St Thomas of Canterbury, Arbroath

St Thomas of Canterbury, Arbroath

Denomination: Roman Catholic
Address: Dishlandtown Street, Arbroath, DD11 1QU
Local Authority: Angus
Listing: B


Church Overview

Church opened for worship 1848, designed by George Mathewson of Dundee. Romanesque design with aisled nave and chancel. The front is a miniature replica of St Augustine’s gateway at Canterbury. Unique one-manual and pedal organ by Postill of York, c.1860, recently rebuilt.


Sunday Mass 10.45am. No Saturday Vigil

Opening Arrangements

Open daily 9.00am-6.00pm

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf  toilets available

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St Thomas of Canterbury, Arbroath


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