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Knightswood St. Margaret’s Parish Church

Built 1932
2000 Great Western Road
G13 2HA

Do come and visit this well kept architectural secret dating from 1932, reputedly the last stone-built Church of Scotland building. This lofty Category B listed Church, designed by the well known architect Sir Robert Lorimer, dominates Knightswood Cross and with its beautiful stained glass windows and intricate wood carvings has the appearance inside of a mini-cathedral. It also houses a gem, namely the 155 year old Father Willis 2 manual Pipe Organ. We hope you will visit our Church at the Glasgow Doors Open Day Event 2021 so that we can welcome you in person.

Tel: 07799384852

Other Information


Nearest Train and/or Subway: Anniesland Railway Station
Parking: On street parking available free of charge


Physical Access to Building: Limited Access (only part of the building is fully accessible (e.g. ground floor is wheelchair accessible but other areas are only accessible via stairs – please explain below)
Further details: The ground floor of St. Margaret’s Church is fully wheelchair accessible but the organ loft is only accessible via stairs.
Facilities: Seating, Toilet, Wheelchair Accessible Toilet, Refreshments, Hearing Loop, Information available in large-print


Organisation Information:

Knightswood St. Margaret’s Parish Church belongs to the Church of Scotland and is one of the churches in the Glasgow Presbytery.

Visit This Building

Open Saturday @ 10am till 4pm; Sunday @ 1pm till 4pm – No booking necessary

Tours as requested on Saturday and Sunday

Tour duration: 15 minutes