Aberfoyle Parish Church
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On the B829, ½ mile west of town centre
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John Honeyman designed this church which sits at the foot of Craigmore and on the banks of the River Forth. In early-Gothic style 1870, it replaced the Old Kirk of Aberfoil on the south bank of the River reached by crossing the hump-back bridge. The new church was enlarged in 1884 to include transepts. The interior is elegant with the minimum of ornamentation. Magnificent roof timbers. Stained glass, including a window by Gordon Webster 1974. Two-manual pipe organ 1887 by Bryceson Brothers, London.
Aberfoyle Parish Church is a Destination Hub on the St Andrew Pilgrim Journey.
Open July and August, Wednesday 2.00-4.00pm or by arrangement
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