St Columba’s Parish Church was built in 1983 in partnership with the local Roman Catholic congregation. Two pyramid-roofed pavilions provide the church and hall with other accommodation in the link between. The most notable feature is a steel cross at rear of the church.
Sunday 10.00 am
Open by arrangement
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