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St Augustine's Episcopal Church

Door open days

14 September 2019 (10.00-16.00)

West Dunbartonshire

Dumbarton. How to get there : High Street, corner Church Street.

Dedicated to St Augustine of Hippo. 1871-73. Architect : Sir Robert Rowand Anderson. A beautiful interior with some great stained glass.

Built in 1873 to the designs of architect Sir Robert Rowand Anderson in the Gothic Revival Style. The interior is said to be among Anderson's finest. Stained glass at baptismal font is by Stephen Adam with others to designs by Carl Alnquist. The organ was designed and built for the church by Smith and Brock. Some woodcarvings such as the angels on the pews are worth a look. Total restoration of building in 2003. A parsonage and hall by A. C. Denny are now demolished, but a modern timber clad building was added.

  

Scotland's great Art Nouveau architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh married Margaret Macdonald here in 1900.

Main public parking off Risk Street behind (you can walk through from there), or off Riverside Lane adjacent the River Leven.

Facilities

Key Information

Architect: Sir Robert Rowand Anderson

Building Date: 1873

Saturday 1st September.

Look for the angels.

Where to find us

Address
  • High Street
  • Dumbarton
  • G82 1LL