Simple but charming Georgian building completed in 1801, built with stone carried by fishermen and sailors from the shores of the Forth at Fisherrow. Oldest church in Musselburgh and one of the first Congregational churches in Scotland. Pipe organ is a fine example of the work of George Holdich, built 1860 for St Michael’s, Appleby. Rebuilt for Musselburgh Congregational Church 1977.
Open by arrangement
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