Closeburn Parish Church

Closeburn Parish Church

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: Cample, Closeburn, DG3 5HD
Local Authority: Dumfries & Galloway
Listing: B

Church Overview

Built by James Barbour 1878 alongside former (1741) church. In Gothic style with a three-stage tower. Spacious interior with an elaborate hammerbeam roof supported on foliaged corbels. Pipe organ by Henry Willis & Sons 1887. Window in the north transept by the St Enoch Glass Studios 1948. Font originally from Dalgarnock. In the graveyard is the smart mausoleum built by Thomas Kirkpatrick of Closeburn in 1742.

Services

Sunday: 10.00am

Opening Arrangements

Open by arrangement

 

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