Places of Worship in Auchtermuchty Parish in Fife Region

  • Auchtermuchty Antiburgher Church

    A small church was built on this site in 1783 to serve the Antiburgher congregation of Auchtermuchty. There is little information about this original church and no surviving images (whether early photography or a drawing/painting). In 18...

    The later United Presbyterian Church, built on the same site.
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  • Auchtermuchty Baptist Church

    This small former Baptist Church is a fairly vernacular-looking building, with simple rectangular windows and a hipped slate roof. It is built on a slope at the bottom of Croft Lane and fronts onto Burnside, where the Auchtermuchty Burn ...

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  • Auchtermuchty Former Relief Church

    This small, much-altered structure was originally built as a meeting place for a break-away congregation in the later 18th century. It faces Madras Road, close to the old medieval core of Auchtermuchty and borders a narrow lane on&n...

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  • Auchtermuchty Former United Associate Chapel (now Victoria Hall)

    This former church, now a public hall, stands on a prominent corner location at the juncture of Burnside and the busy A91, which is the main road through Auchtermuchty. The rectangular church was built in 1865 and features an ornate west...

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  • Auchtermuchty Gospel Hall

    Auchtermuchty Gospel Hall was at the top of Kilnheuch on a corner near the town cross. The east elevation faces onto a steep slope which leads downhill towards Burnside. It is likely that the Hall has been turned into a private residence...

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  • Auchtermuchty Parish Church

    Auchtermuchty parish church is on the brow of a hill that overlooks Burnside to the northeast and faces onto High Street to the west. The raised ground and close location to Auchtermuchty burn suggest that this was the site of a much ear...

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  • Auchtermuchty West United Free Church


    This church was on Madras Road. It is noted as having united with the East United Presbyterian Church (site number: 4659) in 1873, after which it was demolished.


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  • Former United Presbyterian Church (now a school hall)

    This church currently serves as a hall for the local primary school. It was built between 1849 and 1850 in the grounds of the school next to Back Dykes, which leads up a slope from Burnside's shops and houses.    It was bu...

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  • Myres Castle Chapel

    Myres Castle was built in the early 16th century to the south of Auchtermuchty and is set within a designed landscape of parkland, woods and gardens. The castle was built on land granted to Robert Coxwell by James I of Scotland, who serv...

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  • St Stephen's Church Hall

    This small Georgian building was built as a Free Church in 1843, alongside the town's parish church graveyard. It is built onto Croft Lane, a steep road that leads to Burnside, part of the old medieval core of Auchtermuchty. The former B...

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  • St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church


    This church was erected in 1959 in Marshall Place to the north of Burnside. It has a boundary wall and is in a gravel and concrete yard. From the rear of the building the adjacent United Free church (sit...

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  • United Free Church

    This church, which was originally built as a Burgher Church, faces west onto Burnside and is sited on raised ground behind a crenellated wall. The building is in a poor state of repair. Its last recorded use was as a workshop and part of...

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