Address: 6 High Street, Laurencekirk, AB30 1AE
Local Authority: Aberdeenshire
There has been a church on this site since the 13th century. The present building is of 1804, enlarged 1819 and the bell-tower with its short spire (designed by Matthew & Mackenzie) added in 1895. It is a rectangular building of red sandstone with large windows with Gothic tracery. There is a gallery within and several stained glass windows.
Linked with Marykirk and Luthermuir Churches in the Parish of Aberluthnott.
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