Dated 1792, much altered, chancel added 1933. Plain, rectangular-plan aisleless church with classical bell-tower spire. Squared and snecked rubble with dressed ashlar quoins. Round-headed openings; deeply-chamfered hoodmoulded doorway; Y-tracery; stone mullions.
W (TOWER) ELEVATION: 4-stage entrance tower projecting to centre of otherwise blank gabled elevation. Tall 1st stage with hoodmoulded, round-headed doorway, deep-set studded boarded timber door, round-headed window and carved stone with mutuled cornice above. Slightly reduced 2nd stage with clock to each face giving way to further reduced octagonal 3rd stage (bell chamber) with round-headed arcading (alternately blind and louvered) below octagonal spire with fish weathervane.
E ELEVATION: 3-light traceried window to chancel projecting at centre, and flanking round-headed lights on canted returns.
S ELEVATION: 3 large traceried windows, that to centre blocked with small pitch-roofed porch projecting at ground, blocked tracery visible above; outer bays with square-headed windows to each floor and further similar window beyond to left at ground.
N ELEVATION: 2 large traceried windows flanking blank centre bay, small square-headed window to ground left, and similar window to outer bays at gallery.
Multi-pane, leaded and margined windows, stained glass (see below) to E windows of N and S elevations. Grey slates. Stepped ashlar skews with square skewputts.
INTERIOR: refurbished 1933 galleried. Fixed timber pews with carved ends and finely carved gallery; parquet floor; panelled ceiling; boarded timber dadoes. Wide chancel arch to raised chancel with fixed elders chairs and fretwork organ screen. Marble memorial tablets to W wall.
Stained glass to N by Gordon Webster, 1969, dedicated to Matthew Babington B D; that to S with left light memorial window to "John and Anne Milne of Holemill, Glamis", and that to right "erected by their daughters Elisabeth, Helen, Johanna and Charlotte".
SESSION HOUSE: Circa 1840 and later. Small single storey, piend-roofed, slated, rubble session house with dressed ashlar quoins and 4-pane glazing pattern in timber sash and case window.
N(ENTRANCE) ELEVATION: boarded timber door with 4-pane fanlight to left of centre, window to right and further timber door to outer right under catslide roof.