Places of Worship in Kilrenny Parish in Fife Region

  • Cellardyke Church

    This church was built in 1882 in a residential district on Toll Road in Cellardyke, east of Anstruther.    It faces west.    The building consists of a galleried main cell with north and south transepts and ...

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  • Kilrenny Old Parish Church


    Kilrenny old parish church was consecrated in 1243 and possibly dedicated to St. Ethernannus, although this is not certain. It was a larger building than the present church. By 1808 the church had become...

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  • Kilrenny Parish Church

    The present parish church at Kilrenny was built between 1807 and 1808. It is situated on the brow of a hill in the village of Kilrenny, surrounded  to the north, south and east by a large graveyard which slopes downhill to the east,...

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  • Skeith Stone

    The Skeith Stone is an incised boulder situated next to a farm track south west of Rennyhill Farm in Kilrenny. Little is known about its provenance or purpose. An entry into RCAHMS Canmore database, dated 1903 records that the stone is i...

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  • The Caves of Caiplie

    The Caves of Caiplie, which have been cut by the sea, are situated to the east of Kilrenny on the coastal path. They are reputedly the site of early Christian worship.    The largest is known as Chapel Cave and features a ...

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