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Dunbeth Relief Church, Coatbridge, Non-conformist

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Dunbeth Relief Church,
Weir Street

Church History

Dunbeth Church was founded in 1837 as Coatbridge Relief Church with the original building opening in 1839 in what is now Stobcross Street. Railway developments affected the site on which the church stood and this necessitated the building of a new church in Weir Street. This building was opened in 1872 and was then known as Dunbeth Parish Church.

The former Dunbeth church buildings and halls in Weir Street have both been converted to flats.


It was located at NS7345165423 (Lat/Lon 55.865315,-4.023714). You can see this on maps provided by: