St Columba’s Church Centre completed in 1983 is jointly owned by the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Scotland, a unique situation in Scotland. The Centre consists of two places of worship, the larger of the two has a church hall, two foyers, a lesser hall, a vestry and other offices.

In the Catholic Chapel, there is an Altar consecrated in June 1984, a Font and support for the Tabernacle made up of Aberdeen granite, which were executed by A. and J. Robertson Ltd.

The vintage Tabernacle, a gift from Marydale, Cannich has a golden door with an engraved image of the Lamb in majesty. The statues of Our Lady and St Columba at the far sides of the sanctuary area were executed by the local artist, Mrs Anne Davidson. The high cross on the south side of the building was designed by Brian Glassar of Gray’s School of Art. The congregation drawn largely from the Bridge of Don area has been growing in number through the years; and in the last census in November 2023, the number was over one hundred and fifty parishioners attending the weekend Masses.