Places of Worship in Kinloss Parish in Grampian Region

  • Bishopric of the Forces, Kinloss

    There was a small, multi-denominational chapel located on the RAF airbase of Kinloss. However, due to the closure of the airbase the chapel is no longer in use and some of the interior fittings and furnishings have been given to Kinloss ...

    One of the stained glass windows, now housed in the parish church
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  • Findhorn Church, Kinloss

    This simple village church in the small coastal community of Findhorn was built in the mid 19th century as a Free Church and has survived without much alteration to this day, although it is now Church of Scotland. The church is located c...

    View of church from NW
    11 photos
  • Grange Hall, Kinloss

    This is the site of the grange of Kinloss Abbey (see separate site for the abbey), mostly vernacular buildings such as the granary, farm buildings and accomodation. Abbeys controlled large areas of land, much of it used for farming, and ...

    The later estate farm, thought to be where the grange was located
    1 photo
  • Kinloss Abbey

    Kinloss Abbey was established by King David I in 1150 and grew into a large monastic establishment, with a large expansion and building programme carried out in the first half of the 16th century. It was a Cistercian abbey and founded by...

    View of abbey from west
    8 photos
  • Kinloss Parish Church

    This parish church is located in the old, original part of Kinloss, which was a small, fairly remote village before the RAF airbase was established here and grew into the vast size it is today, complete with multiple hanges, industrial u...

    View of church from SW
    18 photos