Anglican church near the site of the Battle of Pinkie (1547), in a traditional French Gothic style by Paterson & Shiells 1865. Narrow chancel and semi-circular apse and steeply pitched roof. Fine, older stained glass windows and 17th-century character wooden panelling in St Michael’s Chapel. Sundays follow biblical themes and are friendly, relaxed and relevant. Kids’ club during services.
Sunday 10.30am; Wednesday 10.00am
Open by arrangement
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