Open Brethren in Scotland 1838-2000

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INTRODUCTION

Assemblies were sometimes omitted, or ones that had been discontinued were included. Some assemblies were never included in a list as an assembly can be established by a small number of individuals and many were discontinued after an existence of a few years

Address lists are lists extant for the years 1897, 1904, 1922, 1933, 1951, 1959, 1970, 1983, 1990, and 1991. Both The Witness and The Believer's Magazine printed notes on the formation, discontinuation and changed locations of assemblies. Some assemblies, however, did not report their existence or changes in their location. This lack of reporting was more marked in assemblies in areas which are geographically remote (the Highlands and Islands, the south west and the Borders) from the main areas of Brethren strength in Scotland.

DATES: When a community has had more than one assembly, then they are listed in chronological order. Where no founding date is available, the earliest date by which an assembly is known to exist is given. This date has been established either from its existence being mentioned in an obituary notice or, more usually, through its first listing in an assembly address list. When a date for discontinuation is not known, then the last date at which it was known to have existed is given. When an assembly's existence is known from a single mention in extant sources, then the assembly is noted as having flourished (florit) at that particular date. Most of these assemblies were probably short lived.

CAUSES: If the cause of formation of an assembly is known and can be reduced to one main factor, then it is given. It should be noted that the use of ‘evangelism’ implies a longer process extended over several years than ‘mission’, which is used for one single evangelistic effort.

LOCATIONS: Many assemblies shifted from one village or town to another. Assemblies are always listed under their original location with a cross reference to later locations. The sources for locations are mainly the extant assembly lists or notices of removal in a Brethren magazine. A date before an address indicates the year in which the assembly was first in that location. However, because of the frequent moves that some assemblies had (particularly the case in urban areas such as the east end of Glasgow), it is not possible to be certain that each address given in the list followed the address listed previously. When no dates are available, locations are listed in known chronological order.

ABBREVIATIONS

  • assy - assembly
  • B.m. - Brethren migration (i.e. Brethren members moving into a district)
  • c - circa (about)
  • C - century
  • disc. - discontinued
  • E.C.- Evangelical Church
  • f. - founded
  • fl - florit (flourished)
  • fr. - from
  • n.d. - no date
  • N.E.S. - Northern Evangelistic Society
  • OB - Open Brethren
  • trans. - transferred


AREAS

SHETLAND

  • Brae: see Northmavine.
  • Burra: fl. 1904. Hamnavol.
  • East Yell: f. 1946; disc. after 1959. John Tait, Aywick.
  • Lerwick:
    • 1. Ebenezer Hall: f. 1864.
      • 1864, Attic in Baker’s Close (readdressed as Mounthooly Street); by 1878, Masonic Hall; New Town Hall; 1885, Ebenezer Hall, Navy Lane
    • 2. Sound Gospel Hall: f. 1983, fr. Ebenezer Hall.
      • 1983, Shalom, Sound; 1987, Sound Gospel Hall, Oversund Rd, Sound.
  • Northmavine: f. 1906, after mission; 1976 trans. Brae.

1906, crofter's house, Mangaster; 1976, Gospel Hall, Brae.

  • Papa Stour: fl. 1884.
  • Sandwick: f. 1878, disc. after evangelism; 1980.

1879, Gospel Hall, Hoswick.

  • Scalloway: f. 1951, after evangelism.

1951, Magnus Sinclair, New Rd.; by 1983, Gospel Hall, Gibblestone Rd. Selivoe:

  • Selivoe: f. 1875, after evangelism.
    • Private house; c.1877, Gospel Hall, Ayres of Selivoe, Bridge of Walls.
  • Taing: fl. 1875.
  • Trondra: f. 1923, after mission; disc. 1983.
    • 1923, Gilbert Irvine, The Schoolhouse; 1925, Bethany Hall, by Scalloway.
  • Whiteness: f. 1876, after evangelism; disc. after 1959.
    • 1876, Gospel Hall.

ORKNEY

  • Eday: f. 1876; disc. 1974.
    • 1876, Swenstay; 1942, Crowbar; by 1951, Gospel Hall, South Pan.
  • Flotta: f. 1910; disc. c.1945.
    • 1911, Meeting House.
  • Mainland:
    • 1. Harray: f. 1868, after evangelism.
      • 1868 crofthouse; 1876, Meeting House (by 1983, Gospel Hall).
    • 2. Stromness: f. 1868, after evangelism; disc. 1989; re-formed 2004.
      • By 1876, Clark’s School; by 1922, Hall, John St.
    • 3. Evie: f. c.1868, after evangelism; disc. 1956.
      • By 1897, Meeting House, Neigley.
    • 4. Kirkwall: f. c.1873.
      • 1880, Victoria Hall, Victoria Street; 1989, Meadows Gospel Hall, Meadowbank.
  • Papa Westray:
    • 1. Fl. 1910.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1933, after evangelism.
      • William Gray, Nistaben; by 1951, Vola; by 1983, Gospel Hall, Northaven.
  • Sanday: f. 1887; disc c.1918.
    • 1887, North Myre; Southend.
  • Shapinsay: f. 1935 by B.m.; disc . 1956.
    • 1940, Mr. Scott, Cot-on-hill.
  • South Ronaldsay: f. c.1868.
    • c.1868, Sandwick Bay; by 1897, Gospel Hall, East End, Church Rd., St Margaret's Hope.
  • Westray: f. 1868, fr. Westray Baptist church.
    • c.1868, Meeting House (by 1991, Gospel Hall), Pierowall.


HIGHLANDS

  • (Sutherland, Caithness, Ross & Cromarty, Inverness-shire,
    • Argyllshire, Western Isles)
  • Ardenadon: see Sandbank.
  • Ardrishaig: f. 1929 after mission; disc. 1978.
    • Shiloh Hall.
  • Avoch: see Munlochy.
  • Beauly: f. by 1951; disc. after 1959.
    • Gospel Hall, Kilmorack.
  • Brora: fl. 1923; f. 1923 after mission.
  • Campbeltown:
    • 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.
  • Carradale: fl. 1925; f. 1925, after mission.
  • Conon: fl. 1873.
  • Culloden: see Inverness, Culloden.
  • Dingwall: f. 1907, after mission.
    • 1908, Old Post Office Buildings; by 1921, Gospel Hall, 48 High Street; 1926, Gospel Hall, Gladstone Avenue.
  • Dunoon:
    • 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.
  • Embo: fl. 1922 (f.) after mission.
  • Fort William: 1917–1920 evolved fr. Exclusive assy.
    • By 1922 Mr Challenger, Seaview Terr; 1933, Pier House, Station Sq; 1935, Cameron's Hall, West End; by 1939, Masonic Hall, High St; 1964, Bethany Gospel Hall, Tulloch Pl., Inverlochy .
  • Garelochead: fl .1904.
  • Golspie:
    • 1. Fl. 1916 (f.).
    • 2. Fl. 1923 (f. 18 Dec. 1923). D. Horne's house.
    • 3. Fl. 1951 (f.) (summer only). J.D. Ellis. Sutherland Technical School.
  • Halkirk: fl. 1874, through N.E.S.
  • Helmsdale. f. 1923, after mission; disc. c.1965. 1926, The Welcome; by 1955. George Bond. ‘Rosewood'.
  • Invergordon: f. 1920s; disc. 1930s. George Bond, 11 ‘Bella Vista’.
  • Inverness:
    • 1. Fl.1873.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1884; 1894 seceded to the Churches of God. 1884, Church St.; 1886, Temperance Hall, Castle St; 1888, Gospel Hall, High St; 1889, Gospel Hall, Castle St.
    • 3. Ebenezer Hall: f. 1911, after evangelism. 1911, Gospel Hall, 66 Church St.; 1912, Evangelistic Hall, 7 Tomnahurich St.; 1920, Ebenezer Hall, Tomnahurich St; 1937, Ebenezer Hall, Celt St.
    • 4. Culloden: f. 1980, fr. Ebenezer Hall; trans. Culloden, 1983. 1980, The Assembly, Culcabock School, Culcabock Ave; 1983, Culloden Assembly, Keppoch Rd., Culloden.
    • 5. The Holm E.C: f. 1982, fr. Ebenezer Hall; 1991, affiliated with the Baptist Union of Scotland. The Holm Evangelical Church, Torbreck Christian Centre, Torbreck
  • Kiltarlity: fl. 1911; f. 1911 after mission.
  • Kingussie: f. 1971. 1971, Ballochroan Cottage, Wewtonmore; 1972, Victoria Hall; by 1983, Gospel Hall, Spey St.
  • Mallaig: f. c.1937, by B.m; 1963. c.1937, William Simpson's house.
  • Munlochy: f. 1924 by B.m; trans. to Avoch, 1927. 1924, David Millar's house, Munlochy; 1927, Gospel Hall, Dock, Avoch; 1949, Gospel Hall, Dock, Avoch.
  • Oban:
    • 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.
  • Pitlochry:
    • 1. F. 1907; disc after 1922. 1907, Old School; by 1922, Mr. English, Donavourd Gardens.
    • 2. F. 1935; disc. 1936.; 1935, Moulin Reading Room, Moulin; 1935, East Lodge, Faskally.
  • Portmahomack: fl. 1922. John McKay, Well Cottage.
  • Sandbank: f. by 1887; disc. after 1922. By 1887, Cremona Room; by 1897, Club Hall.
  • Lewis
    • 1. Ness: f. 1894; disc. c.1920s.; 1907, Edgemoor Hall, Ness.
    • 2. Stornoway: f. c.1918. By 1922, YMCA Hut; 1941 Masonic Hall, Kenneth St; 1952, Gospel Hall, Bayhead St.
  • Nigg: f. 1916; disc. c. 1918.
  • Tain: f. by 1951; disc. 1964. By 1951, Kingsway.
  • Thurso:
    • 1. F. by 1904; after 1922 disc. By 1922, G. Robertson, Postmaster
    • 2. F. 1961 by B.m.; disc. 1966. 1961, Thurso Christian Fellowship, YMCA Hall.
  • Wick:
    • 1. F. c.1872; disc. after 1911. By 1897, New Rifle Drill Hall, Dempster St.
  • 2. F. 1923, after evangelism.
    • 1923, Lower Breadalbane Hall, Breadalbane Terr; 1925, Bethany Hall, Brown Pl.


NAIRN, MORAY & BANFFSHIRE

  • Aberlour: f. 1872, through N.E.S.; disc. 1960s. 1872, Blairsheannach Farmhouse; 1872, Public Hall, Charleston of Aberlour; by 1951, MacDonalds Hall, High St.
  • Auchengoul: f. 1890; 1910, trans. Forgue; disc. c.1959.
    • 1890, private house nr. Bridge of Marnock, Inverkeithny; 1910, Moscorrall Hall, Forgue, Aberdeenshire.
  • Banff: fl .1882
  • Buckie:
    • 1. f. by 1879.
    • 2. f. 1882.
      • 1882, James Duncan’s house; 1887, Gospel Hall, West Church St; 1922, Gospel Hall, 49 West Church St.; by 1933, Good Templars’ Hall, West Church St.; by 1951, Gospel Hall, 60 West Church St.
  • Craigellachie: f. by 1889, fr. Aberlour; c.1930, united with Aberlour.
    • The Mission Hall.
  • Cullen: f. 1902.
    • 1916, Gospel Hall, Seatown.
  • Dufftown: f. 1872, through N.E.S.; disc. 1980s.
    • By 1897, MacDuff St. Hall: by 1933. Gospel Hall, Macduff Pl.
  • Elgin: f. 1872, fr. Elgin Baptist Church.
    • By 1904, Gospel Hall, 190 Elgin St; 1924, Masonic Hall, Academy St; 1939, West End Mission Hall; 1979, Riverside ** Gospel Hall, Bridge St., Bishopmill.
  • Findhorn: fl. 1874, through N.E.S.
  • Forres: f. 1883.
    • 1894, Gospel Hall, Caroline St.
  • Gardenstown: f. 1945.
    • By 1951, Gospel Hall (by 1991, Blairmohr Gospel Hall).
  • Haugh of Glass: f. c.1872; disc. after 1904.
    • (?) Boharm; by 1897, Haugh of Glass.
  • Hopeman:
    • 1. F. 1925, after evangelism; c.1930 disc.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1951; disc. 1982.
      • 1951, Memorial Hall; 1959, Gospel Hall, Harbour St.
  • Inchberry: f. 1909; 1913 disc.
    • 1909, George Johnstone's house; 1909, Incberry Hall, Orton.
  • Keith: f. 1873, through N.E.S.; disc. c.1963.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall; by 1922, Institute Hall, Mid St.
  • Lossiemouth: f. 1902, after mission.
    • 1902, Mrs Edward's house; by 1922, Gospel Hall, James St.
  • Macduff: f. 1904, after mission.
    • By 1922, Gospel Hall, Market St.; 1927, Town Hall; 1934, Gospel Hall, Market St.
  • Nairn:
    • 1. Fl. 1872, through N.E.S.
    • 2. FI. 1894–7 by B.m.
      • J E Meiklejohn’s house, Brunswick Cottage, Lodgehill Rd.
    • 3. F. 1899 by B.m.
      • 1899, Reading Room, Town Hall, High St.; 1909, Gospel Hall, Newmarket Buildings, Gordon St.; by 1922, Crescent Road Hall.
  • Portessie: f. 1901.
    • By 1897, Mission Hall, 129 Portessie; by 1933, Mission Hall, 129 Portessie; 1961, Assembly Hall, 4 Ogilvie St.
  • Portsoy: see Sandend.
  • Rothes: f. c.1873, through N.E.S.; disc after 1933.
    • Mr Younie's house; 1874, Mason’s Hall; by 1897, Public Hall.
  • Rothiemay: fl. c.1894.
  • Sandend: f. 1894 after mission; disc. 1997.
    • By 1922, Gospel Hall, Portsoy.

