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Rich and pleasing

John R Hume visits a church with windows by some of Scotland’s finest stained glass artists.

THE pre-Reformation parish of Kilpatrick on the north bank of the river Clyde was a large one, with its revenues attached to the Abbey of Paisley. There was a parish church in what is now Old Kilpatrick, on the site of what is now Old Kilpatrick Bowling Parish Church. The present church there was built in 1812. The mediaeval church was dedicated to St Patrick, patron saint of Ireland, and his shrine there was a noted place of pilgrimage. It is often claimed that Patrick was born in or around Old Kilpatrick.

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