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Churches in Footdee, Garthdee, Hilton, Kincorth, Mannofield, Mastrick, Mid-Stocket, Middlefield, Northfield, Old Aberdeen, Rosemount, Rubislaw, Sheddocksley, Summerhill, Tillydrone, Torry, Woodside.
 

Aberdeen Christian Fellowship (Baptist) on Union Grove. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Aberdeen Free Presbyterian Church on Alford Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Aberdeen Hebrew Congregation on Dee Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Aberdeen Spiritualist Centre and Healing Sanctuary on Dee Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Aberdeen Unitarian Church on Skene Terrace. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Aberdeen Vineyard Church on John Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Academy Street Baptist Church (1905-1920). Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Bon Accord Spiritualist Church on Fraser Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption (R.C.). on Huntly Street. Jim Parker (2010). Another view, and the tower and spire, both Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Christian Outreach Centre on Bon Accord Crescent. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Church of God, Salem Hall, on Jasmine Terrace. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

City Church (Evangelical) on Gilcomston Park. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

City of God Church on Holburn Street was formerly Holburn Central Church. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

City of Joy Church meets in the Belmont Picturehouse on Belmont Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Crown Terrace Baptist Church, on Crown Terrace. Jim Parker (2010). Link. The local Chinese Christian Church also worships here. Link.

Crown Terrace Methodist Church, on Crown Terrace. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Dee Street Free Church on Dee Street is now a night club. The congregation, which outgrew the church, has met at the Bon Accord Free Church (see above) since 1977. Jim Parker (2010).

Elim Pentecostal Church on Marischal Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Ferryhill North Church (CoS) on Crown Street. The congregation joined with that of the then Ferryhill South Church in 1990, when the latter church was re-named as Ferryhill Parish Church (see below). Jim Parker (2012).

Ferryhill Parish Church (CoS) on Fonthill Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former George Street United Presbyterian Church, on George Street, has been converted into flats. Jim Parker (2010).

Gerrard Street Baptist Church. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Gilcomston Parish Church (CoS) on Summer Street is also known as Denburn Parish Church. It closed in 2002. Jim Parker (2010). The church hall is now used by Gilcomston South Church, and is now known as Gilcomston Den. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Gilcomston South Church (CoS) on Union Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Greyfriars' John Knox Church (CoS, 1903) on Broad Street. It replaced a medieval church on the same site (Kirk of Greyfriars). Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Hebron Evangelical Church on Summer Street. The congregation moved here in 2012 from the Thistle Street premises (below). Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Hebron Evangelical Church on Thistle Street, vacated in 2012. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Holburn Free Church on Justice Mill Lane, now a pub. See also Holburn West Church (below). Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Holburn Gospel Hall on Holburn Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Holburn West Church (CoS) on Ashley Park Drive. Another view. The congregation moved from Holburn Free Church (above) in 1894, and became Holburn West Church in 1929. Both Jim Parker (2010). Link1. Link2 - history here.

The former John Knox Church, on West North Street, has been converted into flats. Jim Parker (2010).

The former John Street Congregational Church, previously Zion Chapel, is now a bar. Jim Parker (2010).

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Skene Street. Jim Parker (2010).

Kings Community Church (Assemblies of God) on King Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Kirk of St. Nicholas Uniting (CoS & U.R.C.), on Union Street. Two further views - 1, 2. All Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Langstane Kirk on Union Street, aka West Church of St. Andrew. Now a casino. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Mission Action Church on Crimond Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Mosque and Islamic Association of Aberdeen on Spital. NJ 940 078. Mehmood Naqshbandi, and reproduced from his website Muslims in Britain. Link.

The former North Church (1828) on King Street was converted into Aberdeen Arts Centre in the 1963 (link). Jim Parker (2012).

Old St. James' Episcopal Church on Crown Street - now business premises. Jim Parker (2010).

Quaker Meeting House on Crown Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Queen Street Church (CoS). Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Redeemed Christian Church of God on Palmerston Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Cathedral on King Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Clement on St. Clement's Street. Jim Parker (2010).

St. Clement's Episcopal Church on Mastrick Drive, Mastrick. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Clement's Gospel Hall. Alan Blacklock.

St. James' Episcopal Church on Holburn Street. Jim Parker (2010). Another view, Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. John the Evangelist (Scottish Episcopal) on St. John's Place. Another view. It can also be seen in the background of the Syed Shah Prayer Hall (below). Both Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Margaret of Scotland (Episcopal) on Gallowgate. Jim Parker (2010). Link.The former St. Nicholas (Congregational) on Belmont Street, now a bar and nightclub. Another view, Jim Parker (2010).

St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church on Justice Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link.

St. Stephen (CoS) on Powis Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Salvation Army Citadel on Castle Street, described by Rob as "one of the finest Salvation Army buildings in the country", which is now (2007) being sold off. Rob Brettle. Another view. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Seventh-day Adventist Church on Dee Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Sisters of St. Mary of Namur on Huntly Street. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

The former South Parish Church (aka St. Nicholas West Kirk House) on Belmont Street is now a bar. Jim Parker (2010).

Syed Shah Mustafa Jame Masjid Prayer Hall on Crown Terrace. Jim Parker (2010).

The Father's House on Caroline Place was formerly Rosemount Church. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link.

The former Trinity Church on Exchange Street, now a cafe. Jim Parker (2010).

The former Trinity Congregational Church on Shiprow is now part of the Aberdeen Maritime Museum. Jim Parker (2010).

The former Trinity United Free Church on Crown Street, now closed. Jim Parker (2010).

