Combined church and hall of 1970-71 by Wheeler & Sproson. Church and hall are white-harled square blocks sitting on a stone plinth. Where they are linked is a small flat-topped bell-tower.
The interior is of facing brick, lit by clerestory windows, those of the south contain abstract stained glass windows in vivid colours. The boarded roof is supported by laminated timber beams.
Sunday 6.30 pm, alternates monthly with Galashiels Old & St Paul’s
Open by arrangement
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