St Andrew's, Uddingston

St Andrew's, Uddingston

Denomination: Scottish Episcopal
Address: 4 Bothwell Road, Uddingston, G71 7ET
Local Authority: South Lanarkshire

Church Overview

Built 1890, architect Miles Septimus Gibson, the foundation stone laid by Lady Mary Alice Douglas Home, aunt of the later Prime Minister Sir Alec Douglas Home. After a fire in 1993 the chancel was restored by Alex Braidwood of Blantyre.

Stained glass by J T & C E Stewart of Glasgow and Peter Berry of Malmesbury. The Blackett & Howden pipe organ, damaged in the fire, has been partially restored and has been granted a Class 2 Grade as an Historic Organ. Painting of Bothwell Castle by architect and local historian J Jeffrey Waddell.


Sunday: 11.15am

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St Andrew's, Uddingston


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