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St Andrew's Parish Church    Park Circus    Ayr    KA7 2DL
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The church was opened for public worship in November 1893.The Grade B listed building located in a tree-lined conservation area, is in good condition and the elegant church steeple has long been a notable landmark.

A recent extension to the building houses a modern lounge, a suite of multi-purpose rooms, the vestry, church office and kitchen. The church hall provides excellent facilities for church organisations and our Hall Convener has successfully encouraged use by outside organisations. As a church we aim to work as part of the community in providing not only spiritual worship and prayers, but also an access for the wider community to come and share friendships within our varied groups and organisations.

We strive to make our church accessible to all. There is wheelchair access to the church, halls and Breckenridge lounge as well as a disabled toilet. There is a crèche facility throughout the Sunday morning service for the very young

Our halls are available to book for a wide variety of activities, and events please see our current St Andrew’s Church Halls Diary download Here

St Andrews Church

St Andrew's identified by its tall red sandstone spire, was opened in November 1893. The worshipping congregation came from the Wallacetown Free Church disruption. The design, by John B Wilson, is Perpendicular Gothic.

The beautiful stained glass includes work by John Blyth, Marcus McLundie and G Maile Studios, Canterbury. The church hall (1897) is by William McClelland, major extensions to provide additional accommodation 1963 and 1983.