Dates from 1845 when it was built as the Free Church. The small rectangular church had its interior was much altered in 1957, and was refurbished in 2012. Wall hangings for 150th anniversary. Situated in a beautiful conservation village which was the birthplace of John Scott, the botanist, James Murray of the Oxford English Dictionary, and John Leyden, the linguist.
Sunday: 9.30 or 11.00 am, usually every three weeks; times change every four months: see notice-board or website for details
Key from the Manse in Leyden’s Road or by arrangement
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