ABERDEENSHIRE

  • Aberdeen:
    • 1. Bowesite assy: f. 1841, after mission; disc. c.1850.
      • 1841, Loch St; Flour-mill Lane; Long-acre, Albion Court.
    • 2. Holburn Hall: f. 1868.
      • 1868, Castlegate; 1871, Gallowgate Chapel; 1872, Gospel Hall, 4, St Paul St.; Gospel Hall, 6 St Paul St.; 1920, *** Round Room, Music Hall, Skene St.; 1928, Holburn Gospel Hall, 220 Holburn St.
    • 3. Footdee: f. 1879, fr. St Paul St; disc. 1980s.
      • 1879, Bothy, Footdee; by 1879, Walker Hall, Footdee; 1952, Footdee Gospel Hall, Pier Rd., Footdee.
    • 4. Woodside: f. c.1881, fr. St Paul St.
      • c.1881, St Catherine's Hall, Woodside; 1903, Fountain Hall, 7 Don Pl., Woodside.
    • 5. Hebron Hall: f. 1889, fr. St. Paul St.
      • 1889, Union Hall, Union Row; 1893, Langstane Hall 36 Langstane Pl; 1894,
      • Windsor Place Hall, Windsor Pl; 1902, Holburn Hall, Justice Mill Lane; 1911, Hebron Hall, 6 Thistle St.
    • 6. Torry: f. 27 May 1900, fr. St Paul St.
      • 1900, Gospel Hall, Victoria Rd., Torry; 1902, Torry Hall, South Esplanade West, Torry; 1928, Victoria Hall, Victoria Rd, Torry
    • 7. Assembly Hall: f. 1918, fr. Hebron Hall; disc. late 1970s.
      • 1918, Hadden St. Hall, Hadden St; 1922, Assembly Hall, 34 Belmont St; 1938, Assembly Hall, Stevenson St.
    • 8. Fernilea: f. 4 June 1967.
      • 1967, Fernilea Gospel Hall, Summerhill Terr.
    • 9. Deeside Christian Fellowship: see Milltimber.
  • Aboyne: f. 1872, by B.m; disc. c.1927.
    • By 1897, Meeting Room; by 1922, Public Hall.
  • Auchterless: fl. 1897–1904.
    • In 1897, W Cowie, Newmill; by 1904, P Harvey, Rothienorman.
  • Ballater: f. c. 1904 by B.m; 1965; disc. summer only; 1970.
    • By 1904, Gordon Institute, Station Sq.; 1906, Maviston Hall; 1914, Public Hall; 1918, Gospel Hall, Viewfield Rd.; 1919, Gordon Institute, Station Sq.; 1962, 6 Hawthorn Cresc.
  • Banchory: fl. 1871 (f.) Banchory B.C. formed assy.
  • Blackpool: see Millbrex.
  • Boddam: f. by 1881; disc. c.1944.
    • By 1908, Lower Public Hall.
  • Braco: f. 1872, through N.E.S.; after 1904.
    • By 1904, R Walker, Whitewell, Pitcaple.
  • Cairnbulg: fl. 1927.
  • Clatt: f. 1845; disc. 1862.
    • 1845, Jas. Shearer, Croft End of Auchlyne.
  • Collieston: f. 1892; mid-C20 disc.
    • 1897, G. Taylor, Neather Leask.
  • Cruden Bay: f. by 1897; disc. after 1933.
    • By 1897, North Haven Mission Hall; 1901, Public Hall, Port Errol.
  • Duncanstone: f. 1845; disc. c.1852.
  • Dyce: fl. 1897–1904.
    • By 1897, School Room.
  • Flinder: fl. c.1872 through N.E.S.
  • Forgue: see Auchengoul, Banffshire.
  • Fraserburgh:
    • 1. Bethel Hall: fl. 1872, through N.E.S.
      • 1872, Bethel Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. by 1897.
      • By 1897, Mr A Watt’s house, George St., Broadseam; by 1904, 273 Frithside St.; by 1922, Old Academy, 15 Mid St.; 1927, Gospel Hall, Batchens Brae, Frithside St; 1941, Masonic Hall, Commerce St; 1950, Gospel Hall, Albert St. Lane.
    • 3. Gospel Hall: f. ?1939; 1942, united with Masonic Hall assy.
      • Jubilee Hall; 1941, Gospel Hall, The Cross.
  • Huntly: f. 1873 through N.E.S.; disc. c.1978.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall, 11 Torry St.; by 1922, Gospel Hall, Princes St.
  • Insch:
    • 1. Bowesite assy: f. 1845; disc. c.1863.
      • 1845, Bank End Farm.
    • 2. Fordyce Hall: f. 8 June 1873, through N.E.S.; disc. 2004.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall; by 1922, Fordyce Hall, Commerce St.
  • Inverurie: f. 1871, through N.E.S.
    • 1872, Gospel Room; 1875, North St. Hall; by 1933, Assembly Hall, High St.
  • Kemnay: f. 1871, through N.E.S.; disc. after 1904.
    • By 1897, Upper Room, Public Hall.
  • Kennethmount: f. 1871, through N.E.S.; disc. 1872.
    • 1871, George Adam's house.
  • Kirkerton: fl. 1904.
  • Logierieve: f. 1901; disc. 1960s.
  • Maud: see Turriff.
  • Millbrex: f. 1880; disc. after 1926.
    • By 1926, Square Room, Millbrex, Fyvie.
  • Milltimber: f. 1975, fr. Aberdeen assys.
    • 1975, Deeside Christian Fellowship, Milltimber Primary School, ; 1979, Deeside Christian Fellowship Church Binghill Dr.
  • Mintlaw: f. by 1904; trans. Stuartfield, after 1922; trans Mintlaw, 1950s,.
    • By 1904, Public Hall, Mintlaw; by 1959, Gospel Hall, South St., Mintlaw.
  • Newburgh: f. c.1871, through N.E.S.; disc. early C20.
    • By 1897, Adam Findlay’s house; by 1904, Public Hall.
  • New Deer: f. 1871. through N.E.S.: disc. c.1975.
    • 1871, Public Hall; by 1959, Meeting Room, 3 Fordyce Terr.
  • Northaven: fl. 1897.
    • Mr J Stephen, grocer.
  • Old Meldrum: f. 1872, through N.E.S.; disc. after 1904.
    • By 1897, J Robertson, Gas Works.
  • Old Rayne: f. 23 April, 1871; united with Insch, c.1890.
    • 1871, Joiner's workshop.
  • Oyne: fl. 1871; by 1884, united with Old Rayne.
  • Peterhead: f. 1868.
    • 1868, Wm. McLean, 1 Rose St.; 1869, Maiden St. Hall; Music Hall; by 1897, Prince’s St. Hall; Maiden St. Hall; c.1932, Prince St. Hall, Prince St.; 1965, York St. Hall.
  • Port Errol: see Cruden Bay.
  • Premnay: f. 1878; disc. 1920.
    • 1878, Jas. Thompson, Brackla Farm.
  • Rhynie: f. 1873, through N.E.S.; disc. c.1926.
  • Tarland:
    • 1. F.1871; disc. 1932.
      • 1871, John Glass, Mill of Migvie, Tarland; by 1922, Ferrier Sq.
    • 2. Fl. 1936; f. 1936 by B.m.
  • Turriff: f. November 1872, through N.E.S.; trans. Maud, by 1990.
    • By 1897, Committee Room, Town Hall; by 1922, Town Hall; by 1990, Christian Brethren Assembly, Llanarth, Bank Rd., Maud
  • Whinnyfold:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: fl. 1897–1904.
      • In 1904, Gospel Hall.
    • 2. Assembly Hall: f. 1923 after evangelism; disc. 1970.
      • By 1933, Mission Hall (by 1951, Assembly Hall), Cruden Bay.

KINCARDINESHIRE, ANGUS & PERTHSHIRE

  • Abernethy: f. 1901.
    • 1901, Mr Wilkie, High St.; by 1951, Gospel Hall, Main St.
  • Arbroath:
    • 1. Bowesite assy: fl. 1841.
    • 2. Exchange Hall: fl. 1897–1904.
      • In 1897, Exchange Hall
    • 3. Springfield Gospel Hall: f. 1911.
      • Market Place; 1920, Academy Hall, John St.; 1926, Gospel Hall, Park St; 1950, Green St. Hall; 1952, Gospel Hall, 13 Park St; 1970, Springfield Gospel Hall, Ponderlaw Lane.
    • 4. Gospel Hall: f. 1950; 1952, united with Green St. Hall.
      • 1950, Gospel Hall, Park St.
  • Auchinblae: f. c.1911; disc. 1931.
    • c.1911, Wm. Douglas, Eleanora, Monboddo St.
  • Banchory: fl. 1873, Banchory Baptist church formed assy.
  • Bervie: see Inverbervie.
  • Birnam: fl. 1864.
    • In 1864, Mrs Napier Campbell, Erigmore.
  • Brechin: f. 1891 fr. mission hall; disc. 1984.
    • By 1897, Masonic hall, Church St.; by 1904, Mason’s Hall, Church St.; 1904, Gospel Hall, town centre; 1921, Ebenezer Hall, Southesk St.
  • Broughty Ferry: f. by 1940; disc. 1962.
    • In 1940, Hall, 132 Brook St.; 1940, 71 King St.; 1957, Burgh Halls, 132 Brook St.; 71 King St.
  • Carnoustie: f. 1910; disc. c.1963.
    • 1910, Drill Hall; 1913, Templars’ Hall, Dundee St.; by 1951, St Stephen’s (south) Halls, Dundee St.
  • Cove: fl. 1888; (f.).
    • Mr Cordiner's house.
  • Crieff: f. by 1897; disc. 1940s.
    • 1897, Side Room, Crieff Hall, Commissioner St; 1924, Room 7, Strathearn Institute; 1941, D Hill’s house, 9 Ducklage Rd.
  • Doune: f. c.1901; disc. 1990s.
    • By 1904, Old School Room; 1905, Gospel Room, 39 Balkerach St.; 1906, Gospel Hall (by 1990, E.C.), 43 Balkerach St.
  • Dundee:
    • 1. Hermon E.C.: f. c.1861 as Mission hall; 1866, formed assy.
      • c.1861, Meeting Room, Mid-Wynd, off Perth Rd.; 1900, Falcon Hall, Johnston’s Lane, West Port; 1914, Hermon Hall (1970s, Hermon E.C.), 34 South Tay St.
    • 2. Hillbank E.C.: f. 1878, fr. Mid-Wynd Hall.
      • 1878, Wellgate Hall, 59 Wellgate; c.1879, Gospel Hall, 24 Bank St; 1892, Panmure Hall, 6 Bain Square; 1894 Gospel Hall, 138 Murraygate; by 1897, Pullar’s Close Hall, 132 Murraygate; 1902, Gospel Hall, 48 Wellgate; 1924, Hillbank Hall (1979, Hillbank E.C.), 57 Cotton Rd.
    • 3. Bethany Hall: f. 1887; 1889 united with Gospel Hall, Bank St.
      • 1887, Bethany Hall, Alexander St.
    • 4. Gospel Hall: fl. 1897.
      • In 1897, Gospel Hall, 39 Nelson St.
    • 5. Elim Hall, Lochee: f. 1907 after a mission; disc. 1950.
      • Corrie St.; 1910, YMCA Hall, 149 High St.; by 1922, Weaver’s Hall, High St.; 1924, Elim Hall, 98 Liff Rd.
    • 6. Lochee Assy: 1971, fr. Hermon Hall.
      • 1971, Lochee Christian Assembly, Lochee Evangelical Centre, Kirk St., Lochee; 1975, Christian Assembly Hall, Liff Rd, Lochee
    • 7. Gospel Hall: f. 1981, fr. Hermon E.C.
      • 1981, Gospel Hall, 15 King St.; 1985, Meadowside Gospel Hall, 2 Euclid Cres.
  • Durris: fl. 1897–1904;
    • By 1897, Brackmont Public School.
  • Fettercairn: fl. 1862.
  • Forfar: f. c.1901.
    • 1919, Gospel Hall, 12 North St; 1969, 35 North St; 1970, Gospel Hall, 12 Manor St.; 1984, Gospel Hall, St James Rd.
    • 2. Fl. 1911.
      • 1911, 74 East High St.
  • Gourdon: f. by 1904; disc. after 1922.
    • By 1904, Public Hall.
  • Inverbervie: f. 1873; fr. 2001 continues as The Living Rooms Christian Centre.
    • 1873, house; by 1897, Town Hall; 1899, Gospel Hall, High St; by 1951, Masonic Hall, King St; by 1959, YWCA Hall, Townhead; 1972, Gospel Hall, Church St.
  • Kirriemuir: 1873; disc. after 1903.
  • Luthermuir: f. 1975, after mission.
    • 1975, Mr Gibb, Church Rd; The Assembly.
  • Monifieth: f. 1910; 1926, united with Hermon Hall, Dundee.
    • 1910, Gospel Hall, Well St.
  • Montrose: f. c.1872.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall, 65 Mill St; 1922, Murray Lane Hall, Murray St.; 1956, Bethany Hall, 5 High St.
  • Perth:
    • 1. Good Templar’s Hall: fl. 1873–1886.
      • In 1873, Good Templar's Hall; Parliament Close; 1881, Hall, King James's Hospital; 1886, Good Templar's Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1900, by B.m.
      • 1902 Masonic Hall, Parliament Close, High St.; 1904, Guild Hall, 192 Souch St.; 1905, Gospel Hall, 192 South St.; Gospel Hall, 120 High St.; 1917, Forester's Hall, 13 Hospital St; by 1933, Gospel Hall, 68 Princes St; 1972, Gospel Hall, 157 South St.
  • Riccarton: f. c.1884; disc. after 1912.
    • Mr. Jas Brown; Mrs. Rankine, 11 Margaret St., Stonehaven.
  • Stonehaven:
    • 1. See Riccarton.
    • 2. F. 1914; disc. 1941.
      • 1914, Town Hall; 1916, John Stewart, 5 New St (summer only); by 1922 T Brown, l0c Barclay St.; 1924, J. C. Stewart, Seaview, Robert St.; 1924, Town Hall, Allardyce St; 1927, Upper Town Hall, Allardyce St. (morning), Cross Hall, High St (evening); 1930, Old Cross Mission Hall; 1933, Mission Hall, Wallace Wynd.

