Sir Robert Rowand Anderson, 1883; saddle-back tower, same architect, 1887, in angle between nave and chancel. E -W orientation, with N transept and S aisle. Stugged sandstone with paler ashlar dressings.
E ELEVATION: adjoining chancel gable with 5-light lancet window, central light taller and cusped tracery over geometric side lights, stone ringed cross on gable.
TOWER (houses vestry): hoodmoulded doorway; slit-lights in 2 stages above; paired hoodmoulded louvred belfry openings to front and back of 3rd stage, single hoodmoulded louvred opening to each return; stepped triple lancet to front and back in steep gable; tall chimneystack on N elevation, modern skylight behind.
S ELEVATION: (aisle) 3-bay triple lancet windows, buttresses between, to left return single lancet.
W ELEVATION: pentagonal apse with pair of hoodmoulded double lancet windows, plate tracery above; to left bottom hoodmoulded double lancet window. Gothic niche for bell in gablehead; stone cross above.
N ELEVATION: hoodmoulded doorway, inset plaque above; small trefoil topped double window, to left large gothic 3 light window with multifoil light above; double gabled transept: to right return hoodmoulded double lancet, blind wall to left return.
Rosemary-tiled roof; cast iron rainwater goods
INTERIOR: Triple N arcade, double S arcade opening into aisle, large SW window lights back of church and W gallery. Communion table in chancel, pulpit to one side. Font from Old Kirk. Stained glass windows: N; 1895, Moore of London (Christ blessing the children); 1918, Douglas Strachan (St Patrick contemplating a ruined castle).