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St John's Episcopal Church

St. John's Episcopal Church(1867- 9, 1872, c 1900), Broad Street, Alloa

This elegant church was built for Walter Coningsby Erskine, Earl of Mar & Kellie, as a gift to the congregation. It is of simple Geometric style and has a separate bell-tower with a tall, broach spire. It is one of the most beautifully designed and finished Episcopal churches in Scotland.

There is stained glass by Gibb, Kempe and others; a Sicilian marble altar with a reredos mosaic by Salviati of Venice, who also designed the choir windows; and some fine memorials, including an impressive marble effigy of Walter Coningsby Erskine, a World War I memorial designed by Sir Robert Lorimer, and two tablets of 1902 with enamels by Phoebe Anna Traquair.

The Church was restored recently with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.

 

Contact information

Museum and Heritage Officer,
Lime Tree House, Castle Street, Alloa, FK10 1EX
Tel: 01259 450000
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