Simple Gothic church of chancel and nave with octagonal tower, replacing a cast-iron church. The chancel was built in 1888 and the nave added in 1919. A vestibule and hall were added in 1982. Heavily carved woodwork on pulpit, lectern and priest’s prayer desk. Lovely stained glass by Thomas Willement. A free-standing belfry was provided in 1995.
Sunday: 11.15am with an evening service on the third Sunday of the month at 6pm in the Church of Scotland in Weem
Open by arrangement
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