Places of Worship in Collessie Parish in Fife Region

  • Collessie Mill Chapel Site

    There is very little evidence of a chapel, which was said to have been located near a saw mill in Collessie. The site today is a short distance north of Collessie village overlooking Cellessie Den, a steep-sided valley with numerous lade...

  • Collessie Parish Church

    The church is sited on a knoll above the older part of the village of Collessie.   It is believed that the site had been used for worship for many centuries, perhaps even as early as the Bronze Age.    Wha...

    South elevation
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  • Former United Free Church

    This former United Free Church was built in 1847 to house the local Free Church congregation, which had left the established church in 1843.  It is located in the small hamlet of Charlottetown, north-west of Ladybank, in a fertile, ...

    South elevation of Giffordtown Hall
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  • Ladybank Gospel Hall

    Ladybank Gospel Hall is a modern, late 20th century building, situated on Hill Street near the centre of the village of Ladybank. It is built slightly back from the street and has small grounds to the front, bounded by a wooden fenc...

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  • Ladybank Kerr Memorial Church Site

    This church was built as the parish church of Ladybank, a planned village in the Howe of Fife, in 1882 by James Campbell Walker. It was located in Church Lane, in the centre of the village. Ladybank for several years had two ch...

    View of church from Well Road (Photographer unknown)
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  • Ladybank Parish Church

    Ladybank Parish Church was originally built as a Free Church in the later 19th century and was known as St Mary's. It was built in 1876 to replace a smaller Free Church of 1847 located in nearby Charlottetown (see separate site). La...

    12 photos
  • Rossie House Mausoleum

    This is a substantial ruined mausoleum in a wooded enclosure on the Rossie House Estate, located a short distance southeast of Rossie House, near Auchtermuchty. Although building records are lacking, the tomb was probably of 17...

  • St. Mary's Episcopal Church


    This church faces south onto a road running across the southern edge of Ladybank. The first service was held here in 1923.

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