Charming church in a prominent site in the vilage of Crianlarich. Designed by Thomas Ross, 1901. White harled walls with red sandstone buttresses and door and window surrounds and a slate roof with overhanging eaves. The entrance porch is at an angle between the nave and vestry. Largely unaltered interior with wooden pews, whitewashed walls above a timber dado and an open timber roof. Oak font and communion table with trefoil design.
Strathfillan Parish Church is a Destination Hub on the St Andrew Pilgrim Journey.
11.30 am on 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month
Open by arrangement
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