St Bride's is widely regarded as one of the finest pieces of post war ecclesiastical architecture in Scotland.
Within the sanctuary steel girders were used in the construction, representative of the fact many members worked in the steel works once prevalent in Lanarkshire. We began as a hall church, with a stage at one end and the chancel at the other, with seats being turned around accordingly. Now we are fortunate to have a suite of halls which are well used by church and community organisations. We have plans to further improve our building to provide a lasting legacy for the future.