Congregation formed by the union of Erskine and Landsborough Trinity Churches in 1993. The former Erskine Church buildings of 1866 are used. The building, designed by William Stewart, has a spire and pinnacles above a polychrome Venetian Gothic façade. Additional halls built 1970. Organ, Forster & Andrews 1899. Four stained glass windows depicting ‘Music’, ‘The Good Shepherd’, ‘Dorcas’ and ‘The Sower of the Seed’.
Sunday: 10.45 am, Thursday: 10.30 am.
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