Places of Worship in Banff Parish in Grampian Region

  • Banff Methodist Church

    This small church is located on the corner of Seafield Street and Reidhaven Street, a short distance north of the elongated town centre of Banff and on one of the main routes into the large town. The church was built in 1878 as a Wesleya...

    View of the church from the south-west
    5 photos
  • Banff Monastic Hospital Site

    There is little information about this possible medieval hospital site, thought to have existed in or around the town of Banff. An old place name in the area, Hospital Mire, is thought to refer to a former wet or boggy area near to a wel...

  • Carmelite Friary, Banff

    There is very little information currently known about this medieval monastic site. It was thought to have been a Carmelite foundation of uncertain date and location. Some sources point to the monastery being located in what is now the g...

  • Church of Ord, Banff

    This former church is now a private house, called Beechgrove. The former manse is located a short distance to the north. The church was built in the 1830s and stands in a small plot in the middle of an open, arable landscape, alongside a...

    View from the south-east
    2 photos
  • Harvest Centre, Banff

    The Harvest Centre is the name of the Riverside Christian Church movement. Its congregation in Banff currently use the former hall of Alvah and Trinity Church, which is itself now redundant. The hall is located alongside the former churc...

    View of the former church hall from the east
    1 photo
  • Old St Mary's Church and Burial Ground, Banff

    The ruins of the old St Mary's Church and the surrounding graveyard were the heart of medieval Banff and in the centre of the town and close to its busy and important harbour. The latest phase of the church was built in the 16th century,...

    Church remains / aisle from south west
    8 photos
  • Our Lady of Mount Carmel Roman Catholic Church, Banff

    This small Roman Catholic church was built in the 1870s on a prominent, raised plot, overlooking Banff's harbour and bay to the south-east. It is in an area south of the town centre, surrounded by mainly mid-Victorian villas with large g...

    View of church from north east
    17 photos
  • St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Banff

    St Andrew's Episcopal Church is a fairly large building, located on High Street in the southern end of Banff's town centre, not far from St Mary's Parish Church. It was built by well known architect Archibald Simpson in the 1830s. The ch...

    View of church from west
    31 photos
  • St Mary's Parish Church, Banff

    This very large church and accompanying hall complex is located at the south end of the elongated town centre of Banff, on a prominent corner plot. The main body of the church was built in 1790 to replace the smaller, medieval St Mary's ...

    View of church from south west
    34 photos
  • Trinity and Alvah Church, Banff

    This large former church stands in the centre of Banff, facing High Street. It was built in the mid 19th century as a Free Church, but was more recently in use by Church of Scotland as Trinity and Alvah Church. It is an unusually grand, ...

    View from the south-east
    5 photos