Polton Road, Lasswade

There has been a church in Lasswade since the 13th Century. The present church was built in the early part of the 19th Century and was opened for worship in 1830. It is a two story building with steps from the road. A ramped access is available by making a short walk up the brae. As stated elsewhere, the Church in Lasswade is scheduled to close following the sale of the building but remaining open for worship until that process has concluded.

Follow the link to find out more on the history of the Christianity in Lasswade. Updated!

Carnethie Street, Rosewell

The church was opened for worship in 1872, made from Whitehill Brick and is a single story building, with a level path from the street and a ramped access through the front door. Toilet facilities are available in the church hall, situated next to the church. Follow the link to find out more. Updated!

Carnethie Street, Rosewell

Opened in 1932, our hall is located next to the Church on Carnethie Street, Rosewell. It serves both as a church hall and a war memorial for the local men who made the supreme sacrifice during the First and the Second World Wars. Follow the links to find out more.