The foundation stone of St Ninian’s was laid in 1872, and building commenced to a design by David Thomson. Completed in 1877, and extended west in 1887. The apse is decorated with frescoes painted by William Hole 1901, and the charming little sacristy designed by H D Wilson, a member of the congregation, in 1914. Good stained glass including windows by Heaton, Butler & Bayne. The windows in the chancel represent The Gospel Story, by Stephen Adam.
Sundays: Holy Communion (Said) 8.30am and Sung Eucharist 10.15am, Tuesday 6.00pm, Thursday 10.00am
Open by arrangement
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