William Burn, 1829. Spiky gothic, T-plan church with
3-stage tower. Stugged, coursed pink sandstone with
ashlar dressings; base course, chamfered reveals and
hoodmoulded to pointed-arch and 4-centred openings.
Perpendicular tracery to stone mullioned windows.
Louvred, cusped 2-light to tower. Grey slates.
TOWER: square, 3-stage tower adjoined to E gable end
wall of church. Doorway to E, with 2-leaf studded and
panelled doors, flanked by shafted angle buttresses;
window to S side; canted stair bay set in re-entrant
angle to N, with small window; set-offs to 2nd stage, with
narrower cusped windows on 3 sides, polygonal angles
extending up into attenuated pinnacles with
gabletted finials above 3rd stage; 2-light windows to
3 sides of 3rd stage, with hoodmoulds continuing in string
course; string course dividing upper stages. Parapet
with arrow-slit details to each side. Main gable with
angle buttresses and less attenuated finials; parapetted
skews adjoining tower.
W ELEVATION: buttressed gable with central 4-centred
doorway flanked by raised and buttressed pilasters,
linked tall 4-centre, 5-light window; door blocked 1892,
but studded doors retained. Parapetted skews.
N ELEVATION: gabled central N jamb flanked by 2-light
windows. N gable detailed similarly to W gable, but with
4-light window and corbel at apex missing finial (1988).
S ELEVATION: re-oriented to W, by J Jerdan, Edinburgh,
1892. White-washed walls, boarded dado; segmentally
arched and ribbed ceiling. Neo-Jacobean lairds gallery in
N jamb with coomb ceiling above. Panelled gallery front
with cusp carving to E end. Painted benches, clover
finials. Simple reredos. Traceried timber communion
table; panelled polygonal timber pulpit. Stained glass in
5-light by C E Kempe, 1888, Virgin, Child and Saints;
other windows by Ballantine and Gardiner, of 1892, 1898
GRAVEYARD WALLS, GATEPIERS AND GATES: stugged coursed
sandstone parapet wall with gable coping to S, rubble
walls to remaining perimeter. 2 sets of square ashlar
gatepiers with chamfered angles, moulded coping and
pyramid caps. 2 pairs of decorative wrought-iron gates.
Notable 18th century gravestones, particularly of mid