FIFE

  • Auchterderran: fl. 1905.
    • Public School Room.
  • Ballingry: see Glencraig.
  • Blairhall: f. 1935, B.m.
    • 1935, private house, 20 East Avenue; 1938, Gospel Hall, North Lodge.
  • Bowhill: see Cardenden.
  • Buckaven: f. 1870/1; disc. after 1933.
  • Burntisland: f. by 1887; disc. 1922.
    • By 1888, Meeting Room, 76 Stock's Land; by 1922, Loven St.
  • Cardenden: f. 1905; by 1908, trans Bowhill; trans. Cardenden 1956; disc. 1989.
    • 1905, Public Scool, Auchterderan; by 1908, Co-operative Hall, Bowhill; 1918, Livingstone’s Hall, Bowhill; 1921, YMCA Rooms, Bowhill; 1925, Gospel Hall, 1 Ninth St. 1956, Gospel Hall, 19th St. Cardenden; by 1983, Bowhill Gospel Hall, 14 Orrbank Rd.
  • Cowdenbeath: f. 1897; 1916, united with Iron Chapel.
    • 1897, Ante-room, Co-operative Hall; by 1904, Anderson’s Hall, Foulford St.; 1916, Union Hall, Broad St.
  • Crossgates: f. by 1929; disc. after 1959.
    • Archibald's Hall; 1929, Ebenezer Gospel Hall, Rd.
  • Culross: fl. 1922–33.
    • By 1922, Town Hall; 1925, Bethany Hall.
  • Dunfermline:
    • 1. Abbot Hall: f. 1869, after mission.
      • By 1887, Co-operative Hall, 11 Queen Ann St; by 1897, Crown Hall, Woodhead St.; 1903, Gospel Hall, Randolph St.; 1912, YMCA Hall, Bath St.; c.1914, Abbot Hall, off Maygate.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. ?1890s; 1907, united with Randolph St.
    • 3. St. Margaret’s Hall: f. by 1922; 1932 united with Abbot Hall.
      • In 1922, Pearsons Offices, Guildhall St; 1931, St Margaret's Hall.
    • 4. Gospel Hall, Hospital Hill: f. 1935. fr. Abbot Hall.
      • 1935, YMCA New Hall, Damside St, 1939, Gospel Hall, 48 New Row; 1940, 78 St Margaret St; 1941, Oddfellows Hall, Albany St; by 1964. Gospel Hall, Hospital Hill.
  • Glencraig: f. 1931, fr. Lochgelly; trans. Ballingry 1968.
    • 1931, Gospel Hall, Main St., Glencraig; 1968, Gospel Hall, Southfield Ave., Ballingry.
  • Glenrothes:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1956, by B.m.
    • 2. F. 1985. fr. Gospel Hall.
  • High Valleyfield: see Low Valleyfield.
  • Innerleven: see Upper Largo, Innerleven Gospel Hall.
  • Inverkeithing: f. 1910, fr. Christian Endeavour.
    • 1911, Reading Room, Masonic Hall, Hill St.; 1930, Hebron Hall, Hill St.
  • Kelty: f. c. 1880.
    • c. 1880, Gospel Hall, Station Rd.; 1954, Ebenezer Hall, Centre St.
  • Kennoway:
    • 1. See Upper, Gospel Hall.
    • 2. See Windygates.
  • Kincardine: fl. 1922 (f.) after evangelism.
  • Kirkcaldy:
    • 1. Pathhead: f. 1886; disc. 1889.
      • 1886, Old Town Hall, Pathhead; 1888, Speedie’s Hut, Mid St., Pathhead.
    • 2. Dunnikier: f. c.1890; disc. 1978.
      • c.1890, Peter Chalmer’s house; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Stewart’s Lane; 1913, Dunnikier Evangelisitic Hall, Mitchell St.
    • 3. Hebron E.C.: f. c. 1929, fr. Dunnikier.
      • 1929, Gospel Hall, Central Chambers, 164 High St.; 1937, Hebron Hall, 129 Links Rd.; 1964, Hebron E.C., Hayfield Rd.
  • Newcraigs: f. 1985. fr. Hebron E.C.
    • 1985, Newcraigs E.C., Newcraigs Primary School; 1989, Newcraigs E.C., Forres Dr., New Liston.
  • Ladybank: f. 1920.
    • 1920, Railway Mission Hall (1947, Gospel Hall), Hill St.
  • Leven: see Upper Largo, Innerleven Gospel Hall.
  • Lochgelly: f.1880s; disc. 1990s.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall, Berry St; 1903, Buller St.
  • Lochore: f. c.1910 as Baptist mission; 1914, formed assy; disc. 1991.
    • c.1910, ‘The Glory Shop’; 1914, Bethany Hall, New Rd. (1961, readdressed as 5 Abbotsford Rd.).
  • Low Valleyfield: f. 1910; 1953, trans. High Valleyfield; disc. 1958.
    • By 1944, Gospel Hall, 3 Dundonald Terr., Low Valleyfield; 1953, Gospel Hall, 47 Preston Cresc., High Yalleyfield.
  • Lumphinnans: fl. 1904.
  • Methilhill: f. 1933, fr. Windygates; disc. 1989.
    • By 1951, Ashgrove Gospel Hall.
  • Methil:
    • 1. Fl. 1904.
      • In 1904, Lindsay Sq. Hall.
    • 2. See Upper Largo, Innerleven.
  • Newport: f. c.1888; disc. c.1927.
  • Oakley: fl. 1905.
  • Pitlessie: f. 1888; disc. after 1933.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall.
  • Rosyth: fl. 1922.
    • In 1922 YWCA Hut, Queensferry Rd., back of Post Office.
  • St Andrews: f. 1888; disc. 2006.
    • 1888, 5 Union St; By 1904, Public Reading Room, Queen St.; 1914, Gospel Hall, 41 Market St.
  • St Monance: f. 1924, by members of Congregational Church.
    • By, 1933, Meeting Room (by 1951, Gospel Hall), Georges Terr.; by 1959, Gospel Hall, Hope Pl.
  • Saline:
    • 1. f.1904.
    • 2. fl. 1905.
  • Sinclairton: fl. 1897.
  • Tayport: f. 1873, by B.m.
    • 1887, Temperance Hall; by 1922, Gospel Hall, Buttar Wynd.
  • Upper Largo:
    • 1. Innerleven Gospel Hall: f. 1870; trans. Kennoway;c.1880, trans. Leven; 1907, trans Methil.
      • By 1880, Town Hall, Leven; 1881, Free Gardener's Hall, Leven; by 1891, Masonic Hall, Manse Place, Leven; by 1897, Mason’s Hall, Dane St., Leven; 1907, Innerleven Gospel Hall, 161 High St., Methll.
    • 2. Mission Room: f. 1909; disc. after 1922.
      • 1909, Mission Room.
  • Windygates: f. 1914, fr. Innerleven Gospel Hall, Methil; trans. Kennoway 1977.
    • 1918, Tullis Hall; 1931, Lesser Shepherd’s Hall, Windygates; 1940, Miners’ Welfare, Mllton Rd., Windygates; 1977, Arnot Gospel Hall, Cupar Rd., Kennoway.

STIRLINGSHIRE, CLACKMANNANSHIRE & KINROSS

  • Airth: f. 1905 after mission; disc. after 1933.
  • Alloa: f. 1904 after mission; disc. 1980.
    • 1904, Cooperative Hall, High St.; 1904, Greenfield Mission Hall, Sunnyside Rd.; 1915, Gospel Hall, 18 Mill St; Museum Hall; 1924, Greenfield St. Hall; by 1951, Gospel Hall, Sunnyside St.
  • Alva: fl. 1905 after mission.
    • Ebenezer Hall, Cobden St.
  • Bannockburn: f.1904.
    • By 1904, Gospel Hall; by 1940, Old Town Hall; 1940, Public School; 1945, Old Town Hall; 1958, Gospel Hall, 8 East Murrayfield St.
  • Bonnybridge: f. c.1919, fr. Mission hall.
    • 1919, Co-operative Hall; by 1951, Gospel Hall (by 1983, Ebenezer Gospel Hall), Bridge St.
  • California: f. by 1922; disc. after 1959.
    • By 1922, Gospel Hall, Princes St.
  • Camelon: f. 1913, by Misson hall members.
    • 1914, Gospel Hall, Main St. 1926, Gospel Hall, 109 High St; by 1933, Bethany Hall, Glasgow Rd.; 1969, Bethany Hall, Baird St.
  • Clackmannan: fl. 1897–1904.
    • By 1897, Co-operative hall.
  • Cowie: f. 1895, by B.m.; disc. 1989.
    • 1895, Mrs M’Callum, Mitchell Row; by 1922, Public Hall (later Gospel Hall), Main St.
  • Cumbernauld:
    • 1. Mossknowe: f. 1913, after mission.
      • c.1912, private house; 1929, Hebron Hall, 17 Smithyends; 1966, various community centres & schools; 1974, Mossknowe Gospel Hall, Kildrum Ring Rd., Kildrum.
    • 2. Eastfield: f. 1990, fr. Mossknowe Gospel Hall.
      • 1990, Eastfield E.C., Pollock Hall, Condorrat; 1994, Eastfield E.C., Cumbernauld.
  • Denny: f. 1935; after evangelism.
    • 1935, Masonic Hall HalI St; 1962, Gospel Hall, West Boreland Rd.
  • Falkirk:
    • 1. F. 1867, after evangelism; disc. by 1880s.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1889; disc. early 1930s.
      • 1889, Oddfellows Hall, Grahamstone; 1903, Elim Hall, High St; 1908, Gladstone Hall, Kerse Lane; 1918, Masonic Hall, New Market St., Glebe St; 1921, Wilson Hall, 109 High St; 1922, Erskine Hall, Silver Row; 1926, Gospel Hall, 109, High St; 1934, Letham Gospel Hall.
    • 3. Olivet Hall: 1937, fr. Bethany Hall, Camelon.
      • 1937; Lesser Oddfellows' Hall, Grahams Rd., Bainsford; 1952, Olivet Gospel Hall, Silver Row; 1963, Olivet Hall, Kerse Lane.
    • 4. Thornhill: f. 1945, fr. Oddfellows' Hall.
      • By 1983, Thornhill Gospel Hall, Thistle St., Thornhill.
  • Fallin: fl. 1922–33.
  • Grangemouth: f. 1866.
    • 1866, John Farqhuar's house; by 1886, Bethany Hall, Lumley St; by 1904, Albert Hall, York Lane; 1966, Albert Hall, Myreton St.
  • Haggs: f. 1905, after mission.
    • 1905, Old School Room (by 1951, Gospel Hall); 1953, Gospel Hall, Glasgow Rd.
  • Kilsyth:
    • 1. Good Templars’: fl. 1897–1911.
      • In 1897, Lesser Victoria Hall; by 1904, Good Templars' Hall, Burngreen.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1920; disc. 1980.
      • 1920, Burngreen Hall; 1922, Workmen's Club, High St.; 1925, Gospel Hall, 15 High St.
  • Kinross: f. 1925, through B.m.
    • 1925, Red Triangle Hall, High St; 1928, Gospel Hall, Montgomerie St.
  • Larbert: see Stenhousemuir.
  • Laurieston:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1909 after mission.
      • By 1922, Gospel Hall, Cotton Lane, Mary's St.
    • 2. F. 1926, fr. Gospel Hall; c.1947, united with Gospel Hall.
  • Limerigg:
    • 1. See Slamannan.
    • 2. Fl. 1897, 46 High Limerigg.
  • Maddiston: f. 1922, after mission.
    • 1922, Templars' Hall; 1946, Bethesda Hall, California Rd.
  • Plean: f. 1923; disc. 1970s.
    • 1923, Public Hall; by 1951, Gospel Hall.
  • Sauchie: f. 1936, fr. Alloa; disc. 1996.
    • By 1951, Gospel Hall (by 1983, Ebenezer Hall), 5 Parkhead
  • Shieldhill: f. c.1890, by B.m.
    • By 1897, Public School; by 1904, Gospel Hall, The Cross.
  • Slamannan: f. by 1888; disc. after 1897.
    • In 1888, No. 3 Pit, Limerigg; 1889, 46 High St., Limerigg; by 1897, No. 5 Pit, Limerigg.
  • Stenhousemuir: f. 1885; 1990, trans, Larbert.
    • Drill Hall, Stenhousemuir; 1887, Gospel Hall, Marshall's Buildings, Stenhousemuir; 1900, Gospel Hall, Ellenslie Pl., Stenhousemuir; by 1959, Gospel Hall, Main St., Stenhousemuir; 1985, Age Concern Hall, Main St., Stenhousemuir; 1990, Gospel Hall, 65 Main St., Larbert.
  • Stirling: f. early 1870s.
    • Corn Exchange; 1879, Spittle St. Hall, Spittle St.; 1887, Good Templar Hall, Shuttle St.; King St. & Arcade; 1893, Public Halls, Dumbarton Rd.; by 1897, Gospel Hall, 671/2 Port St.; 1940, YMCA Hut, Dumbarton Rd., 1949, Miners' Welfare Institute, Burghmuir; 1951, Craigs Fellowship Hall; 1959, Girl Guides’ Hut; 1969, Hermon Hall, 2 Bow St.
  • Tillicoultry: f. c.1864.
    • 1864, Hamilton St. Hall; 1908, Gibson’s Mill (Sundays), Alexandria St. Hall (weekdays); 1911. Gospel Hall (1993, Hillfoots E.C.), Bank St.

EDINBURGH

  • City:
    • 1. Darbyite assy: f. 1838; ?1848 seceded with Exclusive Brethren.
    • 2. Bowesite assy: f. c.1851; disc. early 1850s.
      • Adam’s Sq.
    • 3. Bowesite assy: 1851; disc. c.1858.
      • 1851, Hall of the Stranger's Friend, 84 High St.
    • 4. Phoenix Hall: f. c.1866; disc. after 1872.
      • c.1866, Phoenix Hall.
    • 5. F. 1872 fr. Phoenix Hall.
      • 1872, Good Templar Hall, 429 High St.
    • 6. Nicolson Square: f. 1874, fr. Good Templar Hall.
      • 1874, Guthrie St. Gospel Hall; 1876, Gospel Hall, 29 Blackfriars St; 1878, Gospel Hall, 5 Nicolson Sq; by 1888, Gospel Hall, 8 Nicolson Sq.
    • 7. Bruntsfield E.C.: f. by 1892.
      • By 1892, Marshall St; 1893, Chambers St.; by 1897 Masonic Hall, 11 Melbourne Pl. (now George IV Bridge); mid-1890s, Gospel Hall, 13 Lochrin Pl; 1906, Tollcross Hall, 138 Laurieston Pl., Tollcross; 1967, Bruntsfield Evangelical Church, Leamington Terr.
    • 8. Bellevue Chapel: f. 1891.
      • 1891, Gospel Hall, Greenside Pl., Leith Walk; 1913, Free Gardeners’ Institute, 16 Picardy Place; 1919, Bellevue Chapel, Rodney St.
    • 9. Gospel Hall: f. 1891; united in Greenside Pl. mid-1890s.
      • 1891, Gospel Hall, Jamaica St.
    • 10. Gospel Hall: fl. 1905 (f.).
      • Gospel Hall, 8 Nicolson Square.
    • 11. Fl. 1909 (f.).
      • 1 Pentland Terr., Juniper Green.
  • Corstorphine: f. 1935, fr. Gorgie G.H.; disc. c.1958.
    • 1935, Masonic Hall, 5 Roseburn Gdns; by 1950s Glebe Rd.
  • Davidsons Mains: f. 1911; disc. 1951.
    • By 1922, Gospel Hall, Davidson's Mains; Hermon Hall, Davidson's Mains; 1949, Guide Hut, Quality St. Lane, Davidson's Mains.
  • Gilmerton: f. 1966, after evangelism.
    • 1966, Society Hall, Gilmerton; 1971, Moredun Community Hall, Moredun Park View, Gilmerton; 1972, Ferniehill E.C.
  • Gorgie:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1908 fr. Laurieston Pl.
      • 1908 Gorgie Hall, 6 Wheatfield St.; 1911, Gospel Hall, 77 Angle Park Terr.; 1913, Gospel Hall, 59 Gorgie Rd.; 1915, Gorgie Gospel Hall, 4 Smithfield St.
    • 2. Ardmillan Hall: fl. 1912 (f.).
      • Ardmillan Hall, 6 Murieston Rd.
  • Granton: f. 1920s, after evangelism fr. Bellevue Chapel; disc. 1980s.
    • 1920s, Trafalgar Lane, Granton; by 1951, Gospel Hall, West Granton Rd., Granton.
  • Leith: f. c.1900, fr. Picardy Pl; 1994 disc.
    • c.1900, Hall, Sheriff Brae, Leith; 1903, Blackburn Hall, 23 Tolbooth Wynd, Leith; 1955, Bethany Hall, 18 Jane St., Leith.
  • Oxgangs: f. 1964, after evangelism; disc. 1992.
    • 1964, St Cuthbert’s School Annexe, Oxgangs; 1969, Oxgangs E.C.

