This evening, I am focusing on St. Matthew’s Church of the Nazarene in central Paisley, Scotland. This church dates from 1909 with members of the evangelical Wesleyan theological persuasion.

 This architecturally important church was designed by Paisley architect, William Daniel McLennan ( 1872-1940). The design represents a blend of Gothic Cathedral and Art Nouveau styles the result of which results in close similarity with Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s Queen’s Cross Church in Glasgow.

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