Built near to the ancient foundation of Mortlach Kirk, Saint Mary’s is currently lined up for extensive restoration. Designed by James Kyle in 1825, St Mary’s is a classical church with Gothic trimmings; the façade is ornamented with buttresses and a pierced balustrade. Inside, Gothic touches are given by the Stations of the Cross and the ribbed plaster vault. A large painting of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary hangs over the high altar.
Vigil Mass on Saturdays at 5 pm, Weekday mass 10 am on days as announced usually Tuesday or Thursday
Open by arrangement
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