St. Margaret’s Church was opened in May 1954 and was the first church to be built in Glenrothes. The architect was Peter Sinclair, the church is C listed and is built in North European modernist style with a pyramidal roof and a square bell tower. In 1971 the New Halls were opened providing a very adaptable hall with alcoves and a larger kitchen, the architect was Rolland and co. Inside there is a cruciform stained glass window created by John Blyth as well as 8 commemorative stained glass windows. Also a hand made communion table and a beautiful wall hanging by Claire Hemmingway.
Sundays: 9.30am and 11am, except the first Sunday in the month when the celebration service is at 10am.
Open daily by arrangement
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