The church is built on the cliff side and is entered from a door in the rear. A plain hall church of 1888, refurbished 1929. The pews are originally from Dunblane Cathedral. In the building there is a memorial to the men of Burnmouth who lost their lives in the east coast fishing disaster of ‘Black Friday’, 14 October 1881.
9.45 am on 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month
Open by arrangement
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