Holy Trinity, Dunoon, designed by John Henderson, was consecrated in 1850, on a site near the Celtic St Bride’s Well. Subscribers included William Gladstone. The church was extended and a tower added, by Alexander Ross, in 1896.
The church has ‘English Gothic’ details, an ornate stone altar and font, vaulted chancel and nave ceilings and ‘Minton’ encaustic tiles in the sanctuary. The east windows are by Mayer. More stained glass has been added over the years, including windows of St Margaret and St Andrew by Webster.
The graveyard contains Alexander Reid, art dealer, and Sir Francis Powell, Scottish water-colourist.
Sunday: 10.30 am Sung Eucharist
Thursday: 5.30 pm Holy Communion
Open by arrangement
The information about churches in Scotland’s Churches Scheme has been provided by the congregations or taken from the Historic Scotland list and published sources, in particular, the Buildings of Scotland volumes and the RIAS Illustrated Architectural Guides. To contact this specific church please complete the Contact this Church form above. The information is not authoritative; please contact Scotland’s Churches Trust to let us know of any errors or omissions.