Killin & Ardeonaig Parish Church
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At the eastern end of the village
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Distinctive white-harled octagonal classical church built in 1744 by the mason Thomas Clark to a design by John Douglas of Edinburgh. Inside it has been altered from a 'wide' church to a 'long' church. In front of the church is a monument to Rev James Stewart (1701-89), minister of Killin, who first translated the new Testament into Scots Gaelic (published 1767).
Killin & Ardeonaig Parish Church is a Destination Hub on the St Andrew Pilgrim Journey.
Open May to October during daylight hours
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