We express our love for God by our love and practical care for each other and for those we live with and encounter in our daily lives.

Our Congregation

This Church of Scotland Parish Church is lively and active with a registered congregation of 155 people – around 60 of whom are regular attenders.


About our Church

Situated at the junction of Durban Avenue and Dumbarton Road is the multi-functional building of Dalmuir Barclay Church. The name came about as a result of four Unions over time: Dalmuir Parish Church, Ross Memorial Church, Dalmuir Overtoun Church and Barclay Church, Old Kilpatrick. Our Church building was opened in 1995. The congregation is ministered to by Rev. Dr. Ruth Morrison MA, BD, PhD.

We are a warm, welcoming, innovative congregation of 155 in the heart of Dalmuir drawing our members from Clydebank, Dalmuir and Old Kilpatrick. We welcome everyone in God’s name, whatever their age, ethnicity, gender identity, physical or mental ability. There is always something going on like the Parent & Toddler Group, Sunday Café, Breakfast Club, the Girls’ Brigade, the Choir (DB Voices), Craft Group, Tea at 3, Piece by Peace, Messy Church and Christmas Tree Festival. There are a number of organisations who rent our premises including the Sequence Dancers, Clydebank Ladies Choir, Lynne Mcmunnigall School of Dance. The Church is also well used by West Dunbartonshire Council for elections and various meetings. We also Support Old Kilpatrick Food Parcels and are open on Wednesdays for food distribution.


Our Worship

Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic, our normal services, meetings, halls hire and other routine matters are currently suspended until further guidance from the Church of Scotland. We are making and broadcasting regular services via the Dalmuir Barclay Church Facebook site and the Clydebank Waterfront Church YouTube channel. Dial-a-service to hear the Sunday service on your telephone is also available on 0141-278-6595.