Holy Trinity Scottish Episcopal Church, Kilmarnock
Gothic church by James Wallace, 1865, with porch and magnificent chancel designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, 1856. Chancel contains unique Pre-Raphaelite style painted walls and ceiling designed by Powell & Sons and Burlison & Grylls, described by Close & Riches thus: It is without parallel in Ayrshire, and stands among the best examples of High Victorian church decoration in Scotland. Inside view our stained glass windows by Powell & Sons, Clayton & Bell, and William Aikman and the pipe organ from 1877.
Communion service on Sunday 10.30am - all welcome.
For Doors Open Days there will be a printed guide and members of the congregation to show visitors around.
Booking not required.
Where to find us
- 2-4 Portland Road
- KA1 2BS
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