Well-used and well-loved burgh church, built in 1894 and extended in 1993. The stone font (which now stands outside the church), the lectern, pulpit and the communion table were brought from the old parish church. Of special interest is the display of banners and the wrought-iron railings which incorporate a burning bush motif. In centre of village. Access to historic graveyard (1635-early 1900s) can be arranged.
Sundays: 10.00am All-Age Service, 11.30am Morning Service
Thursday 9.30 am
Every weekday morning 10.00-11.30am for teas/coffee
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