Worship began in 1968 in a former tartan weaving shed alongside the present Presbytery; it is now the church hall. The current church was consecrated in 1982, a single-storey building with a pyramidal roof. Inside, lots of timber give warmth. Visitors are greeted by a wooden statue of St Paul.
Sunday 9.30 am and 4.30 pm; Mon, Wed, Sat 9.00 am, Thurs 7.00 pm
Open by arrangement
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