The Church sits prominently on the sea front and is very identifiable with the characteristics of the local area, together with the adjacent tenement flats which are also in red dressed freestone. Designed by the renowned architect McGregor Chalmers, the stone was brought from a quarry at Corries on the island of Arran.

The internal woodwork, including pews, is in light oak and the organ is a two-manual mechanical action wind-blown instrument with enhanced stops.

We are justifiably proud of our beautiful sanctuary which, in itself, is an inspiration to the congregation.