Gothic-style church with 3-bay façade with lancet windows and small steeple built in 1847 to a design by Brown & Carrick of Glasgow. Local quarry owner Alexander Lawrie gifted the stone to build the church. T-plan, side galleries added in 1893. Chancel area modernised 1935. Windows 1993 by Ruth Golliwaws of New Orleans, USA.
11:00 am from September to June and at 10:30 am during July and August
Open for prayer, September to June, Thursday 10.00am-12.00 noon
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