Netherlee Parish Church, Glasgow

Netherlee & Stamperland Parish Church, Glasgow

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: 130 Ormonde Avenue, Glasgow, G44 3SL
Local Authority: East Renfrewshire
Listing: B
Church Website

Church Overview

Built in neo-Gothic style of red Dumfriesshire sandstone by Stewart & Paterson 1934. Oak panelling and furnishings beautifully carved. Lovely stained glass by Herbert Hendrie (including chancel window of 1935), Gordon Webster, William Wilson and Sadie McLellan.

In 2020, following the closure and sale of the nearby Stamperland Parish Church, the church was renamed to as the two congregations formed a new union. 


Sundays: September to May, 10.30am; June to August 9.30am

Wednesdays: September to June, 10.00am

Opening Arrangements

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Netherlee Parish Church, Glasgow


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