Radnor Park Parish Church, Clydebank

Radnor Park Parish Church, Clydebank

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Spencer Street , Clydebank , G81 3AS
Local Authority: West Dunbartonshire

Church Overview

The present Radnor Park Parish Church was built in 1969-70 to replace an earlier church destroyed by fire. The church was designed by architects King, Main & Ellison. Described in ‘Buildings of Scotland’ as “plain yet elegant”. Walls of buff brick carry an inverted pitched roof.

The spacious interior is of brick beneath a pine-boarded ceiling. The octagonal pulpit and communion table were designed by the architects.


Sunday Service either 10.00 am or 11.30 am, alternating with Kilbowie St Andrew’s

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

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Radnor Park Parish Church, Clydebank


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