THE LOTHIANS

(E. Lothian, Mid-Lothian, W. Lothian)

  • Armadale: f. c.1868.
    • 1889, Bathville School; by 1904, Town Hall; 1905, 111 Clark's Building, Station Rd.; by 1922, Masonic Hall, South Main St; by 1930/1, 8 Masonic Pl., South St.
  • Bathgate: f. c.1906; disc. after 1930.
    • late C19, Andrew Mabon’s house; by 1904, Co-operative Hall; 1908, Victoria Hall, North Bridge St.; 1911, Gospel Hall; 1930, Gospel Hall, Jarvie St.
  • Blackburn: f. 1920, after evangelism.
    • By 1922, Public Hall; 1929, Gospel Hall, 12 Bathgate Rd.
  • Bo'ness:
    • 1. Hebron Hall: f. c.1883.
      • By 1886, Coffee-room hall; by 1897, Foresters’ Lesser Hall, South St.; 1910, Hebron Hall, School Brae.
    • 2. Grangepans: f. by 1933; disc. mid-1950s.
      • By 1933, Bethany Hall; 1935, Learmouth Band Hall, Grangepans; by 1951, Bethany Hall, Cairns Lane, Grangepans.
  • Bonnyrigg:
    • 1. Loanhead: f. c.1875; c.1890, trans. Loanhead; disc. 1991.
      • By 1880, Upper Hall, Hlgh St., Bonnyrigg; 1889, Mr Kay’s Hall, High St., Bonnyrigg; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Station Rd., Loanhead; by 1933, Hermon Hall, Kennington Ave., Loanhead.
    • 2. Bonnyrigg: f. 5 February 1928, after evangelism; disc. 1963.
      • 1928, Gospel Hall, 77 High St; by 1933, Masonic Hall, High St.; 1958, Gospel Hall, 2 Polton St.
  • Broxburn:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. c.1880; 1908 united with Lesser Public Hall.
      • By 1880, Mission Hall, Greendykes Rd.; 1887, Ebenezer Hall, Main St.; by 1904, Gospel Hall, Broxburn.
    • 2. Gospel Hall, Uphall: f. by 1904; 1976, trans. Uphall; disc. 2001,
      • In 1904, Lesser Public Hall, Broxburn; 1908 Gospel Hall, Mid St., Broxburn; 1922, Band Hall, Broxburn; 1929, Gospel Hall, Mid St., Broxburn; 1956, Lesser Public Hall, Broxburn; 1976, Gospel Hall, East Main St., Uphall.
    • 3. Lesser Public Hall: f. by 1933; disc. mid-1950s.
      • By 1933, Lesser Public Hall.
  • Cockenzie: f. 1882; trans. Port Seton 1922.
    • 1882, private house, West Harbour, Cockenzie; by 1904, Gardener's Close, Cockenzie; 1922, Viewforth Gospel Hall, Port Seton.
  • Crofthead: f. c.1868; disc late C19.
  • Dalkeith: f. 1902, by B.m.; 1995 became independent mission.
    • 1902, Good Templar's Hall; 1903, Douglas Memorial Hall; 1907, Wesley Hall, Corner South; 1956, Buccleuch Hall, High St.; by 1991, Gospel Hall, 140 High St., Mayfield.
  • Dunbar:
    • l. F. 1895, by B.m.; disc. 1924.
      • 1895, Charles Spence, 'Jessmont', Edinburgh Rd; by 1922, Robert Nisbet.
    • 2. F. 1933; disc. 1970.
      • 1933, Good Templars' Hall; by 1940, Forrester's Hall; 1940, Masonic Hall, High St.
  • Edgehead: f. 1908; disc. c.1955.
    • By 1922, Meeting Room.
  • Fauldhouse:
    • 1. Co-op Hall: f. 1913; disc. 1980s.
      • 1913, private house; 1913, Lesser Masonic Hall; 1917, Co-operative Hall Rooms.
    • 2. Fl. 1918; 1918 united with Masonic Hall.
  • Gorebridge: fl. c.1928; disc. after 1945.
    • By 1945, Thomson's Hall.
  • Kirknewton: f. 30 March 1924, by members of Ratho Baptist Church.
    • 1925, Gospel Hall, 12 Main St.
  • Linlithgow: f. by 1897.
    • By 1897, West Port Hall; 1904, Burgh Court Room; 1905, Vennel Hall, High St.; by 1946, St John’s Chapel (1960s, St John’s E.C.), New Well Wynd.
  • Livingston:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: see Livingston Station.
    • 2. Dedridge: f. 1981, fr. Gospel Hall, Livingston.
      • 1981, Dedridge Christian Assembly, Dedridge Primary School, Dedridge; by 1990, Almondale Gospel Hall, Nigel Rise, Dedridge.
  • Livingston Station: f. 1915 after mission.
    • By 1922, Meeting Room, Livingston Station; by 1927, Institute Hall, Pumpherston; 1927, Gospel Hall, Main St. Pumpherston; 1972, Gospel Hall, Deans South, Deans, Livingston.
  • Loan: fl. 1897.
    • In 1897, Meeting Room.
  • Loanhead: see Bonnyrigg 1.
  • Mayfield:
    • 1. Fl. 1868.
    • 2. See Newtongrange.
    • 3. See Dalkeith.
  • Musselburgh:
    • 1. Fl. 1907; f. 1907, fr. Church of God (‘Needed Truth’).
      • 1907, Dickson’s Halls, 29 Bridge St.
    • 2. See Portobello .
    • 3. F. 1923
      • 1923, St John's Hall, 41 Bridge St.; 1933, Gospel Hall, 35 New St.; 1947, Gospel Hall, 96 New St., Fisherrow.
  • Newhaven: fl. 1887; f. 1887.
    • In 1887, Fisherman’s Hut, 7 Maitland St.
  • Newtongrange: f. 1913, fr. Dalkeith; trans. Mayfield 1970.
    • 1913, Lothian Halls, Newtongrange; by 1933, Ebenezer Hall, Dalhousie Rd; 1970, Gospel Hall, Stone Ave., Mayfield.
  • North Berwick:
    • 1. Forresters’ Hall: fl. 1907–8 (f. 1907).
      • 1907, Forresters’ Hall.
    • 2. Hope Rooms: f. 1957 (summer only); disc. 1960s.
      • 1957, Fisherman's Hall; 1960, Hope Rooms, Forth St.
  • Ormiston: fl. 1924;f. 1924.
  • Penicuik:
    • 1. Hawthornbank Hall: f. c.1873; disc. after 1933.
      • By 1897, Hawthornbank Hall, Shottstown;
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1916; disc. after 1933.
      • 1916, Masonic Hall, High St., Penicuik; 1918, Gospel Hall, 88 John St., Penicuik
  • Philpstoun: f. 1895; disc. c.1940.
  • Portobello:
    • 1. Working Men’s Institute: f. 1905; 1908, trans Musselburgh; disc. after 1909.
      • 1905, Working Men’s Institute, 24 Bath St., Portobello; 1908, Baxter’s Hall, Musselburgh; 1909, Millholm Hall, High St., Mussleburgh.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1910.
      • 1910, Liberal Club Hall; Ebenezer Hall, 40 Bath St; 1911, Liberal Club Rooms, Tower St.; 1911, Town Hall; 1912, Working Men’s Institute, Bath St.; 1917, Believers’ Meeting Hall, Brighton Pl.; 1919, Ebenezer Hall, 40 Bath St.; 1923, Ebenezer Hall, 20 Bath St; 1933, Working Men’s Institute, 24 Bath St; 1947, Hebron Hall, Bedford Terr., Joppa; 1954, Working Men’s Institute, 24 Bath St; 1955, Southfield Gospel Hall, Mount Castle Drive South.
  • Pumpherston: see Livingston Station.
  • Prestonpans: fl. 1951.
    • In 1951, Ebenezer Hall, West End.
  • Ratho: f. 1911, fr. Ratho Baptist Church; disc. after 1963.
    • 1911, Masonic Hall; 1915, West hall; by 1922, W Binnie, 4 Viewvale Cottages; 1940, Assembly Hall, Main St; 1957, Infant School; 1963, Assembly Hall.
  • Rosewell: fl. 1875 (f.) after evangelism.
  • Shottston: see Penicuik.
  • Stoneyburn:
    • 1. Welfare Hall: f. c.1905, after evangelism; disc. after 1930.
      • In 1930, Welfare Hall.
    • 2. F. 1918, fr. Welfare Hall; 1919, united with Welfare Hall.
  • Tarbrax: f. 1908; disc. 1950.
    • 1928, Institute Hall, New Woolfords
  • Tranent: f. by 1922; disc. after 1959.
    • By 1922, Gospel Hall; by 1951, Lochsquare Gospel Hall.
  • Uphall:
    • 1. Ross Hall: f. 1905, fr. Gospel Hall, Broxburn; 1939, united with Mid St. Gospel Hall, Broxburn.
      • By 1922, Alexander St; 1927, Ross Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: see Broxburn 2.
  • West Calder: f. c.1890; disc. 1952.
    • By 1897, Blackburn Public Hall; 1908, Rae's Buildings, Main St; 1922, Tay St. Hall; 1924, Gospel Hall, Cleugh Brae.
  • Westfield: fl. 1935 ; f. 1935.
  • Whitburn: f. c. 1919.
    • By 1922, Lady Baillie's School; by 1933, West End Gospel Hall.

