Situated in the west end of Aberdeen, this small church was built in 1991, by Camphill Architects, to house community facilities as well as priest’s office and vestry. Simple interior in lilac wash lit by four flanking windows; the altar is lit only by candles. Oak candle holders, altar and pulpit. Altar painting by David Newbatt, a local artist.
Sunday 9.30am children’s service, 10.30am Act of Consecration of Man (Communion)
Open by arrangement
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