The ancient capital of Carrick, the town of Maybole has an long history … and a very modern church. Maybole dates from the 12th century and its Collegiate Church, now in the care of Historic Scotland, from 1371. The present parish church was opened in 2012 and is a bright, functional building which is both parish church and community facilities such as several multi-purpose halls, a café and bookshop, day centre, soft play area and an information centre. The architect was Raymond Angus who has incorporated many ecological features in the timber-framed building.
Sunday 10.30 am
Open Monday-Saturday 10 am to 2 pm.
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