Beith Parish Churches
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|Beith High & Trinity Churches|
|Denomination||Church of Scotland|
|Website||Beith Parish Churches|
|Minister(s)||Rev. Roddy Macdonald
Rev. Valerie Watson
The Beith High Church was built in 1807 and extended in 1885. Gothic T-plan kirk dominated by the tall five-stage tower. Stained glass by Gordon Webster. Harrison & Harrison pipe organ 1885. The High Church is a category B listed building.
The Beith Trinity Church was built in 1883, designed by architect Robert Baldie. The chief external feature is a graceful octagonal tower. Interior destroyed by fire 1917, rebuilt 1926. Gothic style, with rectangular nave, Gothic arched chancel and one transept on the east side. Stained glass by John C Hall & Co. Organ 1937 by Hill, Norman & Beard. Trinity Church is a category C listed building.
The archives of Beith Church are maintained by the Archives of the University of Glasgow (GUAS).
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