Built in 1876 on land gifted by the Brisbane family and the construction funded by the Earl of Glasgow. Charming and delicate exercise in the Early English style by Ross & MacBeth of Inverness. Victorian stained glass, including a rose window depicting a dove, symbol of the Holy Spirit and St Columba. Memorials to the Brisbane and Boyle (Earls of Glasgow) families and to the scientist Lord Kelvin. Embroidered kneelers made for the centenary.
Sunday 8.00am, 11.00am, 6.30pm and Wednesday 10.00am
Open 9.00am-5.00pm daily except Friday
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