Triple Kirks on Schoolhill was built as three separate but adjoining churches, with a common steeple. General view. Built in 1844, the churches were the East, South and West United Free Churches. East Free Church closed in 1976 and is now a bar. Of the West Free Church, only the steeple remains, the church having been demolished in 1980. And most of the South Free Church has also gone, with only the gable-end surviving. All Jim Parker (2010).
 

Footdee
Footdee Gospel Hall on New Pier Road. Jim Parker (2012).

Garthdee
Auchinyell Gospel Church on Auchinyell Road. Jim Parker (2012).
Garthdee Parish Church (CoS) on Ramsey Gardens, linked with Ruthrieston West Church since 2008. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link.
St. Francis of Assisi (R.C.) on Deeside Gardens. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
South Holburn Church (CoS) on Holburn Street. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Hilton
High CHurch Hilton (CoS) on Hilton Drive. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Kincorth
Our Lady of Aberdeen (R.C.) on Cairngorm Crescent. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
South St. Nicholas Kincorth Church (CoS) on Kincorth Circle. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Mastrick
Holy Family Church (R.C.) on Deveron Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Light and Life Gypsy Church on Cairnwell Place is a former Salvation Army hall. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
The former Mastrick Congregational Church on Longwalk Road. It closed in 1999, and is now the Stuart Resource Centre for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Jim Parker (2012).
Mastrick Parish Church (CoS) on Greenfern Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Mannofield
Craigiebuckler Parish Church (CoS) on Springfield Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Mannofield Parish Church (CoS) on Great Western Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Ruthrieston West Parish Church (CoS) on Broomhill Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Mid-Stocket
The former Beechgrove Church on Beechgrove Avenue is being converted into flats. Jim Parker (2012).
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on North Anderson Drive. Jim Parker (2010).
Mid-Stocket Parish Church (CoS) on Midstocket Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link1. Link2.

Middlefield
Middlefield Parish Church (CoS) on Manor Avenue. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Old Middlefield Parish Church (CoS) on Fowler Avenue. Jim Parker (2012).

Northfield
Northfield Parish Church on Byron Crescent. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Northfield United Free Church on Deansloch Crescent. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Old Aberdeen
Aberdeen Mosque and Islamic Centre on Spital Walk. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Aberdeen University Catholic Chaplaincy on High Street.
Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Cathedral Church of St. Machar (CoS) on The Chanory. Two interior views - 1, 2. All
Alan Blacklock. Two further views - 1, 2, both Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Chapel of the Convent of St. Margaret of Scotland on The Spital. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
King's College Chapel on High Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010). Link.
On Dunbar Street is a building presently called St. Machar's Hall. It undoubtedly looks like a church, but was it ever one? Jim Parker (2010).
St. Mary (CoS, 1939) on King Street. Jim Parker (2012). Link1. Link2.
St. Mary's United Free Church on High Street. Jim Parker (2010).
St. Ninian's Episcopal Church on King Street. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
The Mission Church (Evangelical) on St. Machar Drive. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Rosemount
Bon Accord Free Church on Rosemount Viaduct. See also Dee Street Free Church. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
New Life International Church on Leadside Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Rosemount Parish Church (CoS) on Rosemount Place is also known as Rutherford Parish Church. Jim Parker (2010).
St. Mark (CoS) on Rosemount Viaduct. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Rubislaw
The former Melville-Carden Church (CoS) on Carden Place, now used as offices. Jim Parker (2010).
Queen's Cross Parish Church (CoS) on Albyn Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Rubislaw Parish Church (CoS) on Queen's Gardens. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
St. Mary's Episcopal Church on Carden Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Sheddocksley
Sheddocksley Baptist Church on Eday Place. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Summerhill
Fernielea Gospel Hall on Summerhill Terrace. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Summerhill Parish Church (CoS) on Stronsay Drive. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Tillydrone
St. George's Tillydrone (CoS) on Hayton Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Torry
Nigg Parish Church (CoS, 1829) on Nigg Kirk Road stands on the site of a medieval church. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link1. Link2.
Old St. Fitticks Church on St. Fitticks Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Grampian Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
The former St. Peter's Episcopal Church on Victoria Road was closed in the 1990's and converted into housing. The congregation meet in the church hall to the rear. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Salvation Army Hall on Glenbervie Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
The former Torry Church on Victoria Road, now used as a "children's play zone". Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Torry Mission Hall on South Esplanade West. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Torry St. Fittick's Parish Church (CoS) on Walker Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Torry United Free Church of Scotland on Grampian Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Victoria Gospel Hall on Victoria Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Woodside
Former Church (possibly Congregational?) on Great Northern Road. Can you confirm the identification? Jim Parker (2012). My appreciation to Nicola Watson, Assistant Pastor at this church, which she has advised is the former Woodside Congregational Church. Built in 1867, it was successor to The Cotton Chapel, which was built in 1821. The congregation itself was founded in 1818, initially meeting in "The Laird's Hoose". The church went out of use in 1997, and the congregation have met successively in Woodside Primary School, the School for the Deaf (which is now City of God Church - see next entry), Burgh Hall, and now meet in Printfield Portacabin on Printfield Walk, off Clifton Road. Link.
Fountain Gospel Hall on Don Place. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
The former St. John's Church For The Deaf (CoS) on Smithfield Road. Jim advises that the congregation now meet in the Session Room at St. Mark's in Rosemount. The building is in the process of being bought by the City of God Church on Holburn Street. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
St. Joseph (R.C.) on Tanfield Walk. Jim Parker (2012). Link.
The former Woodside North Parish Church, now flats. Jim Parker (2012).
Woodside Parish Church (CoS) on Church Street. Jim Parker (2012).
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