Places of Worship in Urquhart Parish in Grampian Region

  • Garmouth Church

    Garmouth Church was built in the mid 19th century as a Free Church. It is situated close to the centre of Garmouth village, alongside the large hotel and former green. The village is today a quiet, peaceful settlement, with narrow meande...

    View of the former church from the north-west
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  • Old Parish Church of Urquhart

    The old church of Urquhart, which was dedicated to St Margaret, was located in the centre of a fairly large graveyard, on the south-east edge of Urquhart village. There is currently little information about the church and there are no su...

    View of the graveyard and site of the church from the west
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  • Urquhart Former Free Church

    This small former church was originally the parish church of Urquhart, replacing a medieval original, the site of which is close by in the village graveyard to the south. The church stands in small grounds a short distance north of the g...

    View of the church from the west
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  • Urquhart Former Parish Church

    Urquhart Parish Church was built on a new site outwith the village of Urquhart in the mid 19th century. The previous church in the village was abandoned due to its state of decay, but was actually shortly after claimed by the recently fo...

    View of the former church from the south
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  • Urquhart Priory Site, Moray

    Urquhart Priory was founded in around 1136, most likely by David I. It was dedicated to the Holy Trinity and was Benedictine. The priory was united with Pluscarden Abbey in the 1450s and subsequently abandoned. There have been no surface...

    General view of approximately where the priory was located
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