Foundation stone laid September 1963 and opened June 1965, the building was designed by Howard Taylor (Church of Scotland Home Board) and represents the best of ‘60s concrete architecture: light, open, inclusive. The sculptures above the entrance represent the four evangelists and the Holy Spirit. It has a lozenge shaped worship space, with raised central dias, a floating roof representing a bird watching over its brood and furnished with Whytock & Reid chancel furniture, Scots designed stained ‘glass’. Vertical structural girder exposed as part of major ‘cross’ piece – in the church and in the world. Building not likely to remain in this present form after church union sometime after 2013.