Places of Worship in Kinghorn Parish in Fife Region

  • Eglise Marie Chapel Site

    A small medieval chapel, known as Eglise Marie (St Mary's Church), is said to have been located in this area, which is now open arable farmland a short distance south-west of Kirkcaldy. The Statistical Account of Scotland (1845) men...

  • Former United Presbyterian Church

    This building was built and opened as a United Presbyterian Church in 1856.   It is on a corner plot at the junction between Rosslands Place and Burntisland Road, Kinghorn.  It was also known as Rosslands Church, and ...


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  • Kinghorn Former Free Church

    This former church, which is beside a main road on the north eastern side of the town, was originally built as a Free Church in 1846, after the 1845 Disruption led to a split in the established church.  It went out of use some ...


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  • Kinghorn Old Parish Church

     

    The remains of the Old Kirk in Kinghorn are in a graveyard on raised ground above the shore, to the east of the current Parish Church (site number: 2450). The Old Kirk was built in the thirteenth ce...


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  • Kinghorn Parish Church, Fife

     

    There has been a Christian church on this site for over 750 years, but its medieval history is obscure.   The present parish church sits in a graveyard on raised ground above the shore and is sometimes called 'Th...


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  • Our Lady of the Assumption Church

    This large former Roman Catholic Church is located on Bruce Terrace, a residential part of Kinghorn. Neighbouring housing is built on either side of the church, which sits within walled grounds (now a monoblock driveway to the front). It...

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  • St Mary and St Leonard Episcopal Church

    St Mary and St Leonard Episcopal Church was a pre-fabricated metal-clad building (a so-called 'tin-church') designed by architects Spiers & Co and built in 1905. It was located in the coastal community of Kinghorn on the junction of ...


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