The Kirk of Calder is the Grade ‘A’ listed Church of Scotland Parish Church serving Mid Calder. Open Sundays May to September, other times by arrangement
The Kirk is a thriving church serving the community of Mid Calder . The original part was built in 1541 and extended in 1863. It features spectacular stained glass windows and a organ by James Conacher, from 1888.
It is a *** Visit Scotland attraction and open to the public on Sunday Afternoons (from April to September) between 2 and 4pm. Admission is FREE!
Visitors will of course always be made most welcome to any 10:30 Sunday morning service!
Previous visitors include John Knox, James Paraffin Young, David Livingstone and Frederick Chopin - and we look forward to meeting you too!
Find out more information on their website here!
The Kirk of Calder
Sundays May to September: 2pm to 4pm
Other times by arrangement
Pets permitted in graveyard and grounds
Travel by Car
From M8 use Junction 3 take the A899 ) for 2.7 miles to Lizzie Brice Roundabout (Shell Garage)
From Lizzie Brice Roundabout Livingston take 1st exit, past garage,
Heading southeast 0.4 on Calder Park Rd/B8046
Take the 3rd right toward Main St - 0.5 mile (Kirk of Calder Sign on Post)
Destination is on the left.Head southeast toward Calder Park Rd/B8046
Parking is available on Main Street 50 metres South of the church. Extra parking available in the Glenalmond Hall car park 150 metres to the North on Main St.
The Postcode for Sat Nav is EH53 0AN
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