The variety of granites and patterned roof tiles earned it the nickname ‘The Tartan Kirkie’. To a design by Alexander Ellis and the Rev F G Lee, dating from 1864. The east end sustained severe damage during an air raid in April 1943. Reconstructed 1952. Altar triptych by Westlake (c.1862) in the crypt. The church is home to a Samuel Green chamber organ, built in 1778. Display of historical photographs in the choir vestry (1905) adjoining church.
Sunday: 8.00am and 10.15am; Tuesday 7.00pm; Wednesday 10.00am
Open Friday 11.00 am – 2.00 pm for prayer and reflection or by arrangement
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