Church Buildings in Arbirlot & Carmyllie
The Church buildings and halls are well maintained with excellent stained glass windows. Both Churches have good organs (+ pianos) but owing to a lack of organist, Arbirlot now have a Hymn Technology 300 device which supplies computer sampled organ sound to accompany singing and has up to 2700 tunes. Carmyllie Church have an induction loop installed, generously donated by a member. In 2009, the Listed Buildings Inspectorate considered Carmyllie Church and its curtilage to be uniquely unspoiled in the East of Scotland.
Arbirlot Church has a large hall (the former Free Church in the village) and Carmyllie has a small modern hall near the Church. Both Churches have glebes, farmed by members of the Church for the benefit of Church funds.
The manse, in Arbirlot, is an architect-designed, 4 bedroomed house built in 1984. It is situated in a large, attractive garden screened by mature trees with extensive lawns to front and rear.