Holy Trinity Church

Founded in 1410-12, the 'Town Kirk' in South Street, St Andrews replaced an earlier parish church which had been situated close to the cathedral. It was drastically altered in 1798 - 1800 and reconstructed in 1907-9 to a design closer to its original form. In the south transept is a monument of Dutch craftsmanship constructed in the 1680s to the memory of Archbishop James Sharp who was murdered at Magus Muir. Other features include the magnificent pulpit and modern stain glass.

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