LANARKSHIRE

  • Airdrie:
    • 1. Bowesite assy: fl. 1850.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: fl. 1881.
      • Graham St. School; 1881, Gospel Hall, 13 Cullen St.
    • 3. Hebron Hall: 13 June 1883.
      • 1883, William Erskine's house, John St; 1887, Gospel Hall, Bank St; 1905, Hebron Hall, 14 North Bridge St.
    • 4. Ebenezer Hall, Coatdyke: f. 1896 as mission hall; 1913, to OB.
      • 1896, Good Templar's Hall, Quarry St.; Cameron's Land, Main St.; 1899, Chapman's Hall, Rochsolloch Rd.; 1914, Ebenezer Hall, Kippen St.; 1959, Ebenezer Hall, Ralston St.
    • 5. Glenview E.C.: f. 1934, fr. Chapelhall; disc., 2009.
      • 1934, Miners' Welfare Hall; 1947, Gospel Hall; 1963, Glenview E.C., 9 Blackcroft Ave., Gartness.
    • 6. Gospel Hall: f. 1954, fr. Hebron Hall; disc.
      • 1954, Gospel Hall, Mill Rd.
  • Annathill: f. 1910 after mission; disc. 1966.
    • 1912, Gospel Hall, Glenboig.
  • Ashgill:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1917, outreach fr. Larkhall.
      • 1917, Gospel Hall, Ashgill Rd.
    • 2. F. 1948, fr. Gospel Hall.
      • 1948, Bethany Hall, Whinknowe.
  • Auchenheath: (?) f. 1868.
  • Auchentiber: f. 1885; trans. Blantyre, 1916; united with Bethany Hall, High Blantyre, 1923; disc. 1997.
    • By 1904, The Hall, Auchentibber; 1916, Gospel Hall, 19 School Lane, High Blantyre.
  • Baillieston:
    • 1. Band Hall: fl. 1897.
      • In 1897, Band Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f.c.1924, mission hall formed assy.
      • c.1924, Gospel Hall, Scott St; Evangelistic Hall, Buchanan St; 1929, Evangelistic Hall, 10 Main St; 1938, Gospel Hall, 18 Glasgow Rd.
    • 3. Baillieston E.C.: f. 1952, fr. Gospel Hall.
      • 1952, Lesser Hall, Miners' Institute, East End; 1959, Hope Hall (1984, Baillieston E.C.), Church St.
  • Bellshill:
    • 1. Evangelistic Hall: c.1867; 1911, united with Gospel Hall.
      • Early C20, Evangelistic Hall; by 1911, Ebenezer Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1887.
      • 1887, Drill Hall, Main St; 1901, Gospel Hall, Johnstone St; Gospel Hall, Unthank Rd.
    • 3. Liberty Church, Liberty Rd., Orbison, trans. fr. Viewpark 2.
  • Biggar:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1928, after evangelism; disc. 1983.
      • 1928, Christian Institute, South Bank Rd; 19.31, Gospel Hall, West Row; 1963, Belmont Hall, High St; 1980, Municipal Hall, Kirkstyle.
    • 2. Bethany Hall: f. 1988, by B.m.
      • 1992, Bethany Hall, Main St.
  • Bishopbriggs:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: fl. 1913 (f.).
      • 1913, Gospel Hall, 126 Main St.
    • 2. Woodhill E.C.: f. 13 November 1939 after evangelism.
      • 1938, Gospel Hall, Crowhill Rd; 1969, Woodhill Gospel Hall (1991, Woodhill E.C.), Cleddens Rd.
  • Blackwood: see Kirkmuirhill.
  • Blantyre:
    • 1. See High Blantyre.
    • 2. See Auchentiber.
  • Bothwell: f. 1884.
    • 1884, Old School House; by 1886, Gospel Hall, Main St; 1889, Lesser Public Hall, Bothwell Chambers; by 1928, Asher Hall, Main St.
  • Bothwellhaugh: f. 1921; disc. 1978.
    • 1921, Gospel Hall.
  • Burnbank: f. 1895, fr. Blantyre.
    • 1895, Ebenezer Hall, Pollock St; 1897, Lesser Public Hall; 1902, Gospel Hall; 1973, 135 Glasgow Rd; 1976, Ebenezer Hall, Glenlee St.
  • Calderbank:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1922.
      • 1922, Lauchope Hall; Old School; Conservative Hall; 1926, Gospel Hall, Main St.
    • 2. Bethany Hall: f. c.1931, fr. Gospel Hall; disc. c.1950.
      • c.1931, Bethany Hall, Loch St.
  • Caldercruix: f. c.1889; disc. 1964.
    • 1889, Gospel Hall, Barblues; by 1897, Pryde’s Hall, Caldercruix; by 1922, Printwork Hall; by 1951, Gospel Hall, 216 Main St.
  • Cambuslang:
    • 1. Westcoats E.C.: f. 1866.
      • 1881, Lilybank Buildings; Bethany Hall, Main St.; 1895, Argyle Hall, Main St.; c.1920, Masonic Halls, Tabernacle Lane; 1925, Albert Hall, Main St.; 1965, Cambuslang Institute, Greenlees; 1966, Westcoats E.C., Westcoats Rd.
    • 2. Ebenezer Hall: see Halfway.
  • Carfin: f. 1928 by B.m.
    • 1928, Gospel Hall, Hattonfoot Pl.
  • Carluke:
    • 1. Fl. 1850.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1870s as Exclusive Brethren assy; 1930s recognised as Open Brethren.
      • By 1920, Gospel Hall, Church St;
    • 3. Templars’ Institute: f. 1867; 1920 united with Gospel Hall.
      • By 1904, Ebenezer Hall, Hamilton St.; 1906, Templars’ Institute, Stewart Rd.
    • 4. Templars’ Institute: f. 1921.
      • 1921, Templars’ Institute; 1922, Market Place Hall, Market Rd.
  • Chapelhall: f. 1918.
    • 1919, Lauchope Hall; 1922, Gospel Hall, Roberton St.; 1963, Gospel Hall, Lauchope Rd.
  • Chapelton: f. 20 March 1863; trans. East Kilbride 1864; disc. by 1880s.
  • Chryston: see Muirhead.
  • Coalburn: f. 1905, fr. Lesmahagow; disc. 1981.
    • 1905, Ebenezer Hall.
  • Coatbridge:
    • 1. Shiloh Hall: f. c.1874; disc. 1984.
      • c.1874, Mr Halyburton’s house; Alexandra Hall; 1889, Temperance Hall, Sunnyside Rd; 1891, Gospel Hall, 97 Sunnyside Rd.; 1900, Masonic Hall, Bank St; 1924, Shiloh Hall, Lugar St.
    • 2. Hebron Hall: f. 13 June 1938, Coatbridge Christian Union formed assy.
      • 1933, Hebron Hall, 20–22 Church St.
  • Cobbinshaw: fl. 1922–33.
    • By 1933, Institute Hall, New Woolford.
  • Crossford: fl. 1904.
  • Douglas:
    • 1. F. 1847, after mission; disc. 1860s.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1883, after mission; disc. 1997.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall, 2 Currie’ s Close.
  • Douglas Water: f. 1909 fr. Douglas; disc. 1958.
    • 1909, Band Hall; by 1933, Gospel Hall.
  • Eastfield: f. 1942, after mission; disc after 1959.
    • By 1951, Mission Hall, Edinburgh Rd.
  • East Kilbride:
    • 1. See Chapelton.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 9 December 1889 after mission; disc 1947.
      • 1889, Rae's Hall; 1889, Lesser Public Hall; by 1922, Hall, Hunter St; by 1944, School Room.
    • 3. Threshold: f. 1951 by B.m.
      • By 1956, Junior Secondary School, Main St; by 1959, Threshold Gospel Hall, Threshold Rd.
    • 4. Westwoodhill: f.1973, fr. Threshold Gospel Hall.
      • 1973, South Park Primary School; 1978, Westwoodhlll E.C.
  • Forth: see Haywood.
  • Glassford: f. 1922, fr. Strathaven.
    • By 1933, Shiloh Hall.
  • Glenboig: fl. 1938; f. 1938 after evangelism.
    • 1938, Masonic Hall.
  • Glengowan: f. by 1904; after 1933 disc.
    • By 1904, Co-operative Hall, Caldercruix.
  • Greengairs: f. c.1908, mission hall formed assy.
    • By 1904, Back Brae Hall
  • Halfway: f. 1906, after mission; disc. early 1990s.
    • 1906, Ebenezer Hall, Craigallion Ave; 1907, Ebenezer Hall, Overton St., Halfway.
  • Hamilton:
    • 1. F. c.1850; disc. c.1856.
      • By 1851, Trades Hall.
    • 2. Evangelical Church, Selkirk St.: f. 1863.
      • 1863, Lesser Town Hall; 1871, Gospel Hall, Baillie's Causeway; 1966, Fairhill Hostel; 1968, Evangelical Church, Selkirk St.
    • 3. Kensington Hall: fl. 1897.
      • Kensington Hall, nr. Central Station.
    • 4. Low Waters: f. 1899, fr. Gospel Hall after mission.
      • 1899, Hall, Cadzow Sq; Cadzow St.; 1910 Low Waters Gospel Hall, Hall St.
    • 5. Fl. 1909.
      • Brandon Tower Hall; 1909, Cadzow Bridge Hall,
    • 6. High Parks: f. 1884 as Exclusive assy.; 1930s, recognised as Open Brethren .
      • 1884, Olive Hall, Brown St.; 1984, High Parks Gospel Hall.
  • Harthill: fl. 1904 5.
  • Haywood: f. 1883; trans. Wilsontownc.1930 ; trans. Forth 1936.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall, Haywood; 1936, Masonic Hall, Forth; 1931, Gospel Hall, Manse Rd.
  • High Blantyre:
    • 1. Bethany Hall: f. by 1878.
      • 1893, Bethany Hall; 1936, Bethany Hall, 266 Glasgow Rd.
    • 2. See Auchentiber.
  • Holytown:
    • 1. F. 1867, after evangelism; 1889 disc.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1927, after evangelism.
      • 1927, Masonic Hall; Gospel Hall, 102, Main St.
  • Kirkfieldbank: fl. 1868, after evangelism.
  • Kirkmuirhill: f. 1884, fr. Lesmahahow.
    • 1884, Mr Chamber’s house; by 1897, Old School Room; by 1951, Gospel Hall, Strathaven St.; 1952, Miners’ Welfare Institute, Blackwood; 1997, Gospel Hall.
  • Kirkwood: f. by 1897;c. 1933 disc.
  • Lanark:
    • 1. F. 1850; 1851 disc.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. c.1868.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall, 17 High St.; by 1904, Gospel Hall, 33 High St.; 1909, Hall; 1919, Gospel Hall, Town Hall, The Cross; 1929, YMCA Hall, Bloomgate; by 1922, Gospel Hall, 21, High St; by 1937, YMCA, Westport; 1937, Gospel Hall, 21 High St; 1977, Gospel Hall, Smyllum Rd.
  • Larkhall:
    • 1. Hareleeshill: f. c. 1866.
      • c.1866, Walker’s Hall, Raploch St.; c.1872, Frame’s Hall, Raploch St.; 1891, Muir St. Hall, Muir St.; 1922, Hebron Hall, Academy St.; 1984, Hareleeshill Gospel Hall, Howard St., Hareleeshill.
    • 2. Albion Hall: f. 1874 as Exclusive assy; 1950s, recognised as Open Brethren.
      • 1874, Morrison Hall, Raploch St.; Albion Hall, Montgomerie St.
    • 3. Strutherhill: f. 1972, fr. Hebron Hall after evangelism.
      • 1972, Gospel Hall, Strutherhill.
    • Leadhills: f. 1879.
      • By 1897, The Hall, Townhead; 1905, Gospel Hall.
  • Lesmahagow:
    • 1. Hope Hall: f. c.1864.
      • c. 1864, Charles Miller’s shop; Charles Miller’s house; c.1865, Hall, Brown’s Land; c. 1869, Gospel Hall, Turfholm; 1876, Gospel Hall, Main St.; 1932, Good Templars’ Hall; c.1937, Hope Hall, nr, Commercial Hotel; 1947, Hope Hall, Main St.
    • 2. Good Templars’ Hall: f. 1918, fr. Gospel Hall; united with Gospel Hall 1924.
      • 1918, Good Templars' Hall.
    • 3. Gospel Hall: f. 1932, fr. Gospel Hall; 1933 disc.
      • 1932. Gospel Hall. Main St; 1932, Masonic Hall.
  • Longriggend:
    • 1. F. c.1873; 1905 disc.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1908 fr. Greengairs; disc. 1930.
      • By 1922, Gospel Hall.
  • Morningside: f. c.1893; trans. Newmains 16 Nov. 1903.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall, Morningside; 1903 Andrew Fleming’s house, Newmains; 1904, Gospel Hall, Fleming’s Yard, Newmains; 1924, Gospel Hall, Manse Rd., Newmains; by 1933, Gospel Hall, Bonkle Rd.
  • Mossend: fl. 1922.
  • Motherwell:
    • 1. Fl. 1847.
    • 2. Roman Rd.: f. 1868.
      • 1868, Hope Anderson’s house; 1868, 17 Watsonville Rows; 1875, Roman Road Hall, 14 Roman Rd.; 1949, Orange Hall, Milton St.; 1950, Roman Road Hall, 14 Roman Rd.
    • 3. Sheilds Rd.: f. 1908 fr. Roman Rd. Hall.
      • 1908, Shepherd’s Hall, Craigneuk; 1909, Shields Road Hall, Flemington.
    • 4. Hebron Hall: f. c.1911, fr. Hallelujah Hall.
      • By 1922, Hebron Hall, Camp St.
    • 5. Hallelujah Hall: 1953, mission hall recognised as assy; c.1963 disc.
      • 1953, Hallelujah Hall, Leslie St.
    • 6. Forgewood: f. 1960, outreach fr. Motherwell assys; 1993 disc.
      • Forgewood Gospel Hall, Frood St.
  • Muirhead: f. 1892, through B.m.; trans. Chryston c.1892, .
    • 1892, Mr Pirrie’s house, Muirhead; 1899, Evangelistic Hall, Chryston; 1957, Muirpark Gospel Hall, Chryston.
  • Netherburn: f. c. 1866.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall.
  • Newarthill:
    • 1. Fl. 1851.
    • 2. F. by 1878; disc. early 1990s.
      • By 1897, Young’s Hall, 221 High St.
  • Newmains:
    • 1. Ebenezer Hall, Wishaw: f. 11 March 1847 by members of Wishaw Evangelical Union Church; trans. Wishaw 1847; trans. Newmains c.1855; trans Wishaw, 1869; 1905 disc.
      • 1837, workshop, Newmains; 1869, Victoria Hall, Hill St. Wishaw.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: see Morningside.
  • New Lanark: fl. 1897.
  • New Stevenston:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1897, fr. Free Church mission hall; 1991 disc.
      • Daniel McCormick, Gardne’'s Land; c.1897, Old School; 1903, Gospel Hall, Bridge St.
    • 2. Assembly Hall: f. 1930s, fr. Gospel Hall.
      • c.1930, Masonic Hall, 240 Clydesdale St.; 1952, Assembly Hall, Woodside St.
  • Overtown: f. 5 August 1905, after evangelism.
    • 1905, Cooperative Hall; 1913, Gospel Hall, Bentfoot Rd.
  • Plains: f.1882, after evangelism.
    • 1882, James Wardrop's house; by 1922, Gospel Hall; by 1933, Elim Hall.
  • Quarter: fl. 1921 (f.), after mission.
  • Rosebank: fl. 1867.
  • Roughrigg: f. 1873; after 1888 disc.
  • Rutherglen:
    • 1. Fl. 1848.
    • 2. Hebron Hall: f. 1864; disc. 1982.
      • By 1897, 671/2 Cathcart St.; by 1904, Ebenezer Hall; by 1922, Masonic Hall, Queen St.; 1927, Masonic Hall, Cathcart Rd; 1929, Hebron Hall, King St.
    • 3. Arunah Hall: f. 1925 by B.m.
      • 1925, Araunah Hall, 2 Hawthorn Walk, Burnside.
  • Salsburgh:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. by 1882; early C20 disc.
      • Gospel Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. early 1920s as mission hall; 1935, formed assy.
      • 1935, Mission Hall (later Gospel Hall); 1950, Gospel Hall,
  • Shotts: trans. to Churches of God, c.1892–4.
    • 1. Dykehead: fl. c.1897–1904.
    • 2. 1902, fr. mission hall; disc. 2000.
      • 1929, Gospel Hall.
  • Stonefield: fl. 1916.
  • Stonehouse: f. c.1872; disc. c.1981.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall; 1907, Gospel Hall, Hill Rd.
  • Strathaven:
    • 1. Bowesite assy: fl. 1854.
    • 2. Strathaven E.C.: f. 1862 after mission.
      • 1862, Sandknowe; 1876, Gospel Hall (1990, Strathaven E. C.), Letham Rd.
  • Tannochside: f. 1934, after mission.
  • Thornliebank: f. 1902 after mission; disc. 1938.
    • Mission Hall; 1921, Guild Hall, Main St.
  • Uddingston: f. c.1895
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall, Royal Bank Buildings; Gospel Hall, Main St; 1945, Union Hall, Crofthead St.
  • Viewpark:
    • 1. fl. 1961; f. 1961.
      • 1961, Burnhead Primary School, Juniper Rd.
    • 2. Viewpark: f. 1992 after evangelism; to Bellshill.
  • Wattstown: fl. 1907; disc. c.1907.
  • West Benhar: f. 1888; disc. after 1904.
    • By 1897, Meeting Room.
  • Wilsontown: see Haywood.
  • Wishaw:
    • 1. Victoria Hall: see Newmains
    • 2. F. c.1850; united with Newmains c.1855.
    • 3. Ebenezer Hall: f. c.1904.
      • In 1904, Cooperative Hall, Russell St; 1907, Ebenezer Hall, Young St.,Wishaw.

