Built as private chapel of Edward James Stopford-Blair of Penninghame House and consecrated 1872. Designed by W G Habershon & Pite of London and an excellent example of a small Victorian church. Ten stained glass windows, numerous memorial plaques, pine altar and wrought-iron and brass rood screen. Fine Harston two-tracker organ 1881, restored 1993.
Sundays: 9.00am Holy Eucharist, 10.30am Mattins (1st Sunday), Sung Eucharist (2nd, 4th and 5th), Family Communion (3rd). Saints days as advertised.
Open by arrangement
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