Condorrat Parish Church was opened in 1875. The building is typical of its time and is built of blonde sandstone with a slate roof. Most of the stained glass windows in the sanctuary are Gothic-arched. There is a rose window above the front vestibule.
The Church was re-opened in May 2014 following extensive internal refurbishment and a restoration of its 1901 Kirkland organ.
Sunday 11.00 am ; 10.30 a.m. in July and August
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