St Mark's, Stirling

St Mark's, Stirling

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Drip Road, Stirling, FK8 1RE
Local Authority: Stirling

Church Overview

Original Gothic-style hall and church built in 1938 using stone from Auchinlea. The present church was built next door and opened in 1966. Five stained glass windows: ‘Good Shepherd’, ‘Suffer Little Children’, Christ the Pathfinder’, Winged Lion of St Mark, Martha. Other furnishings gifted to the church are the pews, organ, font and lectern.


Sunday: 10.50am

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Image Gallery

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St Mark's, Stirling


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