Neo-Perpendicular, rectangular church by William Stirling of Dunblane 1829. Central gable topped with corbelled-out octagonal belfry. The original horseshoe gallery was replaced with a single gallery in 1920. Stained glass window of 1924 in memory of the Rev Joseph Conn. Three-light window by Douglas Strachan featuring the Crucifixion, Joseph, and David instructing Solomon.
Sundays: 9.00am and 10.30am, evening Service 6.30pm (last Sunday of month).
Open Saturday, July to September 2.00pm-4.00pm, or by arrangement
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