Belonging to the Priory of St Andrews, the medieval church was dedicated to St Laurence. The church was partially rebuilt 1846, then renovated by Thomas Saunders Robertson 1892, including addition of porch and new bellcote, the apse was removed and the neo-classical Duncan Mausoleum erected, Robert Mylne, dated 1789 (now converted to vestry). Framed texts from the Psalms and Lord’s Prayer were affixed in 1892. A stained glass window depicting St John looks south with a War Memorial on the north wall. The Reformer, Paul Methven, administered the Sacrament in 1558. Building now for sale. Closed.
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