Troon Old Parish Church
The sanctuary of Troon Old is a Neo-Gothic design by Hippolyte Blanc, built 1893-1895 in red sandstone to supersede the 1838 sanctuary now used as the church hall. It incorporates many fine stained glass windows including the 23' Crucifixion window, the Ascension window by Morris Studio, several windows by Gordon Webster and others. The interior architecture includes an alabaster reredos depicting Moses, St Paul and The Last Supper, an octagonal marble font to match the richly carved octagonal pulpit in wood, a mosaic pavement of the Paschal Lamb, and other notable features. Sunday Service at 10:30am.
For Doors Open Days explore how the use of Portland, St Meddan’s and Troon Old Parish Church buildings will change and evolve, as the three congregations unite to form the new Troon Church of Scotland.
Booking not required.
Where to find us
- Ayr Street
- KA10 6EB
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