Places of Worship in Kirkmichael Parish in Grampian Region

  • Former Mission Hall, Tomintoul

    There is little information known about this small former place of worship, but it appears to have been built as a Mission Hall and was later used as a church hall by the adjacent parish church (see separate site, Tomintoul Parish Church...

    View of the hall from the north
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  • Kirkmichael Former Parish Church

    The former parish church of Kirkmichael stands in open countryside, alongside a rural road through a flat-bottomed, narrow valley. Small, cultivated fields bound the church and graveyard to the west, north and south, and there is sparse ...

    View of the former church from the south-east (Copyright Scottish Civic Trust)
    1 photo
  • St Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Kirkmichael

    St Michael's Roman Catholic Church is located in the planned village of Tomintoul, which was laid out with a grid-like street plan in the mid 18th century. The church stands on slightly higher ground than the majority of the village and ...

    The principal elevation and doorway from the SW
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  • Tomintoul Former United Free Church

    This small former church stands close to the centre of the planned village of Tomintoul, which was laid out in a grid-like pattern and is the highest village in Scotland. It is a detached building and stands within a small plot with a gr...

    View of the former church from the east
    1 photo
  • Tomintoul Parish Church, Kirkmichael

    The small village of Tomintoul in southern Moray was laid out in a grid-like street plan in the late 18th century by the 4th Duke of Gordon. The parish church of the village is located neorth of the central square, along Main Street. A s...

    View from west
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