St Mary's Parish Church, Motherwell

St Mary's Parish Church, Motherwell

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: 76 Avon Street, Motherwell, ML1 3AB
Local Authority: North Lanarkshire


Church Overview

St Mary’s was designed in 1914 by Peter MacGregor Chalmers in Romanesque style. The cruciform church was built of honey-coloured Auchenheath sandstone. Three stained glass windows, 1923, commemorate the founding minister; three, by Gordon Webster, 1968, depict Christ the Carpenter, four saints, and tell the story of the church. Allen Q-345 organ, 2007.


Sunday: 11.00 am

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf   Disabled WC

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St Mary's Parish Church, Motherwell


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