The church, which opened in 1854, is a Victorian Gothic-revival building of the ‘middle-pointed’ style, built in the growing Victoria resort of Rothesay. The flÃ¨che by the main door has a carillon of chimes. The internal proportions and windows are Gothic: narrow and high. A balcony covers the entrance offering additional seating. The church has a wooden altar and a stone font; the pulpit is integral with the chancel arch. The farthest window depicts Jesus with St Paul and St Peter. Other windows have been added, showing Scottish saints and scenes from Revelation.
Sunday 11.00 am
Wednesday 12.00 noon
Open by arrangement
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