GLASGOW

  • Anniesland:
    • 1. Anniesland Hall: f. 1868 as Anniesland Christian Association; 1942 formed assy.
      • 1908, Anniesland Hall, 1601 Great Western Road; 1989, Anniesland Hall, 796 Crow Rd.
    • 2. West Glasgow New Church: f. 1989, fr. Anniesland Hall.
      • 1989, West Glasgow New Church, primary school; 1992, Anniesland College.
  • Bridgeton:
    • 1. Ebenezer Hall: f. by 1876; disc. 1976.
      • In 1876, James St; 1903, Ebenezer Hall, 41 Dalmarnock Rd; 1922, Mordaunt Hall, 30 Mordaunt St; 1926, Ebenezer Hall, 32 Landressey St; 1964, Ebenezer Hall, George Lyon Memorial Hall, 60 Holywell St.
    • 2. See Dalmarnock 1.
    • 3. Gospel Hall: 1942, mission hall formed assy; disc. 1951.
      • 1942, Gospel Hall, 1059 London Rd.
  • Camlachie:
    • 1. Camlachie Assembly: fl. 1866–7.
    • 2. Lyon Hall: f. c.1873 as Camlachie Carters’ Mission; 1890s formed assy; disc. 1962.
      • By 1904, Lyon Hall, East Hope St; 1930, George Lyon Memorial Hall, 60 Holywell St.
  • Cathcart:
    • 1. Homelea Hall: f. 1911, fr. Elim Hall, Crosshill; disc. 1930.
      • 1913, Cathcart Unionist Association Rooms; Gospel Hall (1917, Holmlea Hall), 1 Clarkston Rd.
    • 2. Co-operative halls: f. 1914; 1917 united with Homelea Hall, Cathcart.
      • 1915, Co-operative Halls, Cathcart.
  • City:
    • 1. Fl. 1843: John Bowes found 'two meetings in Glasgow'.
    • 2. Bowesite assy: f. 23 October 1850; 1851, trans. Cowcaddens; disc. after 1855.
      • 1850, Central Temperance Hall; 1851, Mechanics Institute, Cowcaddens.
    • 3. West Campbell St. Hall: f. 1860; disc after 1882.
      • 1860, Blythswood Hall, West Campbell St.
    • 4. Bell’s Hall: fl. 1863–6.
      • 1863, Painter's Hall, 34 Hutcheson St; 1865, Plasterers' Hall, 74 Trongate; 1866, Bell's Hall, Trongate.
    • 5. Blackfriar’s St.: fl. 1863–8.
      • City Hall, Candleriggs; 1866, Blackfriar's St.
    • 6. Annfield St., Gallowgate: f. 1866; 1874, trans Gallowgate; disc. after 1904.
      • 1866, Low Green St.; 1866, Tontine Halls, Trongate; Saltmarket St; 1870, 12 Hutcheson St; 1874, Gospel Hall, 34 Nelson St (later readdressed as Millerston St.); Gospel Hall, Sword St; 1886, Gospel Hall, 13 Young St.; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Barrack St.; 1902, Gospel Hall, 13 Young St.; by 1904, Annfield Hall, 609 Gallowgate; 1905, Wesleyan St.
    • 7. Union Hall: f. 1860s; disc. 1970.
      • 1860s, Hope Hall, 61 Renfrew St; Clarendon Hall; 1889, Union Hall, West Graham St.
    • 8. New Central Tabernacle: f. 1923; disc. c.1928.
      • 1923, New Central Tabernacle, George St.
    • 9. City Temple: f. 1923, City Temple mission formed assy; 1945 disc.
      • 1924, City Temple Hall, 73 Bedford St.
  • Cowcaddens: see City, Bowesite assy.
  • Craigton: f. 1943; disc.
    • 1943, Craigton Gospel Hall, 7 Cemetry Rd.
  • Crosshill:
    • 1. Fl. 1876 (f.).
      • 1876, Queen's Park Rooms, Victoria Rd.
    • 2. Elim Hall: f. 29 October 1882; disc. 1991.
      • 1882, 22 Allison St; 1890, Ellm Hall (1983, Crosshill E.C.), 5 Prince Edward St.
  • Dalmarnock:
    • 1. Gospel HaIl: fl. 1897–1904.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall, 179 Mordaunt St., Dalmarnock; in 1904, Gospel Hall, Landressey St., Bridgeton.
    • 2. Baltic Hall: f. 1911; disc. 1958.
      • By 1914, Baltic Hall, 518 Baltic St.
  • Dennistoun: f. c.1873 as mission; 1887 formed assy.
    • c.1873, McLachlan’s Hall, Gateside St; 1887, Porch Hall, East Miller St; 1986, Gospel Hall, Finlay Dr.
  • Drumchapel: fl. 1959 after evangelism; f. 1959.
    • 1959, Gospel Hall, 10 Invercanny Pl.
  • Eglinton:
    • 1. Buchanan Ct: f. 1874; disc. 1890s.
      • 1874, Buchanan Court Hall, 83, Eglinton St.
    • 2. Eglinton Hall: f. 1892, fr. Buchanan Ct. Hall; disc. 1946.
      • 1892, Eglinton Hall, 11 Eglinton St; 1906, Wellcroft Halls, Margaret St; 1932, Wellcroft Halls, Peebles St.
    • 3. Cumberland Hall: f. by 1908; disc. 1916.
      • By 1908, Cumberland Hall, Cumberland St.
  • Finnieston:
    • 1. Marble Hall: f. 1865 after evangelism; disc. 1925.
      • 1860, Marble Hall 85 Dumbarton Rd; Marble Hall (readdressed as 927 Argyle St.); 1907, Albany Hall, 534 Sauchiehall St; 1915, Albany Hall (1921, renamed Marble Hall), 893 Argyle St.
    • 2. Claremont Hall: f. 1930; 1948, united with Hebron Hall, Kelvinside North.
      • 1930, Claremont Hall, 943 Argyle St.
  • Gallowgate:
    • 1. Nelson St.: fl. 1866–7
      • In 1867, Nelson St. (later readdressed as Millerston St.).
    • 2. Annfield Hall: see City 6.
    • 3. Tylefield Assembly: f. c.1890; disc. 1974.
      • c.1890, Wesleyan Hall, 88 Wesleyan St; 1905, Gospel Hall, 18 Tylefield St; 1920, Tylefield Hall, 8 East John St; 1923, Tylefield Hall, Campbellfield Halls, 87 Campbellfield St; 1927, Tylefield Hall, 733 Gallowgate; 1939, Tylefield Gospel Hall, 39 Bellfield St; 1941, Campbellfield Halls, Campbellfield St.; 1949, Tylefield Hall, 729 Gallowgate.
  • Garngad: f. 1889 as mission hall; 1892, formed assy.; disc. 1945.
    • Gospel Hall, 28 Turner St.
  • Garscube: fl. 1903; 1908 to Round Toll, Possilpark.
    • Garscube Hall, 243 Garscube Rd; 1908, Round Toll Hall, 14 Possil Rd.
  • Gorbals:
    • 1. Fl. 186-
    • 2. Cathcart Rd: by 1882; disc. 1930.
      • By 1882, Gospel Hall, 9 Cathcart Rd; 1919, Gospel Hall, 115 Cathcart Rd.
  • Govan:
    • 1. Bethesda Hall: f. 1874, fr. Marble Hall, Finnieston; disc. c. 2017.
      • By 1881, Gospel Hall, 4 Helen St; by 1888, Gospel Hall, 3 Graham St.; 1906, Bethesda Hall, Holmfauldhead Dr., Linthouse.
    • 2. Fl. 1888, fr. Bethesda Hall.
    • 3. Harmony Hall: f. by 1889; disc. 1938.
      • By 1889, Harmony Hall, 53 Harmony Row; by 1904, Harmony Hall, 47 Harmony Row; 1918, St. Gabriel’s Hall, Greenfield St; 1921, Cardell Halls, Govan Cross; 1925, Harmony Hall, 47&9 Shaw St.
    • 4. Fl. 1900 fr. Bethesda Hall.
    • 5. Graham St.: 1909 mission hall formed assy.; disc. 1913.
      • 1909, Gospel Hall, 3 Graham St.
    • 6. Whitefield Hall: f. 1926; disc. 1944.
      • 1926, Cardell Halls, Govan Cross; 1926, Whitefield Hall, 423 Govan Rd; 1931, Whitefield Hall, 65 Carmichael St.
      • 7. Parkholm Hall: see Paisley Rd.
  • Govanhill:
    • 1. Preston Hall: f. by 1904; disc. 1919.
      • By 1904, Gospel Hall, Preston St; by 1910, Preston Hall, Smith St; 1912, Preston Hall, 100 Batson St.
    • 2. Hermon Hall: f. 1904 after evangelism; 1920, affiliated to the Baptist Union of Scotland.
      • 1904, Hermon Hall, 294 Cathcart Rd.
    • 3. Victoria Hall: f. 1917, fr. Hermon Hall.
      • 1917, Dixon Halls; 1924, Victoria Hall, 163 Langside Rd.
  • Ibrox: f. 1903; disc. 1920.
    • 1903, Salem Hall, 159 Brand St.
  • Kelvinside North: f. by 1886; trans. Maryhill 1961.
    • Gospel Hall, Abingdon St; 1886, Hebron Hall, 393 New City Rd; 1889, Hebron Hall, 567 New City Rd; c.1904, Hebron Hall, 10 Wilton St; 1950, Hebron Hall, 16 Wilton St; 1961, Hebron Hall Eastpark (c. 2010, Maryhill Gospel Hall), Avenue Park St., Eastpark.
  • Keppochhill: f. 1908; disc. 1956.
    • 1908, Keppochhill Rd.; 1909, Gospel Hall, 314 Keppochhill Rd.
  • King's Park: f. 1932 through B.m; disc. 1982.
    • 1932, King's Park Hall, 132 King's Bridge Dr; 1940, Assembly Hall, 566 Castlemilk Rd., Crowfoot; 1963, Assembly Hall, 564 Castlemilk Rd.
  • Knightswood: f. 1929 through B.m.; disc.
    • 1929, Band Hall, Knightswood Rd; 1932, Gospel Hall, Knightswood Cross.
  • Linthouse: see Govan, Bethesda Hall.
  • Maryhill:
    • 1. Eastpark: by 1877; 1961 united with Hebron Hall, North Kelvinside (now Maryhill Gospel Hall).
      • 1877, Maryhill Rd; 1879, 32 Kelvinside Ave; by 1897, Conservative Hall, Barrack St.; 1909, Eastpark Hall, Avenuepark St.
    • 2. Wyndford Hall f. by 1897; disc. 1961.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall, Lochburn Rd.; by 1904, Burgh Hall, Lochburn Rd; 1905, Wyndford Hall; 1915, Wyndford Hall, 167 Wyndford St; 1947, Wyndford Hall, 1491 Maryhill Rd.
  • Nitshill: f. 1962, after evangelism; trans. Glasgow City Mission c.1972.
    • 1950, South Nitshill E.C.
  • Oatlands: f. 26 February 1882; disc. 1975.
    • 1. 1882, Wolsely Hall, Wolsely St; 1897, Wolsely Hall, 434 Rutherglen Rd; 1930, Wolsely Hall, 21 Braehead St.
    • 2. Mathieson St. Hall, fl. 1907; disc. 1907.
      • In 1907, Mathieson St.
  • Paisley Rd: f. 1876; trans. Govan 1947; disc.
    • By 1904, Parkholm Hall, 364 Paisley Rd; 1947, Parkholm Hall, 65 Carmichael St.
  • Parkhead:
    • 1. Parkhead church: fl. 1864.
    • 2. Hope Hall: f. 1886; disc. 1939.
      • 1886, 12 Ewing Pl; 1887, Hope Hall, 578 Old Edinburgh Rd; by 1897, Gt. Eastern Public Hall, 687 Gt. Eastern Rd.; 1904, Hope Hall, 458 Westmuir St; 1914, Masonic Hall, Quarrybrae St.
    • 3. Gospel Hall: f. 1896; 1902 united with Hope Hall.
      • 1896, Gospel Hall, 360 Westmuir St; 1908, Gospel Hall, 1357 Duke St., Parkhead Cross.
    • 4. Parkhead Assembly: f. 1925, fr. Masonic Hall assy; 1992 disc.
      • 1925, Ewing Pl. Assembly, 15 Ewing Pl; 1950, Parkhead Gospel Hall, 239 Westmuir St.
  • Partick:
    • 1. Abingdon Hall: f. 1874 fr. Marble Hall, Finnieston; disc. c.2000.
      • 1874, 10 Orchard St; 1881, Ewing Hall, Crawford St; 1891, Abingdon Hall, Stewartville St.
    • 2. Thornwood Hall: 1948, mission hall formed assy; disc.
      • 1948, Thornwood Hall, Thornwood Ave.
  • Plantation:
    • 1. Harley St: f. 7 February 1915.
      • 1915, Gospel Hall, 66 Eaglesham St; 1916, Gospel Hall, 41 Craigiehall St; 1934, Gospel Hall, 33 Plantation St; 1970, Gospel Hall, Harley St.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1921; disc. 1935.
      • 1921, Gospel Hall, 66 Eaglesham St.
    • 3. Sharon Hall: 1937, Plantation Gospel Tabernacle formed assy; disc. 1940.
      • 1937, Sharon Hall, 20 Lambhill St., Plantation.
  • Pollokshaws: f. 1874; affiliated to FIEC, 2018.
    • 1874, Templars' Hall; 1876, Gospel Hall, New St., Cogan St; 1920, Greenbank Hall, Greenbank St; 1934, Greenview Hall (now Greenview E.C.), 1439 Pollokshaws Rd.
  • Possilpark:
    • 1. Round Toll Assembly: f. 1888 after mission; united with Union Hall, West Graham St. 1926.
      • 1888, Round Toll Hall, 25 Possilpark; by 1890, Round Toll Hall, 243 Garscube Rd; 1893, Camperdown Hall, 18 Camperdown St; 1893, Round Toll Hall, 14 Possil Rd.; 1903 to Garscube Hall.
    • 2. Balmore Hall: f. 1910 after mission; disc. c.1960s.
      • 1910, Pioneer Tent Hall (1911, renamed Balmore Hall), 26 Balmore Rd; 1934, Gospel Hall, 5 Sunnylaw St.
  • Sandyhills: see Shettleston, Shiloh Hall and Tabernacle Gospel Hall.
  • Shawlands: f. 6 June 1909 through B.m.
    • 1909, Shawlands Hall; 1909, Albert Hall, Skirving St; 1989, Tinto Primary School, Tinto Rd.; 1994, 51 Netherauldhouse E.C. (c.2018, Auldhouse Community Church), Netheraulhouse Rd.
  • Shettleston:
    • 1. Shiloh Hall: f. 1884; 1972, united with Tabernacle Gospel Hall; 1972, trans. Sandyhills.
      • By 1897, Cathkin Place Hall; by 1904, Gospel Hall, Wellshot Rd; by 1908, Shiloh Hall, William St; 1922, Shiloh Hall, 21 Ardholm St; 1972, Sandyhills Gospel Hall, 155 Amulree St., Sandyhills.
    • 2. Fl. 1904–5
      • Co-operative Hall, Gladstone Pl.; 1905 William St., Shettleston.
    • 3. The Tabernacle: f. c.1904 as mission hall; formed assy 1938.
      • Tabernacle Gospel Hall, 242 Old Shettleston Rd.
  • Springburn:
    • 1. Springburn Assembly: f. 1881 through B.m.
      • 1881, Gospel Hall, 30 Millerbank St; 1884, Gospel Hall, 37 Cowlairs Rd; 1902, Gospel Hall, Hillside (1924, readdressed as Hillkirk) Place.
    • 2. Fl. 1907; f. 1907, fr. Springburn Baptist Church.
      • 1907, Valleyfield Hall, Valleyfield St.
  • Thornliebank:
    • 1. South Glasgow Church: f. c.2015 fr. Netherauldhouse E.C.
    • 2. Thorntree Hall, 35-41 Main St, Thornliebank, Glasgow G46 7SF.
  • Townhead:
    • 1. Townhead Assembly: f. 1875 after mission; disc. 1965.
      • Townhead Gospel Hall, 148 Taylor St; 1888, Townhead Gospel Hall, 43 Mason St; c.1897, Inner Court Hall, 152 Parliamentary Rd; 1906, Townhead Gospel Hall, 45 Rottenrow.
    • 2. Neil Hall: f. by 1913; disc. 1931.
      • By 1922, Neil Hall, Parliamentary Rd.
  • Whiteinch: f. 1902; disc. 1986.
    • 1902, Summerfield Hall, The Cross; Burgh Hall; 1904, Summerfield Hall, Smith St.

