In a picturesque setting, this rectangular church in the local red Keithick sandstone has Gothic windows and a stone-spired octagonal belfry on the south side. Originally built as Burrelton Free Church in 1854-5; Church of Scotland since 1929, it united with Cargill in 1980 when the west entrance and steps were added.
Two stained glass windows by William Meigle & Son. Allen Organ. Embroidered pulpit falls by church member Ishbel Chambers.
Open by arrangement
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