The Church was built as St Mark’s Church between 1868 and 1869. It was designed by Pilkington and Bell in a free Gothic style typical of Frederick T Pilkington. The church was extended in 1879 by Ireland and MacLaren. Tower and spire at north-east corner, shoulder arched door in pointed porch to east, advanced gablet to north with 2-light window and hexafoil rose. Impressively wide north elevation with elaborate centre piece with paired pointed-arched doorways. The interior has a U-plan gallery on stout masonry columns and timber twisted barley-sugar columns. Slim cast-iron columns at gallery level carry the hammerbeam roof. Ornate bowed timber pulpit and organ case. Original pews and light fittings. Stained glass windows, by Stephen Adam, Glasgow, 1903.
Sunday 11.00 am
Monday – Friday 9.30 am – 5.30 pm
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