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11 September 2021 (10.30am until 1.00pm)
The land on which the church stands was sold in 1894 by Sir John Pender GCMG. of Middleton Hall to Broxburn Free Church to build a Mission Hall in Uphall. By 1926 the congregation had outgrown the existing premises and the present day building was erected in front of the old one which became the church hall. In 1929 the nationwide union of the United Free Church and the Church of Scotland led to the church becoming Uphall South Parish Church.
In addition to in-person visits, a virtual tour will be available over the weekend of 11/12 September 2021. Further details to follow.
Click on the link which will take you to a website that includes a slide show with images of old Uphall, the history of the Church and a virtual tour of Uphall South.Go on a virtual guided tour!
Welcome to Uphall South Parish Church. This virtual tour of the building’s history and interiors has been created as part of Doors Open Days event 2021. We hope you enjoy it.Go on a virtual guided tour!
Architect: James Graham Fairley, Edinburgh (Mission Hall 1894); Robert Miller, Miller & Black, Glasgow (present Church 1926)
Building Date: 1894 and 1926
Pre-booking not required