Catrine Parish Church

Catrine Parish Church

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Chapel Brae, Catrine, KA5 6QS
Local Authority: East Ayrshire
Listing: A

Church Overview

Charming church, built as a chapel of ease in 1792, financed by Sir Claud Alexander of Ballochmyle. It was established as a parish church when Catrine was made a quoad sacra parish in 1871. The church is dignified by refined classical details and a central pediment topped with the belfry. Major renovations in 1874, 1960, 1992 and 2003. Stained glass. Harrison & Harrison pipe organ, 1883. Overlooking Catrine in the River Ayr valley.


Sunday: 10.00am

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Catrine Parish Church


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