The pyramid roof is matched by the sculptural tower, a device to conceal the boiler chimney.
 The church was built as part of the comprehensive redevelopment of Anderston in the 1960s. Much of the housing of that period has been demolished and the church is a focal point for the new housing and facilities.
 This was the original processional entrance from the west, with the entrance to the sanctuary top-left.
 The sanctuary is square in plan, with a soaring pyramid roof; a local landmark and clearly visible from the Kingston Bridge
 The sanctuary retains its contemporary bespoke furniture; even the original seats.
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 The underside of the pyramid roof is perfectly geometrical. The roof was originally copper clad but his failed and was replaced with anodised aluminium.
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