— #23 St Andrew's Church
The fine pulpit with organ pipes behind. The galleries on both sides could seat a further 200 worshippers. The stained glass window is stll in situ but has been covered over by a climbing wall.
St Andrew’s was also known as the Fishermen’s Kirk. The Harvest Festival was a significant service for the congregation; blessing the bountiful sea and praying for a successful year to come was spiritually important to Newhaveners.
St Andrew’s Church prepared for Harvest Sunday. In the evening, the church choir would perform favourite hymns. Scottish psalms and paraphrases, and well known Sankey and Moody hymns
Two fine sculpted figures, one of a fishermen and one of a soldier, were featured on plaques in the church’s interior. These are now located in the Newhaven Church cafe area.