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 History of the church ........
 
 

HALLSIDE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Old photograph of the church before the hall was built.

 

See photo taken 12 July 1960 showing a close up of these houses in Hamilton Road


 

The Cambuslang 'Wark'

Rutherglen Reformer digital reporter, Richard Mooney, takes you back 260 years to a time when Cambuslang was one of many towns that experienced a religious revival during the the 1740s.


St Cadoc is believed to have had a holy site at the ground at Kirkhill Church in Cairns Road now called Cambuslang Parish Church ad c.550, and early buildings have been recorded from 12th century.
The present building is by David Cousin 1841. Steeple with clock and bell. The chancel is by P MacGregor Chalmers 1922. Stained glass and tapestries by Sadie McLellan 1957.
Millennium wall-hanging in vestibule 2001. Heraldic shields of heritors decorate the ceiling.
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nteresting gravestones in churchyard including one to Rev William McCulloch, Minister at Scotlands largest ever revival
The Cambuslang 'Wark' in 1742.

 

Old Cambuslang

See Eddie Boyles website Views of old Cambuslang


 

   

   

Halfway to Heaven Church website

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