This tiny church seating 50 was completed in 1906 for James Brown of Knockbrex. Its unique style combines original Arts & Crafts features, Celtic motifs, and a fondness for miniature castles. The architect was probably G H Higginbottom of Manchester. The church contains work by cabinet-maker Frank Hallows and coppersmith James Smithies. Its round-arched seashore stone fireplace and hand-wrought sconces for 30 candles add charm.
7.00 pm Sunday evenings in July & August. Please contact the Kirkandrews Kirk Trust for weddings, christenings, funerals, etc.
Open all year; keyholders at Kirkandrews on a rota. Please contact the Kirkandrews Kirk Trust for information
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