The Churches of Britain and Ireland
Abbey Church (CoS) on High Street, built as United Presbyterian in 1868. Another view, the doorway, and an interior view. NT 5515 8530. All © Howard Richter (2013). Another interior view, © Steve Bulman (2017). Link1 - see also the history page and the "Milestones" links from there.
Baptist Church on Victoria Road. Built as Blackadder Free Church in 1844. Wikipedia entry on John Blackadder here. The church united with (and moved to) St. Andrew's in 1989, the Baptists moving in in 1994. Two additional views - 1, 2. NT 554 854. All © Howard Richter (2013). Grade B listed.
There have been at least three churches dedicated to St. Andrew in North Berwick. The two earlier churches have both left substantial remains. The
oldest stands on Kirk Ness at NT 554 855, and went out of use when the east end fell into the sea in
1656. There remain some foundations, and the porch, which is
Grade B listed. It says the church porch is possibly 15th century, the church itself being of the 13th.
© Howard Richter (2013).
26 July 2017
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