This town centre church was built in 1802, enlarged in 1831 and then completely refurbished in 1996 by W I Munro Architects, who won a Civic Trust Award for part of the town's regeneration. In 2002 a new stained glass window was added.
There are Covenanters' graves, which are historically very interesting, to be seen in the adjacent churchyard.
This church is close to The Cross in the heart of the town, standing today in a pedestrianised cobble-stoned side street. It is one of the main landmarks of Kilmarnock and I find it a very attractive building.
Church services there are currently on Sundays at 11.00am and also at 9.30am from June to August.