Building began in 1807 (James Gillespie Graham) on the site of an earlier church of 1649, and within the original settlement established by Paisley Abbey in 1232. The church was extended and the tower built in 1888 (Hugh MacLure). Very fine collection of stained glass including windows by Stephen Adam, Alfred and Gordon Webster, Norman M Macdougall, C E Stewart, James Ballantine and Eilidh Keith.
Sunday 10.30am all year and 6.30pm September-May; Wednesday 12.00 noon
Open Monday – Friday 9 am to 2 pm
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