St Peter's Free Church of Scotland
St Peter’s Church was built in 1836, a simple classically proportioned building on an East West axis with a stone tower and spire on St Peters street. The building which was refurbished in 2009, has a well-lit interior with a three sided gallery on cast iron columns and two arts and crafts stained glass windows on the West end flanking the central platform (previously a raised pulpit, and organ). It was designed in the reformed tradition with the emphasis on hearing the Word of God. Robert Murray McCheyne was the minister of this church until his death in 1843.
10:00 - 16:00
Explore the building, tea, coffee, cake, and barbecue. Kids corner and an art exhibition featuring work by local artists.
16.00 - 16.30
Exploring the tradition of acapella singing
An evening of folk, traditional, blues and classical music.
There is no charge for the concert but there will be an opportunity to support Mission International partners in Malawi with a water project following the devastation of the cyclone.
Booking not required.
Where to find us
- St Peter's Lane
- DD1 4JJ
Programmes this building took part in: