James Strang, architect from Falkirk 1897-1900. Gothic church
in squared stugged ashlar with tooled dressings, slate roof
swept over aisles, red tiled ridge.
S (LITURGICAL W) FRONT: wide buttressed central gable, low
stair compartment to left, 3-stage tower to right. Wide porch
with 2 doors under pointed hoodmould with finials. Tall 4
light and plate traceried window above. Tower with
crenellated parapet and angle finials. 5 bay, buttressed
sides with Y-traceried windows. Apse at N. Linked to 1923,
simple Arts and Crafts, single storey harled hall.
INTERIOR: 5 bay arcades with cast-iron columns. Low aisles.
Gallery with panelled front at S. Original fittings: organ in
apse, pulpit in front, communion table (latter possibly
later), pews. Stained glass unsigned in apse and S window.
Braced tie-beam. King post roof.