Built c.1960 for the Free Church; acquired (after a period as a holiday home) with a legacy from Elsie Wood, widow of Canon Charles Wood; dedicated 1995. Friendly ambience. Stained glass window by Eilidh Keith of Glasgow. Eagle lectern from St Andrew’s-on-the Green, Glasgow, and a Slavonic (possibly Serbian) icon.
Sunday: 11.00am Holy Communion (1970 Liturgy on 2nd Sunday); Evensong 4th Sunday 6.00pm March to September, 3.00pm October to February
Open by arrangement
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