Places of Worship in Cullen Parish in Grampian Region

  • Bede House Site, Cullen

    A bede house or hospital was founded in or around Cullen on numerous occasions. A bede house was known to have been built on land south of Old Cullen, the original settlement west of the modern town. The exact site is not known today but...

    View of the area where the bede house stood from the north-east
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  • Cullen Auld Kirk

    Cullen Auld Kirk as it is known locally, is a particularly notable church, with a long and interesting history. It is located in a secluded area alongside Cullen House. The medieval village of Cullen was alongside the church, but the own...

    View of church from south
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  • Cullen Church Hall

    This large building was built as a church hall for Cullen but it is occasionally used for worship too, especially in winter, when the parish church (see Cullen Auld Kirk) is too far for many of the congregation to easily reach. The churc...

    View of the hall from the south-east
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  • Cullen Methodist Church

    Cullen Methodist Church is nestled within a packed complex of fishing cottages and houses in the planned, grid-like new town on the north coast of Moray. Modern Cullen was laid out as a 'seatown' in the early 19th century, overlooking th...

    View of the church from the north-west
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  • Former Seafield Free Church, Cullen

    This large former church is set back slightly on the main road through the planned town of Cullen. The frontage and tower we see was built in 1900 against an existing plain church, built over fifty years earlier. It was originally a Free...

    View from the south-west
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  • Former St Mary's Episcopal Church, Cullen

    This former Episcopal church or chapel was built in the early 20th century in the small, planned town of Cullen and was linked to St John's Episcopal Church in nearby Portsoy. It went out of use many years ago and is currently used as a ...

    View from the south
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