The church in Glenfarg dates from the Disruption of 1843 although the current building replaced the earlier, smaller building in 1906. The former Church of Scotland church is now a ruin on the hill opposite the village across the motorway. The present building is a simple building of the early Victorian period and has one interesting glass memorial window and a barrel-vaulted ceiling. It is a category B Listed Place of Worship, historic Scotland reference 5830.
Sundays: 9:30am, joint service last Sunday of alternate months 11:00 am.
Open by arrangement.
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