The church in Kennoway dates back to St Kenneth, who preached in the 6th century. The present Romanesque-style church with nave, aisles and tower was built in 1850 and was designed by Thomas Hamilton. Galleried interior. Six stained glass windows by Marjorie Kemp 1950. Monuments to past ministers.
Sundays: 11.15am and, during term-time, 7.00pm
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