John Robertson, 1909. Rectangular-plan Gothic church with 3-stage tower to NW angle, aisle to N elevation; hall (and vestry to SE angle) slightly later in similar style, adjoined at NE angle forming L-plan complex. Bull-faced, snecked pink and cream rubble masonry, droved ashlar dressing, grey slate roof. Deep base course, chamfered wallhead course with modillion-type decoration extending to string course at W elevation and tower; pointed windows with moulded surrounds and bull-faced outer voussoirs, geometric tracery to E and W gables and S elevation, trefoil-headed single window elsewhere, cinquefoil and sexfoil clerestorey windows in moulded round panels to N elevation, trefoil-headed single windows elsewhere; multiple moulded Gothic doorways to W elevation, 2-leaf trefoil-headed panelling to doors, reflected in fanlights above; buttresses with rounded angles, raked coping to N and S elevations, clasping at angles and corbelled to hexagonal with tall facetted pinnacles, crocketted finials; coped skews to gables with cross finials; cast-iron rainwater goods, rectangular downpipes. Tower; rounded angles, round corbelled to hexagonal at 1st stage level stair tower to NE angle, crenellated and stepped ashlar parapet. Hall; similar details except plain wallhead course, hexagonal angle buttresses, conically-roofed stair and angle towers, some cast- iron weathervane finials.
W ELEVATION: gable to right; door to centre and large window above flanked by buttresses and windows to ground and gallery level. Tower to left; door to ground floor, window to 1st stage, tall 3rd stage with louvred belfry opening to all elevations, window to ground and 1st stage left return, 2 windows to ground and 1st stage stair tower, 4 to 3rd stage.
S ELEVATION: 4 tall windows to nave articulated by buttresses; single storey vestry to right with door, 3 windows, 2 hexagonal wallhead stacks, bow-ended to right return with 3 windows, half-piended roof with 2 cast-iron weathervane finials, window to slightly lower chancel above; gable advanced to left with clasping buttresses, window to ground and upper level in recessed panel, cinquefoil window to gablehead.
N ELEVATION: 4 bays to centre articulated by buttresses, 3 windows to each aisle bay, single window to clerestorey bays; tower to right; obliquely rounded angle to left, panelled door with fanlight within crocketted pointed arch 2 chancel windows above; church hall advanced to far left.
E GABLE: window to centre, bow-ended vestry to left, window to pentice- roofed bay to right.
INTERIOR: walls rendered and lined as snecked rubble, droved ashlar dressings; 4 pointed arches with clustered piers to aisle; prominent timber roof with arch braces and collars, trefoil-headed trusses, diagonally-boarded ceiling, stone corbells at wallposts; timber narthex screen with trefoil-headed tracery and leaded glazing; pew ends with cinquefoil carving reflecting clerestorey windows; hexagonal oak pulpit with balustraded stairs, carved panels depicting vine, flowers, wheat etc; stone bowl- and-stem font; 2-manual and pedals organ in split organ case in chancel, Joseph Brook and Co, Glasgow; boarder glazed windows; stained glass panel door to choir room depicting George Wishart preaching (removed from former Free Church); memorials on
S wall to Donald Davidson, minister 1901-29 and Adam Philip, Free Church minister from 1881; War memorial plaques at chancel arch; boarded walls and ceiling at vestry, porch and WC, original chimneypiece and basin.
HALL: W ELEVATION: gable advanced to left, door, window to 1st floor, angle buttresses; 3 full-height windows to right; angle tower with windows to far right, door to right return.
N ELEVATION: gable to centre, large window flanked by buttresses; window to right; bay to left with window, continuing as bowed stair tower with 2 windows to left return.
E ELEVATION: 2 full-height windows to centre; gable advanced to right with full-height window; bowed stair tower as above to far right; angle tower to left with 2 windows; bay to far left with 3 windows to ground floor, bipartite and tripartite to 1st, bowed as angle tower at left, single storey pentice-roofed bay to left return.
INTERIOR: 2 floors, probably originally galleried; timber-clad cluster piers, 4-centred arches, border-glazed windows, boarded vestry.
GATEPIERS AND BOUNDARY WALLS: 9 ball-finialled ashlar-capped rubble gatepiers, rubble boundary wall with round coping to E, low wall with saddleback coping and cast-iron gates and railings to N and W.