Places of Worship in Strathmiglo Parish in Fife Region

  • Edenshead Church

    Edenshead Church was built in 1823 and was originally a United Secession Church. It is enclosed by a boundary wall on the east end of the village of Gateside, next to the main road.   It united with the Church of Scotland was w...


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  • Fragment of Strathmiglo Cross

    According to the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland a cross was located west of Kirk Wynd in 1605. A fragment of the cross has been incorporated into the base of a sundial, which is inserted into th...


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  • Gateside Chapel

    There is little documentary evidence about this chapel and its location. The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) states that a pre-reformation chapel was established at Gateside by...


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  • Site of St Martin's Church

    The site of St Martin's Church is located in the graveyard of Strathmmiglo Parish Church. St Martin's was founded in the 16th century as a collegiate. Patronage was confirmed in 1528 and 1548 and the church is mentioned in documents of 1...


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  • Site of Strathmiglo Collegiate Church

    According to the Rev. Dr. James Laird, this church might have been on the site of the old church of St. Martin's (which is visible only as a slight earthwork in the graveyard of the present kirk).    It is probable that St...


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  • Strathmiglo Congregational Chapel

    A Congregational Chapel in Strathmiglo is mentioned in a publication and inventory but little information is known about it and where it was located is not known. It is referred to in the 1883 publication the Ordn...

  • Strathmiglo Former Free Church

    This was the first Free Church built in Strathmiglo and was built in the mid 19th century. It is located at the western end of the village, on Dryside Road. Since the early 1980s it has been used as a community hall and an extension was ...


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  • Strathmiglo North (now Strathmiglo Church Hall)

    This former church building, which faces on to the High Street, and is known locally as the Asbestos church, replaced a church built on the feu of Stedmorland (location not confirmed but probably to the north of the village). The congreg...


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  • Strathmiglo Parish Church

    This church was built in 1787 at the top of Kirk Wynd near the edge of the village of Strathmiglo.   It is at the west of the three separate graveyards relating to the present and earlier churches (sites 1499 and 8364).  &...


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  • Strathmiglo Pictish Stone

    This Pictish stone stands at the entrance to the oldest of the three graveyards adjoining the Parish Church. It dates to around 700AD and has indistinct symbols of a tuning fork and a deer head. The stone is badly ero...


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  • Strathmiglo South Free Church

    This building is  on Cash Feus, a residential road which runs at a right angle to Kirk Wynd, where the parish church (site  4661) is located.   It is currently used by an engineering firm. It sits is inside a rubble b...


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