Twelfth-century church built on site of 7th-century foundation dedicated to St Finbarr of Cork, Eire. Re-roofed with help from the Scottish Development Department. Contains notable 12th-century runic stone (original now in the National Museums of Scotland, Edinburgh) and 16th-century grave-slabs with carvings of animals and foliage.
Mass on the feasts of the Celtic saints
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