Wallneuk North Church, Paisley

Wallneuk North Church, Paisley

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Abercorn Street , Paisley , PA3 4AB
Local Authority: Renfrewshire
Listing: B


Church Overview

According to tradition the land on which Wallneuk North Church is built was the neuk (corner) of the walled garden of Abbot of Paisley. The church was built 1915 for the United Free Church of Scotland. It was designed in Arts & Crafts Perpendicular Gothic by Architect T G Abercrombie. The church has a tall nave and tower in red sandstone; large traceried window to west front.

Pipe organ by Abbott & Smith of Leeds 1931, dedicated to Peter Coats, donor of this church. Its fine oak case was carved and built by Wylie & Lochhead, Glasgow. The church contains memorials to those killed in action during World War I and World War II with connections in Wallneuk and the North Church.


Sunday: 11.30 am;

Wednesday: 12.30pm September-March

Opening Arrangements

1st Sat of month March-Dec 10am – 12noon, Wednesday Sept-April 12 noon – 2 pm, or by arrangement

Guide book available Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf Welcomers and guides on duty by arrangement.  Disabled WC refreshments

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Wallneuk North Church, Paisley


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