An empty industrial unit in Glasgow could be turned into a church.

A planning application was submitted to transform an empty space at 72 Dykehead Street, in the East End, into a place of worship.

Applicant The City of God Glasgow is a parish, currently based in Kennedy Street.

They have a major Sunday service every week from 10.15am and they also hold Bible study on Tuesdays and prayer meetings on Thursdays.

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In addition to this, they run a student social, a choir and a food bank.

Plans reveal that the building would consist of a stage, sanctuary, storage, toilets and two breakout rooms on the lower ground.

Above, it would have five rooms for children's activities.

Glasgow City Council is considering the application and a decision is expected by Friday, January 5.

The last day for comments is Thursday, December 7.