The Rev James Munro of Rutherglen said that a number of people from his parish, including himself, went to the revival meetings at Kilsyth. As a result of this, in Munro's congregation, 'a very unusual solemnity and spiritual concern manifested themselves and continued for a period of many weeks, more or less generally...in connection with personal visits to Kilsyth and the loud-voiced rehearsal of the Lord's glorious doings there. Several gave the impression of being savingly changed through these visits, and a great number,,, were most sensibly quickened and revived'.
Thanks to Tom Lennie's, 'Land of Many Revivals', page 364.
This church was built in 1902 on the same spot.