Designed by William Burn and built 1836-7 in finely hewn ashlar with an open timber roof. The chancel was added 1884 by Hay & Henderson. The floor is paved with mosaic tiles as is the reredos, beautifully executed with devices in gold and colour. Choir seats and altar of oak. Piscina on the south side with stone shelf and foliated basin. Fine stained glass. The organ, 1909, by Harrison, is one of the smallest 3-manual instruments ever built and has been praised for its compactness and excellence of tone.
Sunday Holy Communion 8.30am, Eucharist 10.30am; Thursday Holy Communion 10.00am
Open 9.00am-5.00pm, or daylight hours
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