St Molua's Church of Ireland, Stormont, Belfast :: Shared Description


Enter the Swinging Sixties. Designed by Denis OD Hanna, and completed in 1962, St Moluas (CoI) cast aside much that was traditional and/or expected in church architecture. St Molua (sometimes known as Lugaidh, Molloch, Molluog or Murlach) was an Ulsterman born circa 530 who established a number of churches in Scotland see LinkExternal link for a biography and LinkExternal link for other related photographs on Geograph.
The church is on the Upper Newtownards Road, a short distance past Stormont gates J3973 : Stormont gates, Belfast on the other side of the road.
by Albert Bridge
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J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-6) by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-3) by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-5) by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-7) by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-4) by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-2) by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's (CoI) church, Stormont, Belfast by Albert Bridge
J4073 : St Molua's Church, Stormont, Belfast (2013-1) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Fri, 30 Aug 2013, Updated: Fri, 30 Aug 2013

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