White-harled T-plan traditonal kirk of 1838, built as a chapel of ease to accommodate the population of what was then a new village based on domestic weaving. The interior was altered in the 1970s to form the present multi-purpose building with church, hall, session house, kitchen and facilities within an unchanged exterior.
Sunday: 12.00 noon
Open by arrangement
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