Trinity Church of Stranraer

Trinity Church of Stranraer

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: London Road, Stranraer, DG9 8ER
Local Authority: Dumfries & Galloway
Listing: B


Church Overview

The church, formerly St Andrews, was designed in the late Gothic style by John B Wilson of Glasgow and completed in March 1898. A tall gable with a large window faces the street; to the side is an octagonal tower with a red tiled spire. The tall interior has a gallery. The window above the pulpit was designed by Stephen Adam & Son and there are two other windows designed by the studio of Joseph Miller.

The building contains four war memorials. 1. Ivy Place United Free Church (the original name of the building). 2. St Marks United Free Church (united with Ivy Place UF about 1926 to form St Andrew’s UF Church) – in 1929 this became St Andrew’s Church of Scotland. 3. Stranraer Parish Church (on the union with St Andrew’s in 2004 to form the Town Kirk of Stranraer). 4. St Ninian’s UF Church (which closed in 2013 and united with the Town Kirk to become Trinity Church of Stranraer).


Sunday@ 11.30 am.

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

Access for partially abled  Induction loop for the deaf   Disabled WC

Image Gallery

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Trinity Church of Stranraer


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