Places of Worship in Kirkden Parish in Tayside Region

  • Bruce Lodge, Friockheim

    This small, simple structure in Friockheim's Gardyne Street is now called Bruce Lodge No. 593, but is a former church (denomination unknown). It is situated in small grounds on the main road through the village, and near to the parish ch...

    Front Elevation
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  • Friockheim and Kinnell Parish Church

    Standing on the corner of Station Road, where the Road divides between Gardyne Street and Millgate, Friockheim's church forms a focal point to the west end of the village. It united with Kinnell Church when this church was closed down (a...

    View from Station Road
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  • Idvies Church, Kirkden

    The Church of Idvies or Edevyn was established as a rectory belonging to the diocese of St Andrews. It was dedicated to St Ruffus or Maelrubha by Bishop David in 1243. The small church stood on land known as Gask in a field commonly refe...

    The site of the church, now in arable farmland
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  • Kirkden Free Church, Friockheim

    Kirkden Free Church was located on the main street through the small village of Friockheim. It was demolished many years ago and later 20th century housing has been built on the site. There is currently no other information about this ch...

    The site of the church in Friockheim
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  • Kirkden Parish Church

    Kirkden Parish Church was demolished some time ago and there are no visible remains today. It stood near to the church's manse, which survives, and was depicted on the Ordnance Survey Second Edition map of 1902. Kirkden manse was built i...