St Blane's Church, Dunblane

St Blane's Church, Dunblane

Denomination:   Church of Scotland
OS Reference:   NN783013
Address:   High Street, Dunblane, FK15 0ER
Local Authority:   Stirling
Listing:   B

Church Overview

Open 1854 as the Free Church which through unions became East United Free Church and East Church of Scotland. United with the former Leighton Church in 1952 to become St Blane’s Church. Stained glass includes windows from Leighton Church, other windows by Roland Mitton. Interesting tapestries in vestibule including a reproduction of ‘The Light of the World’ by Holman Hunt. Pipe organ 1860 by Peter Conacher, perhaps the earliest example of his work in Scotland.


Sundays: 10.00am and 6.30pm.

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement.


Guide book available Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf Disabled WC

Image Gallery

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Saint Blane's Church


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