Places of Worship in Udny Parish in Grampian Region

  • Chapel Hillock, Moneywells, Udny

    A chapel, often referred to as St Mary's, was established here before the Reformation, although little is known about the history of the chapel. The remains of the chapel are located in the north-east corner of a large cultivated pasture...

    View of the chapel from the south
    5 photos
  • Pitmeddan Church, Udny

    Pitmedden Church was originally built as a Free Church but is now Church of Scotland. It is located on a prominent, raised site, overlooking the centre of Pitmedden village. The church sits within a small plot which has tall walls and me...

    View of the church from the south-west
    21 photos
  • Udny Church Morthouse

    This rare and quite striking building is a 19th century mort-house, a structure used to safely house bodies awaiting burial and protect them from the so-called 'body snatchers' common in Edinburgh and some parts of Aberdeenshire in the e...

    View from the north-west
    2 photos
  • Udny Old Parish Church

    A church was built in Udny Green in replace an older structure called the Chapel of the Holy Trinity and often referred to as Christ's Kirk. The church was built in 1605 in the centre of Udny Green, a small rural village with a large tow...

    One of the tombs on the site of the church
    4 photos
  • Udny Parish Church

    Udny Parish Church is a prominent building overlooking a large village green in the small, rural settlement of Udny-Green. It is at the northern end of the village, close to the local primary school. The church sits in small grounds with...

    View of the church from the south
    23 photos