The present building was consecrated in 1886. Designed with a French-style roof by the Rev Edward Sugden 1885. The sanctuary and chancel are panelled in late Gothic style, the details suggested by the woodwork in King’s College Chapel, Aberdeen. Open wood roof and pillars give this interior a Scandinavian feel. Reredos by William Hole. The font cover is a splendid carved wooden spire.
Services: Sunday 10.15am; Thursday 10.00am
Open Thursday 9.00-11.00am, other times by arrangement
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