Built in 1815 in the location of churches thought to date from 9th and 10th centuries. Classic T-plan of rough dressed whinstone with sandstone facings, large round-headed windows and a birdcage bellcote. Three stained glass Memorial windows (‘Our Lord stilling the storm’, ‘Our Lord the Good Shepherd’ and ‘Our Lady with Faith and Hope’), three Memorial plaques and a laird’s loft. Good collection of 18th-century stones in the graveyard.
Sundays: 9.45am or 11.15am
Open by arrangement
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