The present church by P MacGregor Chalmers built in 1926, adjacent to the site of the original building of 1843, was dedicated as a gift of Mrs Paton Thomson in memory of her parents. In late Scottish Gothic, the church has a nave, aisles and a tower topped with a spire. Two-manual pipe organ, a significant Anneessens of 1899, rebuilt and enlarged. The existing halls were redesigned, modernised and supplemented with additional rooms in 2007.
Sundays: 10.30am plus short mid-week service and short seated monthly service.
Open each day Monday to Friday 9am to 15:30pm, Saturday varies (see website).
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