Holytown Parish Church

Holytown Parish Church

Denomination: Church of Scotland
OS Reference: NS772608
Address: 260 Edinburgh Road , Motherwell , ML1 5RU
Local Authority: North Lanarkshire

Church Overview

THolytown Parish Church was built between 1836 and 1837: architect Robert Turner.  First service was in October 1837.  Church was built to serve the eastern half of Bothwell Parish.  In 1862 it became a quoad sacra church.  Between 1912 and 1914 a chancel was added.  In 1950 a pipe organ, previously in Auchingramont North Church, was installed and dedicated. Memorial stained glass windows, designed by G Maille & Son Ltd, London and an oak panel with the words “nec tamen consumebatur” were installed in 1953.


Sunday 10.00 am

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf   Disabled WC

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Holytown Parish Church

Holytown Parish Church


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