The Churches of Britain and Ireland - Ellon

  Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire

Fraserburgh on Wikipedia.


Albert Lane Gospel Hall. Jim Parker (2013).

Assemblies of God on Queens Street. According to this link, it dates from the 1970's. Jim Parker (2013).

Bethesda Evangelical Church on Manse Street. Jim Parker (2013). Link.

Calvary Church on Commerce Street. Jim Parker (2013). Link.

The former Episcopal Church on College Bounds. It was subsequently home to the Baptists until their new church opened in 1878 (see Fraserburgh Baptist Church, below). The building is now occupied by a Funeral Director. Can you advise building or closure dates? Jim Parker (2013). Link.

Fisherman's Mission on Shore Street. Jim Parker (2013).

Fraserburgh Baptist Church (1878) on Victoria Street. Jim Parker (2013). Link1. Link2.

Fraserburgh Community Church on Grattan Place. Jim Parker (2013). Link.

Fraserburgh South Church (1878-80) and Hall stand on Seaforth Street. Both Jim Parker (2013). Link1. Link2.

Fraserburgh U. R. C. on Mid Street. The former church stands adjacent - current status not known. Both Jim Parker (2013). Link.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses on Barrasgate Road. Jim Parker (2013).

The Old Parish Church (1803-4) stands on Barrasgate Road, and replaced an earlier building on the same site. Link1. Link2. The Old Parish Church Centre is nearby. Both Jim Parker (2013).

Our Lady, Star of the Sea and St. Drostan (1897, R.C.)  on Commerce Street. Jim Parker (2013). Link1. Link2.

St. Andrew's 2000 Halls stands on Mid Street. It may just be a community centre - are serviced held here too? Jim Parker (2013).

St. Peter (Scottish Episcopal, 1892) on Charlotte Street. Jim Parker (2013). Link1. Link2.

Salvation Army on Frithside Street. Jim Parker (2013). Link.

West Parish Church (1876-7) on The Hexagon. From an old postcard in Reg Dosell's Collection. Three modern views - 1, 2 (with St. Peter in the background), 3, all Jim Parker (2013). Link1. Link2.


 

 
 

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29 October 2015

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