Places of Worship in Spynie Parish in Grampian Region

  • Holy Trinity Church, Spynie

    A medieval church stood here until it was replaced by a new church at New Spynie in the 1730s. It was located within a graveyard, which is now alongside Spynie House and surrounded by the former designed landscape of the house. The grave...

    View of the graveyard and site of the church (Image copyright of Ann Harrison and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence
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  • Kintrae Early Church

    A 13th century charter (1203-1222) states that an 'old' church stood on ground that is now part of a cultivated arable field. There was a graveyard alongside the church. There is no trace of the church or graveyard today, except as possi...

    The field in which the church was said to have stood
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  • Myreside Cross Site

    This is the site of a cross, which is said to have stood at an old road junction on the northern edge of Elgin. It is not clear if the cross marked the site of a place of worship or was associated with one. The cross no longer exists and...

  • New Spynie Parish Church

    New Spynie Parish Church is a small T-plan structure, located in small grounds alongside a quiet, rural road. The church overlooks a large expanse of productive farm land and there is a forestry plantation to the east. There is a well-ke...

    View of church from south
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