Built as a Free Church in 1844 by William McGowan, and remodelled in 1893 by James Halliday who added the Italianate front of red sandstone. Almost square interior with north and south aisles marked off by superimposed Corinthian columns. Compartmented and coved main ceiling.
Sunday: 11.00am, additionally July and August 9.30am (Family Service)
Open by arrangement
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