8 September 2019 (1300 - 1700)
A church has stood on this site since 1126 when Robert, Archbishop of St Andrews, granted the land to the Abbey of Dunfermline. The original building, which was dedicated to St Glastian, has had many alterations since then. The current building standing on the footprint of the original, dates partly to the 16thC, but was largely rebuilt in 1773 after it had become ruinous, and was then altered again in 1887. The phases of extending and rebuilding can still be seen in the masonry walls.
Combine your visit to the church with a short walk to see the nearby Finglassin's Well.