The present church was built in 1938 to replace a ‘tin kirk’ of 1901; the architect was Maxton Craig of Edinburgh. A small hall was added in 1978. The west window, 1962, depicts the industries of Grangemouth. Altar cross, candlesticks and vases by Edward Spencer, of the Artificers’ Guild, his last work.
Sunday Eucharist is at 9.45am
Midweek Communion Service on a Tuesday at 10am and is preceded by Morning Prayer at 9am
Open by arrangement
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