Monkton & Prestwick North Church
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The church was built as a Free Church in 1874, architect James Salmon & Son, and the bell-tower was added 1890, architect John Keppie. The congregation, united with the Church of Scotland in 1900, now uses a computerised communication system for hymn singing and visual aids. The pulpit, from St Cuthbert's, Monkton, has been fixed as panels under the gallery. The original St Cuthbert's communion table has been fixed as a panel between two stained glass windows.
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