Monigaff is a B listed church built in 1836 to a Gothic Revival design by William Burn. Of interest are: two cross slabs one possibly dating from 8thC (Irish influence); stained glass windows by Wailes of Newcastle and Ballantine of Edinburgh et al; organ, one of the first in S W Scotland, by Bryceson of London, 1872; ruins of 13th/14thC church; two gravestones from 17C; William Stewart’s sarcophagus; site of mote and bailey castle.
Sunday: 10.00am (first Sunday of month Holy Communion 9.25am)
Open July and August, Monday and Friday 2.00-4.0pm or by arrangement (01671 402164)
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