Places of Worship in Ballingry Parish in Fife Region

  • Ballingry Kirk

    Ballingry Parish church sits in a graveyard, in Ballingry Road. Several 18th century gravestones, carved with the symbols of death are in the graveyard.

     

  • Chapel of Inchgall

    Inchgall Castle (also known as Lochore Castle) dates to the early 14th century and was built by Adam de Vallance to replace an older castle building which had become ruinous. It was built on a raised mound alongside Inchgall Loch (which ...

    Inchgall Castle
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  • Lochcraig (St. Kenneth's)

    All information relating to this church has been consolidated in site 6685, Ballingry, St Kenneth's and St Bernard's.

  • Lochcraig Church

    Constructed in 1904 this United Free Church was originally called Glencraig and Lochore United Free Church. From looking at an old photograph it appears to have been a rectangular sandstone building with a slate roof. There also appears ...


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  • St. Kenneth and St. Bernard's

    This Roman Catholic church is in a grass and tarmac precinct in a residential area on Hill Road in Ballingry.   It was constructed in 1959,  and was originally called St. Bernard's.   In 1987 the church united wi...


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  • St. Kenneth's

    Constructed in 1924, this former Roman Catholic Church is up a lane in a country setting away from the road;  the manse is just to the south of the church. The building has been out of use since 1987, when it closed and united with ...


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  • St. Serf's Benarty

    This church which was constructed in 1831 was originally a T-plan building, orientated East-West. Alterations were made in 1876,  widening the seats and adding a little vestry at this time. The church was greatly changed in 1966 whe...


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