Places of Worship in Kinglassie Parish in Fife Region

  • Church of Christ

    This modern town church was designed by architect W. Stevenson and opened in 1976. It was extended significantly three years later to provide classrooms and a Fellowship Hall. It is located in a residential area with several&nb...


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  • Convent of Notre Dame

    Reference was found online (www.findachurch.co.uk) to a convent being at this address (196 Colliston Avenue). However, no other information could be found at this time.

  • Dogton Stone

    This stone, which is in a field on Dogton Farm, 1.5km to the south of Kinglassie, is all that remains of a free standing cross with Pictish symbols.  Its origin is uncertain but it may date to the tenth century and may mark the...


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  • Former United Free Church

    This church was constructed in 1910 as the United Free Church in Kinglassie. It is on the main road in the village, very close to the Free Church which has now been converted into a private house.   The building is set back fro...


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  • Kinglassie Former Free Church

    The Free Church in the former mining village of Kinglassie was constructed in 1844 following the Disruption in 1843. The church is set on the main road in the village and is separated from the pavement by a low flat coped whinstone rubbl...


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  • Kinglassie Parish Church

    The land on which the first church was built was confirmed to Dunfermline Abbey by Robert, Bishop of St Andrews (1126-1156).   Prior to the reformation the church of Kinglassie belonged to the Abbey of Dunfermline and it was de...


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  • St. Columba's Parish Church, Glenrothes

    Under the terms of the New Towns Act of 1946 Glenrothes was to be provided with churches as well as other buildings.   St Columba's was built as a Church of Scotland church in 1960-61 by Wheeler & Sproson, taking its i...


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  • St. Ninian's Parish Church, Glenrothes

    This large and fairly unusual church building opened in 1970 in the west of Glenrothes, a new town that was planned and laid out in the 1950s and 1960s. It sits within open grounds with large areas of grass and semi-mature trees. Houses ...

    View of site
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  • The Salvation Army, Glenrothes

    The Salvation Army hall in Glenrothes is a fairly large building, situated on a corner plot between Caskieberran Road and Melvinch Place. There are grass covered grounds to the front of the building and a tarmac ...

    View of north elevation
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