Consecrated 1909, gifted by George Coats, 1st Baron Glentanar and designed by Fryers & Penman of Largs. This stone-built church with a square tower topped with a stone spire was modelled on the Early English Burrough Church in Leicestershire. East window by Morris & Co; 16th and 17th century Flemish and Spanish stained glass medallions in other windows. Organ, Abbott & Smith, 2008. Centenary project in 2009 to develop grounds to comply with ‘Eco-congregation in Scotland’ guidelines.
Sunday 11.15 am, Ist Sunday Family service, 2nd & 3rd Holy Communion, 4th Family communion, 5th Matins
Sunday 10am 3rd Sunday STomp – St Thomas Children’s Church
Wednesday 9am Morning Prayer
Open by arrangement
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