The present church was built in 1792 on the site of a church dedicated to St Fergus of 1242. Substantially altered and beautified 1933. Classical bell-tower with octagonal top stage and spire. Category B kirkyard with interesting stones. Strathmore Aisle (category A) built in 1459 by Isabella Ogilvy on the death of her husband Patrick Lyon, 1st Lord Glamis. Opposite the church, in the garden of the former manse which is now privately owned, stands a 7th century Pictish/Celtic cross slab stone; access to cross is now restricted. Well of St Fergus nearby.
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