The Sanctuary of the Church
Saint Paul’s Parish, Whiteinch
St Paul’s is Parish of the Archdiocese of Glasgow A Designated Religious Charity, Number SC018140

Welcome

Saint Paul, the Apostle

A brief life

The stained glass window in our church immediately catches your eye as you enter the building. That window tells the story of the life of Saint Paul, beginning with his witnessing to the death of Saint Stephen, the first Christian Martyr, to his witnessing to Christ by his own martyrdom, beheaded in Rome. In the church there is a guide to the window directing the viewer through the story. The window is in nine vertical columns with nine horizontal panels. The middle three columns are not sectioned horizontally depicting the crucifixtion with Saint Paul himself on the left hand side of Christ holding the sword of martyrdom which is found in iconography of St. Paul. As we go through the website we shall see more of our window and the story it contains. The window was created in 1960 by Gabriel Loire of Chartres as the church was built.
The encounter on the road to Damascus

Welcome to Saint Paul’s Parish Website

Serving God and the Community of the West

End of Glasgow since 1903

It is a pleasure to welcome you to the website of Saint Paul’s Parish in the Whiteinch area of the City of Glasgow. Please have a look around and should you be in our city, please come and visit. Our church is usually open from 9 am until 6 pm seven days a week, later in light summer evenings.

This site is currently under

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Welcome

Saint Paul, the Apostle

A brief life

The stained glass window in our church immediately catches your eye as you enter the building. That window tells the story of the life of Saint Paul, beginning with his witnessing to the death of Saint Stephen, the first Christian Martyr, to his witnessing to Christ by his own martyrdom, beheaded in Rome. In the church there is a guide to the window directing the viewer through the story. The window is in nine vertical columns with nine horizontal panels. The middle three columns are not sectioned horizontally depicting the crucifixtion with Saint Paul himself on the left hand side of Christ holding the sword of martyrdom which is found in iconography of St. Paul. As we go through the website we shall see more of our window and the story it contains. The window was created in 1960 by Gabriel Loire of Chartres as the church was built.

Welcome to Saint Paul’s Parish

Website

Serving God and the Community of the

West End of Glasgow since 1903

It is a pleasure to welcome you to the website of Saint Paul’s Parish in the Whiteinch area of the City of Glasgow. Please have a look around and should you be in our city, please come and visit. Our church is usually open from 9 am until 6 pm seven days a week, later in light summer evenings.