Built 1887 by William Young of London containing features from the earlier church. Substantial early Gothic church with crowstepped gables and tower with spire, accessed by wide flight of steps. The fine crown spire dominates the High Street. An inviting flight of steps leads up to the entrance.
Pulpit 1913 by P MacGregor Chalmers, brass eagle lecturn gifted in 1897, white marble font gifted in 1898, metalwork by Charles Henshaw & Son, organ screen by Scott Morton. The chancel was remodelled by J D Cairns in 1937. Entrance screen of 1973 by Whytock & Reid, also the woodwork etc for the small side chapel with carvings of St Andrew and St Mungo, etc. Choir stalls by Whytock & Reid, 1980. Unified scheme of stained glass by Daniel Cottier. Part of pre-Reformation font incorporated in table in crossing, by Mitchall Design 1998. Organ by Auguste Gern (gift of Thorburn family), removed to new chamber in 1937 and rebuilt by Henry Willis, further altered 1988.
Sunday 10.00am; Monday – Saturday 10.00 am
Open 10.00am-4.00pm, all year
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