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CH3Records of Free, United Presbyterian, United Free and Other Protestant Churches1725-1891
Country code GB
Repository code 243
Repository Glasgow City Archives
Reference CH3/161
Title Records of Glasgow, Mains Street Original Secession Church / Mains Street Church of Scotland
Dates 1807-1963
Access status Not held
Access conditions This record group is not in the NRS. It is held in Glasgow City Archives
Location
Level Fonds
Admin history Mains Street Church, Glasgow, originated from the division of the seceding Anti-Burghers into the Auld Lichts and New Lichts in 1806. The minority Auld Lichts formed a congregation in the following year and were formally constituted in 1808. Other groups arising from other disputes joined them and they eventually erected a church in Mains Street near Holm Street, Anderston (1837, replaced by a larger building on the same site, 1881). It acceded to the Church of Scotland in 1956 and was terminated by dissolution in 1964. As a Church of Scotland charge it was in the presbytery of Glasgow and the synod of Clydesdale.
Related material See also CH2/564
 

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