The present modest church was built in 1991. The church seats around 50 and is both a very attractive intimate sanctuary and a flexible space suitable for a range of activities. Services here have a character all of their own.
The remains of the medieval parish church of St Kattan are to the west of the village with the beautifully detailed classical Montrose Mausoleum of the 1730s by William Adam.
Sunday 11.00 am on 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays.
Open by arrangement.
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