Pittenweem, Fife

  • Pittenweem Baptist Church

    This church was built as a Baptist Church in 1902. It is situated on a wynd running south from the High Street towards the seafront.   It has now been disposed of, and the congregations of Anstruther and Pittenweem Baptist Chur...


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  • Pittenweem Church of Christ the King, Roman Catholic

    This building was built as a large house in the early 1800s, but only became a Roman Catholic church in 1935.   It  faces south onto Milton Road and lies in neatly landscaped gardens. The upper floor of the building is als...


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  • Pittenweem Parish Church

    This church was founded sometime before c.1200, as attested by a fragment of a doorway noted by John Gifford at the east end of the north elevation, and as such predates the foundation of Pittenweem Priory to the southeast (site number: ...


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  • Pittenweem Priory

    The priory at Pittenweem was a Benedictine foundation and was in existence as early as 1221. It is situated to the south east of the parish church (site number: 1454), which may occupy the site of the Abbey church.    Surv...


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  • Pittenweem St. Fillan's (now Parish Church Hall)

    This building was built in 1846 as Pittenweem Relief Church and is now Pittenweem church hall. It is situated to the north of the parish church (site number: 1454), in the centre of an asphalt car park on the main road through Pittenweem...


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  • St. Fillan's Cave

    St. Fillan is traditionally said to have lived in and ministered from this cave in the seventh century. A spring and a well in the cave are named in his honour.   The cave is on Cove Wynd and would formerly have been in the gro...


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  • St. John's Episcopal Church

    This church was  founded by Bishop Low and opened in 1805.   It is on Marygate, on the northeast edge of the parish church graveyard (site 1454), with which it shares a boundary wall.   There is a private graveya...


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