A £75,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund will help to pay for work on a West End church.
St Bride's Episcopal Church, in Glasgow's West End, was awarded £75,900 for essential structural repairs to the historic building.
The work, which is expected to begin next month, will take four months and will include the repointing of stonework, replacement of flat roofs and works to the church tower.
St Bride's Church, in Hyndland Road, is one of just two churches in Scotland designed by George Frederick Bodley. For more than 100 years it has been a centre of High Church Anglican worship in Glasgow, and concerts featuring musicians of all backgrounds are held there throughout the year.
The church's organ, which has been damaged by water, is of particular historic interest, having been the first to be lawfully installed and used during worship in a Scottish Presbyterian church.
Its original home was Anderston Parish Church, but following its closure, this 1865 organ by William Hill was re-erected in St Bride's in 1972. The leaking roof above the organ will be replaced as part of this project.
Additional funds for these repairs are being provided by the Scottish Churches Architectural Heritage Trust, the AllChurches Trust Limited, and the Dalrymple Donaldson Fund. The congregation of St Bride's have also been fundraising for this project.
The Reverend Canon James Milne, the Rector of St Bride's, said: "These much-needed repairs will secure the future of our building and enable us to continue to offer wonderful worship in a beautiful setting and to be a popular venue for music lovers."
Colin McLean, head of the Heritage Lottery Fund in Scotland, said: "We are delighted to secure the future of this fine building so that it can continue to play its valuable role improving the life of many in the community."