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St Mary's, Greenock, Scotland
Scotland

In 1808, the Greenock Mission was established. The first St Mary's church was built in 1816 though the church on the current site was only built in 1862. An appeal to renovate the church was initiated in 1999 with extensive rebuilding in 2002 and the church reopened on the 10th April 2003.

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