We are blessed with a beautiful building to worship and gather in. The church was built in the early years of the twentieth century and was one of Sir Robert Lorimer’s first major commissions as a young architect. It has classic Lorimer touches which have been preserved over the 100 years of use and combined tastefully with more modern stained glass windows and furnishings. It is a delightful example of a Scottish country church surrounded by well-kept gardens and yet within the city. It engenders a sense of quietness within which to contemplate the Creator and the Creation.
As well as its architectural value, it is a place where generations of people have found acceptance, love and friendship, and space and opportunity to worship and pray.