DUNBARTONSHIRE

  • Alexandria:
    • 1. Fl. 1851.
    • 2. Ebenezer Hall: c.1875; disc. 1981.
      • Co-operative Hall; 1888, Leckie's Hall, Random St; 1910, Ebenezer Hall, Mitchell St; 1948, Ebenezer Hall, Susannah St.
  • Bearsden: f. c.1885, by B.m.; 1892/3, trans. Milngavie.
    • Wm. Philip's house, Bearsden; 1892/3, West End Hall, Milngavie; by 1897, Allander Hall; 1907, Burgh Hall; c.1908, Allander Hall; 1925, Allander Hall (later Allander E.C.).
  • Clydebank:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. c.1882.
      • 1886, 4 Elgin Pl; by 1897, Gospel Hall, High St.; by 1904, McWhirter’s Hall; 1909, Gospel Hall, Chalmers St.; 1914, Gospel Hall, Lesser Town Hall; by 1922, Whitecrook Hall; 1922, Gospel Hall, Miller St; 1941, Hermon Hall, 525, Dumbarton Rd., Dalmuir; by 1933, Gospel Hall, Miller St.
    • 2. Hope Hall: fl. 1901 (f.).
      • 1901, Hope Hall, 136 Kilbowie Rd.
    • 3. Victoria Hall: f. 1913 by evangelism; disc. 1995.
      • 1913, Victoria Hall, 50 Second Ave., Radnor Park; 1923, Victoria Hall, Crown Ave; 1941, Hermon Hall, 525 Dumbarton Rd., Dalmuir; 1948, Victoria Hall, Janetta St. School, Radnor Park; 1960, Victoria Hall, Shelley St.
    • 4. Hermon Hall: f. 1931; united with Gospel Hall and Victoria Hall 1941
      • 1931; YMCA Hall; Dalmuir; 1932, Hermon Hall, 525 Dumbarton Rd., Dalmuir.
  • Dumbarton: f. 1865.
    • 1865, John Miller, 67 Clyde St; High St; Co-operative Hall; Wallace St; c.1893, Gospel Hall, Risk St; 1900, Gospel Hall, Bridge St; 1974, Aitkenbar Primary School; 1974 Lennox E.C., Risk St.
  • Helensburgh: 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.
  • Kirkintilloch: f. 1884.
    • South Bank Rd; by 1895, 109 Townhead; 1896/7, Gospel Hall, 71 East Side; 1932, Studio, 57 Cowgate; 1932, Temperance Hall; 1933, Gospel Hall, Luggiebank Rd; 1939, Gospel Hall, Townhead; 1992, Riverside Gospel Church (c.2019, Home Church), Lammermoor Rd.
  • Milngavie: see Bearsden.
  • Old Kilpatrick: f. 1914 after mission; disc.
    • 1914, Hall.
  • Renton: f. 1868; disc. after 1904.
    • By 1888, Gospel Hall, Back St; by 1904, Masonic Hall.

RENFREWSHIRE

  • Barrhead: f. 1884, by B.m.
    • 1. 1884, Gospel Hall, Springhill Rd; by 1902, 1 Henry St. 1902, Gospel Hall, Chappell St.
    • 2. Fl. 1902, Burgh Hall; 1902, united with Gospel Hall.
  • Bishopton: f. 1977 by B.m.
    • 1977, Community Centre; 1985, Gospel Hall, 12 Greenock Rd.
  • Bridge of Weir: f. c.1898, fr. Gryffe Grove Mission Hall.
    • c.1898, Hope Hall; 1979, new hall.
  • Busby: f. 1891.
    • 1891, Old School Room; 1905, Hall, Main St; 1910, Hall;c.1922, Gospel Hall (Cartsbridge E.C.), Cartsbridge Rd.
  • Elderslie:
    • 1. F. 1908; disc. 1913.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. c.1922; disc. 1994.
      • c.1922, Gospel Hall, 216 Main St; 1956, Gospel Hall, Byars Rd.
  • Gourock: f. 1887, fr. Octavia Hall, Greenock.
    • 1887, Bridge Hall; 1888, Hall, Shore St; by 1897, 4 Bath St; 1914, Lesser Hall, 10 John St.; 1923, Bethany Hall, Royal St; 1950, Bethany Hall, 6 Broomberry Dr; 1968, Bethany Hall, 35 Kempock St, Granny Kempock Lane; 1969, Bethany Hall, Drumshantie Rd.
  • Greenock:
    • 1. Ardgowan Sq. E.C.: f. 1866.
      • Thomas Black, 73 Nicolson St; Gospel Hall, 22 Hamilton St; 1874, Gospel Hall, Waverly Lane, 29 Westburn St; 1880, Octavia Hall, West Blackhall St; 1888, Caledonia Hall, Westburn St.; 1905, John St. Hall; c.1938, Cruden Hall, 2 Ann St; 1977, Ardgowan Square E.C.
    • 2. Bogston Hall: f. 1915, fr. Old Town Hall, Port Glasgow; disc. 1968.
      • 1915, Bogston Gospel Hall, 66 Port Glasgow Rd.
  • Johnstone:
    • 1. Ebenezer Hall: f. by 1892; continues as Dimity Street Church.
      • By 1895, Ebenezer Hall, Rankine St; 1904, Ebenezer Hall, High St.; 1917, Masonic Hall, Collier St.; 1960, Orange Hall, Rankine St; 1973, Ebenezer Hall, back of shops, Quarry St; 1982, Ebenezer Hall, Dimity St.
    • 2. Dimity St.: f. 1907 as Johnstone Evangelistic Association; formed assy 1925; united with Ebenezer Hall, 1982.
      • 1907, Gospel Hall, Dimity St.
  • Howwood: (?) disc. 1946.
    • By 1897, Dreadnought Hall.
  • Kilbarchan: f. 1884.
    • 1884, Memorial Hall, Steeple Sq.
  • Kilmacolm: f. 1887, after evangelism.
    • 1887, Market St. Hall; 1907, Gospel Hall, Market Pl., Gilburn Rd.
  • Linwood: 1904, Linwood Gospel Mission formed assy.
    • 1904, Band Hall; c.1907, Gospel Hall, Bridge St.
  • Lochwinnoch: f. c.1886; disc. 1982.
    • 1898, Eagle Hall, High St; 1927, Gospel Hall, 26 Calder St.
  • Neilston: f. 1854-5; disc. c.1980.
    • By 1855, Masons’ Hall; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Holehouse.
  • Newton Mearns:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1886; after 1897 disc.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall, High St.
    • 2. Maple E.C: f. 1930; disc. 1991.
      • 1930, Gospel Hall, 65 Main St; 1931, Gospel Hall, 25 Main St; 1971, Maple E. C., Maple Ave.
  • Paisley:
    • 1. Bowesite assembly, fl. 1848.
    • 2. Kilnside E.C. f. 1867; to OB c.1873.
      • 1867, George Ross's house; Railway Hall; Tannahill Hall; Moss St., Bethany Gospel Hall, 2 New St.; 1894, Cumberland Hall, Laigh Kirk Lane, Causeyside St., 1928, Gospel Hall, Shuttle St.; 1985, Kilnside E.C., Kilnside Rd.
    • 3. Bethany Hall: f. by 1897.
      • By 1897, Bethany Hall, 40 New St.; 1909, Bethany Hall; 1924, Oddfellows Hall, 12 New St.; 1930, Orange Hall, Castle St.
    • 4. Bethany Hall: f. 1919 fr. Bethany Hall; disc. after 1962.
      • 1919, Liberal Club Hall, High St; 1922, Wellmeadow Gospel Hall, Wellmeadow St; 1962, Bethany Hall, Queen St.
  • Port Glasgow:
    • 1. Old Town Hall: f. c.1874; united with Falconer St. Hall, 1941; disc. 1999.
      • By 1897, Old Town Hall, King St.
    • 2. Hebron Hall: f. c.1928, fr. Old Town Hall.
      • c.1928, Falconer St. Hall; Temperance Institute; 1957, Hebron Hall, 41 Princes St.
  • Renfrew:
    • 1. F. by 1886
      • 1886, 11 Fulbar St; 1889, Shiloh Hall, Canal St;
    • 2. Albert Hall: f. c.1900.
      • 1908, Masonic Hall, High St; 1914/5, Albert Hall (now Albert E.C.), Albert Rd.
  • Moorpark: fl. 1914–20.
    • Kirk Hall; 1914, Gospel Hall, 164 Paisley Rd., Moorpark.

