Places of Worship in Ferry-port-on-craig Parish in Fife Region

  • Carved Stone, Tayport

    A carved stone was recorded as being found in Tayport many years ago. It may well have been associated with an early church or chapel in the area. No other information is available at the present time.

  • Ferry-Port-On-Craig Church

    A church was built on this site in 1607 and then rebuilt in 1794, with extensive additions in 1825. It is set on sloping ground back from the southerly end of Castle Street behind the town well. The church commands a view of the Tay...

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  • Former United Secession Church

    The church faces west onto Castle Street and is set back from the road behind a gate and surrounded by gravel. It was built as an Antiburgher church in 1844, with windows glazed with geometric stained glass which date from 1900. &nb...

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  • Our Lady Star of the Sea

    Our Lady's was built in 1939 and is widely regarded as an archictecturally distinguished church. It was given "B-list" conservation status by Historic Scotland and is a fine example of the architect, Reginald Fairlie's, work.

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  • St. Margaret of Scotland

    This church was built in 1899.   It faces east on to Queen Street and sits in neat gravel grounds. The church itself is cruciform with an apsidal west end. Behind the building is Dickson Hall, which was built in 2004 and i...

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  • Tayport Parish Church

    This large Gothic church was built as a Free Church in 1843. It faces west onto Queen Street in the centre of Tayport, close to the town's primary school. It is set within small garden grounds with railings and an enclosing wall. Th...

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  • United Free Church of Scotland

    This building is set in well kept ground off King Street. It is a large single storey structure with a gable roof which stretches back far to the south and has a number of additional builds towards the rear. The main b...

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