Argyll and Bute, Scotland
See Introduction and Legend for intro and key to abbreviations. D.V., this list will eventually contain Exclusive assemblies as well, and is sorted geographically by present council area. Return to Index?
- 1 Central
- 2 East
- 3 North
- 4 South
- 5 Sources
Loch Gilp & Crinan Canal
- f. 1929 after mission; disc. 1978.
- Shiloh Hall.
Isle of Bute
- 1. West End Hall: f. by 1880; disc. 1970s.
- Masonic Hall; 1880, New Public Halls, East Princes St; by 1897, Gospel Hall, 9 Victoria St.; 1910, Hall 101 High St.; 1917, Bridgend Church Hall, 4a Bridgend St.; 1923, West End Hall, 1 Bridge St.
- 2. Ebenezer Hall: f. 1961, fr. West End Hall.
- 1961, Unionist Rooms, 101 High St; Ebenezer Hall, 7/8 King St.
- 1. F. 1882; disc. 1971.
- By 1897, Lesser Public Hall; by 1904, St George’s Hall, New Post Office Buildings; 1907, Lesser Burgh Buildings; 1918, Argyllshire Hall, Hillfoot St; 1926, Comrades Hall, Victoria Rd; 1932, Masonic Hall, Argyle St.
- 2. Park Hall: f. 1972.
- 1972, Park Hall Park Rd., Kirn.
- f. by 1887; disc. after 1922. By 1887, Cremona Room; by 1897, Club Hall.
- reference to Ardenadon
- fl. 1904.
Helensburgh & Lomond
- 1847–69, evolved fr. Scotch Baptists.
- 1847, Eastburn Chapel; by 1880, Hall, 28 Colquhoun Sq.; by 1897, 47 East King St.; 1902, Eastburn Hall, 25 East King St.; 1924, summer in Temperance Hall, West Princes St, winter in Eastburn Gospel Hall; 1938, Bethesda Hall, 30 Colqhuoun St.
- 1. Fl. 1884–1916. In 1897, A M Riddle, 4 Strathaven Terr.; 1913, Unionist Club, Stevenson St.
- 2. Fl. 1922–38 (summer only). 1927, Burnside Cottages, summer only; Sorba Rd; by 1938, Masonic Hall. Albany St.
- 3. F. 1941, by B.m.; during 1945–7, summer only; disc. 1989. 1941, Railwayman's Hall, Shore St; 1945, Masonic Hall, Albany St; 1954, Gospel Hall, Market St.
- 4. Gospel Hall: f. 1948; disc. 1984. 1948, Masonic Hall, Albany St; 1954, Gospel Hall, Market St.
- 1. Fl. 1904,
- 2. Springbank E.C: f. 1919 by B.m.
- 1919, Shore Street Hall; 1928, Springbank Gospel Hall (by 1990, Springbank E.C.), Longrow.
- fl. 1925; f. 1925, after mission.
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- Scottish Open Brethren Assemblies 1838-2000 by Neil Dickson
- As of May 5, 2020, Neil Dickson has given written permission for this history of Open Brethren assemblies to be shared online at discretion. There is every intent to rework this geographically in different formats with expansion as time and resources permit.