Williamwood Parish Church

Williamwood Parish Church

About Williamwood Parish Church

4 Vardar Avenue, Clarkston G76 7QP
01416382091
Williamwood Parish Church Website

Williamwood Parish Church, situated at the junction of Seres Road and Vardar Avenue, Clarkston, Glasgow. The history of Williamwood Church stretches back to 26th December 1936 when the Foundation Stone was in position and well and truly laid.

Minister - Rev. Iain M A Reid, BD

Services are held at 11am every Sunday. Communion is held on the second Sundays on March, June and September at 11am and 6.30pm, with an informal Communion on the Second Sunday of every month at 6.30pm.

There is wheelchair access to the Church and halls, with the Church and the large hall having facilities for the hard of hearing.

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