Langside Parish Church, Finn's Place
167 Ledard Rd, Glasgow G42 9QU
Langside Parish Church, also known as Finn’s Place, is a modern multi-purpose community building. With stained glass and modern artwork, the church offers a variety of spaces for quiet reflection or raucous gatherings. A double-sided Celtic Cross by Pauline Beck stands at the entrance, Stuart Duffin’s Last Supper is the focus of the sanctuary and an inlaid labyrinth offers a meditative walking path. The stained glass by Adam & Webster is from the original building. Working with Langside Community Heritage and Newlands South Parish Church we will be bringing to life the names of the dead recorded on the war memorial, exploring the untold stories of life in Langside and Newlands at the end of WW2.
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Untold Stories of WW2
This past year folk from Langside Church, Newlands South Church, Finn's PLace and Langside Community Heritage have been working together researching the names recorded on the war memorials in both churches from WW2. In this session we would like to share with you how we went about this task, what we discovered and what our future plans are for this project.
Do you have any stories from your family of WW2? Do you have any artifacts or memorabilia from the period that you would like to share? Join us for a conversation on the untold stories of Battlefield and Newlands.