Built as a Congregational Church in 1794 on the site of a Secession Meeting House and re-opened as a Catholic Church in 1839. Extended at both ends in 1904 by Charles Walker of Newcastle as the gift of the parish priest the Rev Lord Archibald Douglas. Stations of the Cross by Brendan Ellis 1984. Painted panels by Joe Burns 1997.
Sunday Mass 12.00noon
Open by arrangement
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