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We always welcome visitors. The Church has strong links with Christians and Christian groups worldwide.

Visitor Information

The Kirk welcomes visitors. During the summer months we have a team of volunteer wardens who will be pleased to show you around. If you prefer, you may enjoy the peace and history of this building on your own.

Please note that the East Kirk is presently closed following the archaeological dig in 2006. There is a viewing window from Drum's Aisle. An illustratedbooklet about the dig will be available for purchase at a cost of 2.50.


Admission to the Kirk is free, but donations are very welcome. It costs roughly 3,000 to run the Kirk weekly, and we receive no government aid.

If you are a UK taxpayer, we invite you to give your donation in a Gift Aid envelope. This scheme enables the Kirk to claim a tax refund of 25p for every 1 you give.

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Did you know that at one time St. Mary's Chapel was used as a  plumbers warehouse.
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