St Andrew Blackadder, North Berwick

St Andrew Blackadder, North Berwick

Denomination: Church of Scotland
Address: High Street, North Berwick, EH39 4HG
Local Authority: East Lothian
Listing: B

Church Overview

The third St Andrew’s church in North Berwick opened in 1883. Designed by Robert Rowand Anderson in a Gothic Revival style with the hall and tower added 1907 by Henry & MacLennan. Important stained glass by J Ballantine, Abbey Studio and William Wilson and a painting of the second St Andrew’s church in Kirk Ports by W E Lockhart. Organ by Forster & Andrews 1886, rebuilt and enlarged by Ingram & Co, 1914. St Andrew’s and Blackadder churches united to form St Andrew Blackadder in 1988. The sanctuary was divided horizontally 2000 to create excellent meeting room facilities.


Sunday Traditional 9.30am, all-age 10.30am,

Thursday short service 1.00pm

Opening Arrangements

Open April – October Monday – Friday 9.00am-4pm, Saturdays 10 am-4pm; November- March Monday – Friday 12 noon-2pm, Saturdays 10 am-2 pm


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St Andrew Blackadder, North Berwick


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