Places of Worship in Peterculter Parish in Grampian Region

  • Cults East Church, Peterculter

    Cults East Church was built alongside the busy North Deeside Road, which runs through Peterculter east to west, and into Aberdeen. The church is set in small grounds with trees and parking space around it and the former manse to the nort...

    View of original south elevation with newer church behind
    12 photos
  • Cults West Church, Peterculter

    Cults West Church is located on the busy Deeside Road in Peterculter, which leads into Aberdeen city centre. Nearby are the other town churches Cults East Church and St Devenick's Episcopal Church, which form a group of three churches in...

    Exterior
    23 photos
  • Peterculter Old Free Church

    This former Free Church is located around two miles to the north of Peterculter and was built at the start of the Disruption in the 1840s. It was abandoned in 1895 and became ruinous before it was re-roofed with asbestos to form a store....

    View of the former church from the south-east
    1 photo
  • Peterculter Parish Church

    This town church occupies a prominent position, overlooking the centre of Peterculter on a corner site. It was built as a Free Church and was called Kelman Memorial Church until the congregation united with St Peter's Church nearby in 19...

    Church and tower
    35 photos
  • St Devenick's Episcopal Church

    This town church occupies a prominent corner site in Peterculter, west of Aberdeen city. It is one of three churches in close proximity to each other (the others being Cults East Church and Cults West Church). St Devenick's sits in small...

    The church from the south-west
    27 photos
  • St Peter's Church, Peterculter

    This T-plan church is located at the southern edge of Peterculter, close to the River Dee. The church sits at the north-west edge of a large graveyard, which was also the site of the earlier St Peter's Chapel. A large church hall is loca...

    The church from the north-west
    11 photos