Originally known as Trinity Church, St Columba was dedicated in 1902. Built of red sandstone to designs by John B Wilson of Glasgow. Fine pipe organ 1904 by J J Binns, restored by Harrison & Harrison 1985, Festival Trumpet added 2005. Stained glass by Sidney Holmes, C C Baillie, Susan Bradbury, Rowland Mitton and Moira Parker. Resurrection window unveiled by HRH the Princess Royal 2002. Cultured octagonal pencil tower with carillon of bells. Two commission Crosses by Stuart Clachan have been added to the Sanctuary; the Large Chancel Cross is carved from local (Ayr) oak and the table top Cross in the newly completed Centenary Aisle from ash.
Sundays: 9.30 and 11.15am, 1st Sunday of month 6.30pm.
Open 9.00am-12.00 noon, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
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