Gask Church was built in 1800, replacing an earlier church located a mile to the south, near to Gask House. The architect of the stone-built and white-harled church was Richard Crichton. Attached to the rectangular sanctuary is a small vestry, a boiler house and semi-circular stairtower with stairs to the gallery. The original arrangement of central pulpit and two aisles was replaced in 1950 with new pews with a single aisle and the pulpit was moved to the side. Marble monument to the fallen of World War I and a stained glass window marking the 53-year ministry of Rev Dr James Martin. Two-manual Allen organ.
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