Welcome to the web site of Stamperland Parish Church, Clarkston, Glasgow. 

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NETHERLEE AND STAMPERLAND (CHURCH OF SCOTLAND) have been given permission to hold Sunday Services from 26th July, 2020.  Unfortunately, Stamperland Church will not be allowed to re-open until electrical re-wiring work in the hall accommodation is undertaken.  

Two services will be held in Netherlee church - the first starting at 10.00 am and the second starting at 11.30 am.   Under the current Scottish Government regulations there is a maximum number of 50 people allowed in a church at any one time.  You are welcome to turn up at the church in advance of a service and hope that there will be seating available.  Alternatively, to reserve a pew seat, you can phone Netherlee Church Office (0141 637 2503) on Tuesday between 10:00 am and noon or on Wednesday between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm.

The service will be live-streamed and also uploaded to YouTube. 

Click this link for our minister's message.  

With effect from 1st January 2020 Stamperland Parish Church is in a union with Netherlee Parish Church and the combined churches are formally known as Netherlee and Stamperland (Church of Scotland).  Our two churches share a minister, Rev Scott Blythe.   On most Sunday mornings services are held in both churches, with the service at Netherlee starting at 10.00 am and the Service at Stamperland starting at 11.30 am.  However, on occasions, the congregations join together to worship in one church.  These joint services normally start at 10.30 am.  For information on service times click here.  


STAMPERLAND CHURCH was founded in 1939 when the local Churches of Greenbank, Netherlee and Williamwood came together to help found the church. The first service was held on 25th February 1940 in what is now the dry cleaner's shop in Stamperland Crescent. Since these early days the church has grown and is active in many ways. Those of us who are members like to think that we are a welcoming and friendly church and hope you find that to be so. 

We have step-free access to the church and an easily accessible toilet. The church is fitted with an audio-frequency induction loop (also known as a hearing loop) for those with appropriate hearing aids.

Access to the main halls is virtually step-free.   Unfortunately, the toilets in the hall area are accessible only via stairs.

WiFi access is provided throughout the hall accommodation.

OUR MINISTER is Rev Scott Blythe.   He was inducted to Stamperland on 30th November 2017.   When Rev. Tom Nelson, retired as minister at Netherlee Parish Church at the end of July, 2018, the two churches of Stamperland and Netherlee linked and Scott Blythe became the minister of Netherlee Parish Church linked with Stamperland Parish Church.  Following congregational votes on Sunday, 6th October 2019, the members of Netherlee and Stamperland agreed to unite with effect from 1st January 2020.  Following the uniting of the two churches, Sunday morning worship will continue to be held in both churches for the foreseeable future.

Contact details for Scott Blythe


Rev Scott Blythe, BSc, BD, MBA


Contact details for Marie Wilson

Some of our services can be viewed on YouTube.  Click here to view the available recordings.

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Stamperland Church
The church stands on the corner of Clarkston Road and Stamperland Gardens