AYRSHIRE & BUTE

  • Annbank: f. 1883.
    • Private houses; c.1890, Old School Room; 1922, Gospel Hall, Brown's Crescent; 1969, Gospel Hall, 1 School Brae
  • Ayr:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1864
      • By 1888, Clune's Vennel Hall; 1889, Gospe1 Hall, James St; 1923, Gospel Hall, James St (new site); 1988, Gospel Hall, 125 Prestwick Rd.
    • 2. F. late 1860s, fr. Ayr 1; united with Gospel Hall 1874.
    • 3. Riverside E.C.: f. 1908, fr. Gospel Hall.
      • 1908, Masonic Hall; 1912, Victoria Hall, 117 Main St; 1947, River St Mission; 1952, Victoria Hall, (1978, Riverside E.C.), John St.
    • 4. Woodpark E.C.: f. 1970, fr. Victoria Hall.
      • 1970, Woodpark Gospel Hall, Belmont; 1975, Woodpark E.C., Woodpark, South Belmont.
  • Ardrossan: f. 1888; disc. 2001.
    • 1888, John Borland's house; 1888, Assembly Hall, Bute Pl; 1891, Good Templars’ Halls, Glasgow St; 1918, Town Hall; by 1933, Good Templars’ Hall, Glasgow St.; by 1951, Gospel Hall, Glasgow St.
  • Auchinleck: f. 1872/6.
    • 1872/6, James Finnie, Coal Rd.; Tailor Stewart’s shop, Main St; Gospel Hall, Square; 1894, Milligan’s Hall; 1901, Gospel Hall, 1 Park Rd.
  • Ballochmyle: f. 1891; disc. 1929.
    • By 1922, Gospel Hall, Ballochmyle Rows.
  • Barkip: f. 1906, fr. Kilbirnie; united with Glengarnock 1936.
    • Gospel Hall.
  • Barrmill: f. 1902, fr. Beith; disc mid-1950s.
    • 1902, Gospel Hall, Barrmill
  • Beith:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. c.1890 fr. Kilbirnie; disc. c.1904
      • By 1897, Temperance Lesser Hall, New St.; by 1900, Gospel Hall, The Strand; by 1904, Temperance Lesser Hall, New St.
    • 2. Bethany Hall: f. 1922, fr. Barrmill; disc. 1995
      • Bethany Hall, New St; 1961, Bethany Hall, 2 Kirk Rd.
  • Burnfoothill: f. by 1874; 1951, trans. Patna.
    • 1951, U.F. Church Hall, Patna; by 1990, Ebenezer Hall, Main St., Patna
  • Catrine: f. c.1885; disc. 1978.
    • By 1897, Wilson’s Hall; by 1936, Ballochmyle Hall; 1936, Gospel Hall, Wood St.
  • Crosshill: f. 1902, after mission.
    • By 1904, Gospel Hall, the Square; 1932, Gospel Hall, Kirkmichael Rd.
  • Crosshouse: see Plann
  • Cumnock (Old):
    • 1. Bowesite assy: f. c.1846; disc. mid-C19.
      • Ivie Campbell, Dalgig; Miss Paterson’s house, Cumnock.
    • 2. F. by 1892; after 1911 disc.
      • By 1897, Town Hall.
    • 3. Gospel Hall: f. 1920 after mission.; disc, 1995.
      • By 1922, Town Hall; 1928, Craighead Hall, Glaisnock St.; 1935, Gospel Hall, 4 The Square.
  • Dailly: f.c.1881; disc. 1973
    • c.1881, James Rollie’s house; 1888, Evangelistic Hall; Lesser Hall; 1909, Evangelistic Hall, Greenhead St.
  • Dalmellington:
    • 1. f. 1866.
      • 1866, private house;
    • 2. Bethany Hall: f. 1870 after mission.
      • 1870, David Smith’s house; 1876, Gospel Hall (by 1897, Victoria Hall); 1920, Bethany Hall, Main St; 1934, Bethany Hall, 10 New St.
  • Dalry:
    • 1. Townend: f. 1864; 1913 united with North St.
      • 1864, Samuel Dodd’s house; by 897, Victoria Hall; 1902, Gospel Hall, Townend St.
    • 2. North St.: f. by 1908.
      • Good Templars’ Hall; 1908, Lesser Public Hall; 1911, Gospel Hall, North St.
    • 3. Townend: f. 1961, fr. North St; disc.1990.
      • 1961, Gospel Hall, Townend.
  • Darvel:
    • 1. F. 1846, fr. E.U. Church; disc. c.1852.
    • 2. F. 1880; disc. late 1950s.
      • By 1897, Gospel Hall, West Main St.; by 1904, The Institute Class Room, Ranoldscap Rd.
  • Dreghorn:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. c.1870; c.1907united with Ebenezer Hall.
      • 1887, 44 Warwick Hill Rows; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Iron Room, Milton Rd;
    • 2. Ebenezer Hall: see Springside.
  • Drongan: f. by 1885.
    • By 1904, Gospel Hall; by 1983, Hardwicke Hall
  • Dunlop: f. late 1910s by B.m; disc.1925.
    • William Arnot's house.
  • Galston: f. 1871.
    • 1871, Robert Blane's house; Hall, Old Manse Close; by 1878, Co-operative Hall, Titchfield St; c.1879, Evangelistic Hall, Henrietta St; 1897, Evangelistic Hall (now Gospel Hall), Glebedykes Rd.
  • Glenbuck: f. 1887; disc. 1954.
    • By 1897, The Wooden Room; by 1951, Gospel Hall.
  • Glengarnock: f. by 1891, fr. Kilbirnie; disc. 2012.
    • 1919, Orange Hall; 1922, Hebron Hall, 21 Grahamstone Ave.
  • Hurlford:
    • 1. Evangelistic Hall: f. 1877; disc.by 1904
      • 1888, New Evangelistic Hall.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1933 after mission; disc.1970s.
      • 1934, Masonic Hall, Riccarton Rd; 1954, Unionist Hut; 1960, Gospel Hall, Cessnock Rd.
    • 3. Bridgend Hall: fl. 1951.
      • 1951, Bridgend Hall.
  • Girvan: f. 1886, by B.m.; disc. 2019
    • 1886, James Barron's house; c.1892, Doune Park Hall; by 1897, Bihé Gospel Hall; 1903, Stair Park Gospel Hall, 32 Henrietta St.
  • Irvine: f. 1870.
    • 1870, Alex. Holmes' house; 1894, Evangelistic Hall, Waterside St; 1973, Anderson Drive Hall, Anderson Drive; 1978, Central Gospel Hall, 14-20 High St. Kilbirnie (f.1889).
  • Kilmarnock:
    • 1. Nelson St: f.1842; disc. c.1879.
      • Nelson St. school, Nelson St.
    • 2. Bowesite church, fl. 1847–1850.
      • Clerk St. School, Clerk St.
    • 3. Strand St. Hall (f. c.1870-1910); 1910, united with Waterloo Hall.
      • By 1872, Corn Exchange, Green St; by 1880, Crown Inn Hall, Cheapside St; by 1887 Gospel Hall, 8 Duke St; 1898, Strand Hall, Strand.
    • 4. Central E.C. (f. 1880) fr. Crown Inn Hall.
      • Temperance Hall; 1880, Evangelistic Hall, 8 Duke St; 1881, Temperance Hall, Queen St; Bethan Hall, Fowlds St; 1888 Waterloo Hall, Sturrock St; 1910 Wellington Hall; 1926, Temperance Hall, Sturrock St; 1929, Masonic Hall, London Rd; 1934, Central Hall (1989, Central E.C.), John Finnie St.
    • 5. Ebenezer Hall f. 1880; c.1898, united with Waterloo Hall.
      • Robertson' Temperance Hotel; Ebenezer Hall, The Strand.
    • 6. Elim Hall (f. 1926) fr. Wellington Hall.
      • 1926, Templar's Hall; 1927, Co-operative Hall, John Dickie St; 1931, Elim Hall, Princes St; 1979, Elim Hall, Cuthbert Place.
  • Kilmaurs: f.1920; disc. 1960s.
    • By 1922, Stewart's Hall; by 1933, Ebenezer Hall, Fenwick Rd.
  • Kilwinning: f. 1874.
    • 1874, Greenfoot School; 1892, Hall, The Green; 1895, Hall, Fergushill Rd; 1897, Co-operative Hall, Main St; 1902, Gospel Hall, Bridge End.
  • Knockentibber: see Plann.
  • Largs: f.1865 by B.m.
    • 1865, private house, Wilson St; by 1867, Bath St. Hall, Bath St; 1929, Brisbane Hall (1990s Brisbane E.C.), School St.
  • Lugar: fl. 1875–93.
  • Mauchline:
    • F. c. 1877; disc mid-1950s. By 1897, Lesser Templars’ Hall.
  • Maybole:
    • 1. f. 1877; disc. 1960s.
      • 1877, Robert Kennedy's house; c.1880, Society Row School, Society St.; 1913 (same site), Gospel Hall, Society St.
    • 2. Fl. 1895–7.
      • By 1895, Town Hall.
  • Millport
    • 1. F. 1887 (sometimes seasonal only); disc. after 1933.
      • By 1904, Lesser Town Hall; by 1933 Miss McAlister, 2 Miller St.
    • 2. St Andrew’s E.C.: 1934; seasonal until 1949; disc. 1990s.
      • 1934, Masonic Hall, Crawford St; 1948, Lesser Town Hall; 1954 St Andrew's Hall, George St. (by 1990, St Andrews E.C.).
  • Muirkirk: f. by 1878; disc. 1978.
    • 1894, Gospel Hall, Glasgow Rd.
  • New Cumnock:
    • 1. Pathhead: f. c.1882.
      • By 1897, Lesser Town Hall; 1905, Gospel Hall, Polquheys Rd., Pathhead; Rd.; 1958, Bridgend Hall, Burnfoot.
    • 2. Burnfoot: f. c.1893; 1956, united with Pathhead.
      • 1895, Gospel Hall, Burnfoot
    • 3. Bank Glen: f. 1897; 1956, united with Pathhead
      • 1898, Craig Bank Hall, Bank Glen; 1907, Bank Glen; 1922, Gospel Hut, Craigbank; by 1951, Ebenezer Hall, Bank Glen
  • Newmilns: f. 1878.
    • 1878, Nan Wagstaff, Greenholm; 1896, Gospel Hall, Drygate St; 1995, Townhead Gospel Hall, 141 Main St.
  • Ochiltree:
    • f. c.1915. disc. 1945.
  • Patna:
    • 1. Fl. 1904.
    • 2. F. 1918; disc. 1939.
    • 3. Ebenezer Hall: see Burnfoothill.
  • Plann: f. 1882; trans. Crosshouse 1966.
    • 1882, private houses; 1891, Gospel Hall, Southhook Row, Knockentibber; 1966, Gospel Hall, Annandale Gdns., Crosshouse.
  • Prestwick:
    • 1. Bute Hall: f. 1877.
      • 1887, Bute Hall; by 1897, Old Burgh Chambers; 1904, Bute Hall, 57 Main St.
    • 2. Glenburn: f. 1929, fr. Bute Hall.
      • 1929, Bethany Hall, Shaw Rd., Glenburn; 1959, rebuilt.
  • Rankinston: f. by 1879; disc. 1990s.
    • By 1897, School House, Little Mill; by 1904, Believers’ Hall, Plantation Row; 1905, Gospel Hall; 1941, Infant School House.
  • Rothesay:
    • 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.
  • Saltcoats:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1888; 1915 united with Bethany Hall.
      • 1888, Gospel Hall, Quay St. (by 1897, in summer Lesser Town Hall); 1911, Union Hall, Saracen St.; 1912, Old Templars’ Hall, Harbour St.
    • 2. Bethany Hall: f. 1896; disc. 1994.
      • 1896, Bethany Assembly, Green St; 1899, Union Hall, Union St; by 1922, Bethany Hall, Green St; Masonic Hall; 1931, Bethany Hall, YMCA Hall, Vernon St; 1966, Bethany Hall, Ailsa Rd.
    • 3. Ebenezer Hall: f. by 1911; disc. 1953.
      • Albert Hall; 1911, Masonic Hall, Bradshaw St; 1922, Ebenezer Hall, Chapelwell St.
  • Skelmorlie: fl. 1887 (f.) after mission.
    • In 1889, Innes Park Buildings.
  • Springside: f. c. 1884; trans Dreghorn; 1894 trans Springside; 1904 trans. Dreghorn.
    • Springside; Six Rows, Dreghorn; 1894, Reading Room, Springside; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Kirkland Row, Springside; Crown Hall, Springside; 1904, Ebenezer Hall, 100 Main St., Dreghorn.
  • Stevenston:
    • 1. Loan Hall: f. c.1864; 2004, united with Bethany Hall.
      • By 1897, Loan Hall; 1929, Loan Hall, YMCA Hall Main St; c.1930, Loan Hall, Alexander Pl.; by 1983, Loan Hall (2004 renamed Stevenston Christian Fellowship), 7 Townhead St.
    • 2. Bethany Hall: f. c.1906, fr. Loan Hall; 2004 united with Loan Hall.
      • 1907, Bethany Hall, New St; by 1951, Bethany Hall, 23 Station Rd.
    • 3. Hayocks: f. c.1930, fr. Loan Hall.
      • c.1930, Gilgal Assembly, YMCA Hall, Main St; 1947, Gospel Hall, Hayocks Rd (readdressed as Craigdene Dr.).
  • Stewarton: f. c.1898; disc. after 1910.
    • In 1904, The Avenue Square.
  • Tarbolton:
    • 1. Mr Gibson’s: (seasonal only): c.1880–1900.
      • Alex. Gibson, nurseryman.
    • 2. Fl. 1919 (f.).
    • 3. Gospel Hall: f. 1922, fr. Annbank; disc. 1999; recommenced, 1999.
      • 1935, Gospel Hall, Montgomerie St; 1988, Gospel Hall, Montgomery St (new site).
  • Troon: f. late 1868.
    • 1868, Miss Pearson, The Cross; 1872, Hall, 17 Academy St; 1900, Bethany Hall, West Portland St; c.1916, Unionist Halls; c.1919, Bethany Hall (1992, Seagate E.C.), West Portland St.
  • Trabboch: f. 1900; disc. c.1945.
    • By 1922, Reading Room
  • Waterside: fl. 1895–7 (f. 1895).
    • By 1897, Public School.
  • West Kilbride: f. 1914 after mission; disc. 1954.
    • 1913, Lesser Hall, Christian Institute; 1924, Masonic Hall, Arthur St; Lesser Town Hall; 1928, Masonic Hall, Arthur St.

DUMFRIES & GALLOWAY

(Dumfriesshire, Wigtonshire & Kirkcudbrightshire)

  • Aird: f. c.1881; disc. c.1917.
    • William Erskine’ house.
  • Annan:
    • 1. See Lowtherton
    • 2. Central Hall: f. 1907; disc after 1913.
      • Central Hall, Main St., Annan.
  • Castle Douglas: f. 1891, after mission.
    • 1891, Meeting Room; 1933, Trinity Hall, Crossmichael Rd; Trinity Hall, Academy St; 1963, Blackpark Rd.; 1967, Gospel Hall, St Andrews St.
  • Creetown: f. c.1874.
    • 1887, Waverly Hall, St John St.; 1897, Foresters’ Hall, Harbour St.; 1974, Greenview E.C., Duke St.
  • St John’s Town of Dalry: fl. 1897.
  • Dumfries:
    • 1. Fl. 1891.
      • In 1891, Gospel Hall, High St.; 1896, Dickson’s Hall, Standard Office Close; 1900, Lesser Masonic Hall, George St.; 1903, Mechanics' Institute, Nith Pl.; 1911, Lower Masonic Hall; 1917, Bethany Gospel Hall, Assembly St.
  • Drummore: f. c.1883; disc. 1970s.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall.
  • Eastriggs: see Lowtherton.
  • Gatehouse of Fleet: f. by 1889; disc. 1940s.
    • By 1897, Cross St.
  • Glenluce: f. c.1887
    • c.1887, William Carson’s house; 1907, North St. Hall.
  • Gretna:
    • 1. F. 1917; disc. 1920.
      • N1 West.
    • 2. F. 1969 after evangelism; disc. c.1980.
  • Kirkconnel: f. 1910, by B.m.
    • 1910, private house, Main St; 1910, Public Hall; 1914, Gospel Hall, Needle St.
  • Kirkcowan: f. 1892, after evangelism; disc. 1943.
    • Gospel Hall; 1939, William Henry’s house.
  • Kirkcudbright:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1933, after evangelism; disc.
      • 1933, Town Hall
    • 2. 1942 after evangelism, disc.
      • 1942, Town Hall; 1947, Gospel Hall, St Mary St; Oddfellows’ Hall; 1953, Gospel Hall, High St.
  • Leswalt: f. 1888; disc. 1965.
    • c.1895, Meeting Room, Kirkland.
  • Lockerbie: f. 1897.
    • 1897, 15 High St.; 1898, 14 Union St; c.1898, Gospel Hall, Wardhaugh's Close; 1946, Recreation Room, Masonic Hall; 1957, Ebenezer Hall, Park Sq.
  • Lowthertown: f. 1873; trans Eastriggs early C20; disc. c.1968.
    • By 1915, Gospel Hall, Back Lowetherton; Adam Bryson’s house, Eastriggs.
  • Newton Stewart: f. c.1879.
    • c.1879, Miss Moorehead’s house; McMillan Hall; 1928, Bethany Gospel Hall; 1956, Christian Assembly Hall, Jubilee Rd.
  • Port Logan: f. 1871; disc ??.
  • Portpatrick: f. 1909.
    • 1909, John Robert’s house; 1910 Gospel Hall; 1911, Gospel Hall.
  • Port William:
    • 1. Fl. 1897–1908.
      • In 1897, Oddfellows’ Hall.
    • 2. Fl. 1922–33 (f.) after mission.
      • By 1933, Mr Grier, shoemaker.
  • Sanquhar:
    • 1. F. by 1904; disc. 1938.
      • 1932, Town Hall.
    • 2. F. 1952, by B.m.; disc. 1985.
      • 1952, Castle St.
  • Sandhead: f. 1880s.
    • By 1897, Meeting Room; 1957, Gospel Hall.
  • Stranraer:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. c. 1868.
      • By 1897, Sun Street Hall; Fisher St Hall; 1938, Gospel Hall, Greenvale St; 1953, Gospel Hall, John St; 1968, Gospel Hall, Lewis St.
    • 2. Gospel Hall: f. 1938, fr. Fisher St. Hall, 1953, united with Gospel Hall, Greenvale St.
      • 1938, Temperance Institute, Bridge St; 1939, Gospel Hall, St John St.
  • Thornhill: fl. 1890; f. 1890.
  • Whauphill: f. c. 1895; disc. early C20.
    • By 1897, Evangelistic Hall.
  • Whithorn: fl. 1924; f. 1924.
  • Wigtown: f. c.1882; disc. 1920s.
    • Temperance Hall, Union St; 1887, Hudson's Buildings, King St.; by 1897, Charity School.

BORDERS

(Berwickshire, Peebleshire, Roxburghshire, & Selkirkshire)

  • Chirnside: f. early 1870s.
    • Early 1870s, A Mabon’s house; by 1897, Gospel Hall.
  • Dalbeattie: f. 1887; disc. after 1904.
    • By 1897, Gospel Hall.
  • Galashiels: f. 1870; disc. 1950.
    • 1888, Gospel Hall, High St.; 1911, Gospel Hall, Store Buildings; 1914, Gospel Hall, 44 Church St.; 1934, Foresters' Hall, Channel St.
  • Hawick: f. 1877, by mission hall members.
    • By 1881, New Temperance Halls; by 1897, Arcade Front Hall, Exchange Buildings; Jubilee Halls, Round Close; 1939, Slitrig Hall, Old Manse Lane.
  • Innerleithen: see Walkerburn.
  • Kelso:
    • 1. Fl. 1881
    • 2. F. 1990, through B.m.
      • 1990, primary school, Bowmont St.
  • Langholm: f. c.1894; disc. 1940s.
    • By 1897, Drove Road Room.
  • Melrose: f. 1945; disc. c.1950.
    • Mason's Hall, High St.
  • Moffat:
    • 1. F. c.1877; disc. c.1927.
    • 2. F. 1931, after evangelism; disc. 1932.
      • By 1897, Masonic Hall; 1932, 11 Well St.
  • Peebles:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. by 1888; disc. 1948.
      • By 1897, YMCA Hall, Tweed Green; 1905, Foresters’ Hall, High St.; 1905, Railway Mission, Northgate; 1915, Gospel Hall, 84 High St.; 1930, Waverley Halls, nr the Cross.
    • 2. Peebles E.C.: f. 1968, by B.m.
      • 1968, Pennel Hall, High St; 1969, Peebles Evangelical Church, 17 Biggiesknowe.
  • Selkirk:
    • 1. Gospel Hall: f. 1878: disc. 1910.
      • 1878, Robert Smith’s house; Union Hall; 1881, Gospel Hall, West Port; by 1897, Gospel Hall, Bogus Close, Market Pl.
    • 2. Masonic Hall: f. 1911 after mission; disc. after 1964.
      • 1927, Masonic Hall, Back Row.
  • Walkerburn: f. by 1886; disc. 1952.
    • In 1897, Good Templars’ Hall; 1902, Castle Hall, Hall St.