Buckie, All Saints (Episcopal) on Clunie Square. Buckie North Church (CoS) on Clunie Square. Both © Alex Parker. Link.
Burghead, Church of Scotland. NJ 115 695. Link.
Free Church of Scotland. NJ 115 695. Both © John Mackie.
the Old Kirk, on Old Church Road. © Rev. Wilma Johnston. Another view, © Alex Parker.
Dallas, St. Michael (CoS). NJ 122 521. ©
John Mackie. Link.
Dyke, Church of Scotland. NH 988 582. © John Mackie.
Findhorn, Parish Church (1843). Two interior views -
1, 2. All © Charles Clegg (2011).
Fochabers, Bellie Parish Church on George Street. © Alex Parker.
Hopeman. Baptist Church. Both © Martin Briscoe.
Keith, St. Rufus (CoS) on Church Road. © Alex Parker.
Holy Trinity (Scottish Episcopal) on Seafield Avenue, © John Balaam (2014).
Kinloss, Parish Church (CoS, 1765, enlarged 1855). © Charles Clegg (2011).
the Knockando, Elchies, and Archiestown Parish Church. © Murray Lynn.
Pluscarden, Church of Scotland. Another view.
Pluscarden Abbey. Another view, and two interiors -
Link2. All © Peter Morgan (2014).
Rafford, Church of Scotland. NJ 059 562. © John Mackie.
Another view, © Peter Morgan (2014. Link.
Former Church, now the village hall. Can you identify it? © Peter Morgan (2014).
Tomintoul, Church of Scotland (1826, remodelled 1900); one of Thomas Telford's
churches. NJ 167 191.
Link. Grade B listed. The former
United Free Church. NJ 167 189.
Link, which suggests
a date for construction in the 1840's. This
transcription (see under the second Kirkmichael entry), published in 1846, says that a Free
Church existed. An 1882
gazetteer however, does not mention a Free Church (though other churches are listed). Does this mean that it had already closed by this date? Both ©
Martin Richter (2013). Our Lady and St. Michael (R.C., 1837). © Peter Morgan (2014).
Grade B listed. Described by Peter only as "on
B9008 between Tomintoul and Dalchirach", this church is so far unidentified.
Another view. Both © Peter Morgan (2014).