Hippolyte J Blanc, 1891; font and pulpit executed by Carnegie and Son, Dundee under the superintendence of James Hutton, 1896. Cruciform-plan, early English Gothic church with aisles, semi-octagonal apse, tower and spire at crossing; hall adjoining to SE. Bull-faced red sandstone, ashlar dressings, grey green slate roof, terracotta ridge tiles. Cill course, chamfered corbel course to roofspace, gabletted angle buttresses and coped skews to ecclesiastical W end and transepts; chamfered wallhead course; lancet windows with hoodmoulds and foliate label stops to aisles, Y-traceried windows with hoodmoulds and block label stops to clerestorey. 2-stage tower; louvred belfry opening at upper part to all elevations, flanked by 2 blind panels; angle waterspouts, ashlar parapet; panelled octagonal angle pinnacles with crocketted finials, flying buttresses; octagonal spire with 4 lucarnes, weathervane finial. Cast-iron rainwater goods, rectangular downpipes and decorative hoppers. Steeply pitched roofs, pentice roof to aisles.
W ELEVATION: entrance porch to left, base course, multiple-moulded arch with nook shafts, 2 trefoil panels above, saddleback coping with cross finial; aisle to right with 4 windows, 5 clerestorey windows; transept to far right, geometric traceried window with hoodmould, 3 stepped ventilator openings to roofspace, door to left return, semi-octagonal stairtower to right re-entrant with door and 3 windows; apse to outer right, Y-traceried window.
E ELEVATION: aisle to right with 5 windows, 5 clerestorey windows; transept to left as at W elevation but with stack to left angle, single storey, pyramidal-roofed hall advanced from left angle, 2-leaf door, fleche, small modern addition, window to apse at far left.
N ELEVATION: base course, 3-light geometric window, louvred vesica to gablehead, cross finial, window to aisles.
S ELEVATION: apse with facetted roof to centre, church hall to right with lower linking bay.
INTERIOR: of exceptional quality. Lightly tooled ashlar; 5-bay nave, quatrefoil piers, multiple moulded Gothic arches, hammerbeam roof with braces rising from long wall shafts with variously sculpted corbels; clustered piers at crossing; stone bowl and stem font; marble altar with inlaid floral decoration, marble trefoil-headed reredos with large crucifix flanked by figures in niches, trefoil-headed piscina and sedilia; oak choirstalls with poppyhead finials; timber transeptual screens with iron grille to upper part, carved intrados and parapet; Lady chapel, altar with sculpted vine decoration and polished Peterhead granite panel, mosaic reredos and cross, figure in niche above, piscina with large sculpted cill panel of lamb; border glazed windows; timber rib-vaulted ceiling with boarded panels. 2-manual and pedal organ, John R Miller, Dundee, in (ecclesiastical) N transept, fan vaulted organ case.
GATEPIERS AND BOUNDARY WALL: 4 ashlar and bull-faced, pyramidal-capped gatepiers with quadrants, rubble boundary wall with rounded coping to N and E.