Places of Worship in Keith Parish in Grampian Region

  • Holy Trinity Episcopal Church

    This large Episcopal church was built in the 1880s on a new site to replace a much smaller, simple church building elsewhere in Keith. The church sits on a slight slope and is aligned east-west, a short distance north of the original tow...

    Church from the east
    24 photos
  • Keith Old Parish Church

    The old church of Keith was located on a prominent rise, overlooking the small River Isla, which has been utilised by several nearby distilleries. The Keith and Dufftown railway borders the site to the east and a modern supermarket build...

    View of graveyard from south west
    7 photos
  • Newmill Former Parish Church

    This plain former church is located on its own just east of the small planned town or village of Newmill. The village was established to challenge the newly-extended Keith a short distance to the south. Newmill was laid out to look like ...

    View of the church from the south-west
    2 photos
  • North Church, Keith

    North Church was originally built in the mid 19th century as a Free Church on a prominent corner site, close to the town centre of Keith. It is aligned east-west and includes a large hall complex at the east end. 

    View of the church from the north
    16 photos
  • Sisters of Mercy Convent, Keith

    This would appear to be a small, private convent, which is a semi-detached domestic building or house in Keith. It is not clear whether it is still in use as a convent today. The grid reference known places it a short distance north of S...

  • St Rufus Parish Church, Keith

    St Rufus Parish Church was built in the early 19th century as a replacement for the original, medieval church of Old Keith. It is built on a flat-topped mound on the eastern edge of the original kirktown of Keith, overlooking the River I...

    View of the church from the south-east
    17 photos
  • St Thomas' Roman Catholic Church, Keith

    St Thomas Roman Catholic Church is located on a prominent site in the large new town area of Keith, a grid-like pattern of streets laid out in the 18th and 19th century, south of Old Keith. The church is aligned east-west and faces a lar...

    View of church from north
    23 photos