to be the first Church of Scotland hall/church with movable seats and where the sanctuary can be cleared to allow the church to be used for other events if required.  The two stained glass windows are early works by Gordon Webster.

A volunteer led welcome with local Church history displays, tours of church and hall will be available. 

Sunday Service at 10:15am to 11:15am, all welcome. Teas and Coffees will also be available.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities

Key Information

Architect: Messrs A Gardner and Gardner McLean

Building Date: 1929

A volunteer led welcome with local Church history displays, tours of church and hall will be available.  Sunday Service at 10:15am to 11:15am, all welcome. Teas and Coffees will also be available.

Where to find us

Address
  • Lochend Road
  • Gartcosh
  • G69 8AQ