The church buildings at Netherlee and Stamperland are well used.

Prior to the two congregations agreeing to unite it was clear that both sets of buildings would be required to accommodate the various groups and organisations which were making use of the church premises, particularly our hall accommodation. 

Glasgow Presbytery agreed that both sets of buildings were required and should be retained for as long as this arrangement was financially viable.  The congregation decided that following financial deficits in 2020 and 2021 Stamperland Church should be closed and disposed of and all activities concentrated in Netherlee Church.   

Information on various aspects of our church buildings can be found by clicking the relevant links below.  


The sale of Stamperland Church buildings, Church grounds and manse is being  handled by the Church of Scotland General Trustees.  You can see details of the sale by clicking this link 

Various items have been transferred from Stamperland church to Netherlee church including communion silver, items of brass ware, the baptismal font, some chairs from the Church of Scotland Church at the 1938 Empire Exhibition, the light oak chair in memory of Janet Stewart’s parents, the digital projector, banners, pulpit falls,

cradle rolls and the Book of Remembrance.  The 1938 Empire Exhibition communion table will be transferred from Stamperland to Netherlee.

Some members of the congregation took pew bibles and hymn books as mementos of Stamperland.  Some large bibles were gifted to Williamwood and Mearnskirk Churches but the majority of pew bibles were donated to Blythswood Care who will redistribute them to various porjects in Africa.  Most CH4 hymnbooks were donated to Oakshaw Trinity Church, Paisley. 

Local churches, including Williamwood Parish Church and Cartsbridge Church, accepted some chairs and tables.   A few items were sold via Gumtree but many more being taken by church members, some of whom gave monetry donations.  Items including stacking chairs, folding tables, filing cabinets found new homes with local charitable organisations.  However, large amounts of equipment used by the uniformed youth organisations and many items of furniture including bookcases, tables, desks, pew cushions, curtains had to be scrapped. 

The Stained Glass windows in the sanctuary will be removed by the family of the stained glass artist, Gordon Webster.  The Lewis pipe organ will be removed, refurbished and installed in a church in Ireland.


We are happy to have our accommodation used by organisations or groups which provide services which are of interest and benefit to people living in our local community.   From April 2022 only bookings for our Netherlee Buildings will be considered.

Please contact nethandstamchurch@gmail.com for more information about availability and pricing.  Brief descriptions of the hall accomodation can be found

by clicking the following links:

Netherlee accommodation              Stamperland accommodation