Built on a site of Christian worship dating from mid-13th century, today’s neo-Gothic building – designed by John Robertson and dedicated in 1906 – is a fine example of the stonemason’s craft. The stained glass windows by Douglas Strachan and Percy Bacon help to create the special atmosphere of peace and beauty. Font replica of one in Dryburgh Abbey.
Open May to September, Monday to Friday 10.00am-12.00 noon, 2.00-4.00pm. Other times by arrangement
Contact St Laurence Parish Church, Forres.
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