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  Kirkcaldy, Fife

Kirkcaldy on Wikipedia.


Churches at Dysart, Pathhead, Sinclairtown.

Abbotshall Parish Church (CoS). Another view, and the church hall. Jim Parker (2010).

Bennochy Parish Church (CoS, originally St. John's Parish Church) on Meldrum Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Calvary Baptist Church meet in the Chapel Neighbourhood Centre on Chapel Road. Jim Parker (2012).

Christian Centre Ministries (Rhema Church) on Links Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Church of Christ on Hayfield Road was Abbotsrood Church of Scotland (1950-1967). Jim Parker (2010). Link1. Link2.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Winifred Crescent. Jim Parker (2010).

Connect Church (Pentecostal) on St. Clair Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The ruin of Dunnikier Union Church on High Street. Jim Parker (2010).

Fife Islamic Centre on Cumbrae Terrace. Jim Parker (2010).

Gospel Hall on Hayfield Road. Jim Parker (2010).

Islamic Centre on St. Mary's Road. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

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

Kirkcaldy Crematorium Chapel on Rosemount Avenue. Jim Parker (2010).

Of the original Kirkcaldy free Church (1843-4) on Tolbooth Street, only a porch remains, the rest was demolished in 1988. A plaque records a little history. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Kirkcaldy Free Church on St. Clair Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Kirkcaldy Methodist Church on St. Clair Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Kirkcaldy Old Kirk on Kirk Wynd. Two further views - 1, 2. All Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Kirkcaldy Spiritualist Centre on Kirk Wynd. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Linktown Church (CoS) on Nicol Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Newcraigs Evangelical Church on Forres Drive. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

Olive Branch Gospel Missions on Commercial Street. Jim Parker (2010).

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour (R.C., from 1872), also known as St. Marie, on Victoria Road. Previously a United Free Church, the Catholics were in St. Mary's Church at this time (see below) Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Raith Church on Links Street, now a children's play area.

St. Andrew (CoS) on Victoria Road. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Bryce Kirk (CoS) on St. Brycedale Avenue, formed on the union of St. Brycedale Church and Kirkcaldy Old Kirk in 2000. Two further views - 1, 2. All Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Bryce Old Kirk (CoS) on Kirk Wynd. Now part of St. Bryce. Two further views - 1, 2. All Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Clair Spiritualist Church holds services in St. Clair Hall on St. Clair Street. The hall was originally the Salvation Army Hall until 1955. Jim Parker (2010). Link1. Link2.

The former St. Columba's Episcopal Church (1906) on Pratt Street, now in secular use. It also served as a Catholic Church from 1946 - 1979. Jim Parker (2011). Link.

St. Marie (R.C.) on Victoria Road was previously a United Free Church. Jim Parker (2010).

St. Mark (Coptic Orthodox) on Links Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church on Dunnikier Road (aka Our Lady of Perpetual Succour) dates from 1869. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Peter (Episcopal) on Townsend Place. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

St. Pius (R.C.) on Broderick Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010).

Salvation Army Hall on High Street. Rear entrance (now the main entrance) on Hill Street. Both Rob Brettle. Another view. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Templehall Parish Church on Beauly Place. Jim Parker (2010).

Torbain Parish Church (CoS) on Lindores Drive. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2012). Link.

The former Unitarian Church on Hunter Street. Built as Unitarian in 1899, it was used for worship only until 1920, when it was bought by the Post Office. Jim Parker (2012). Link.

The former United Free Church on High Street, now a restaurant. Originally Abbotshall Free Church (1875), it was Abbotsrood Church from 1929 until 1949. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

The former Victoria Road United Presbyterian Church on Victoria Road, now flats. Was a church from 1881 until 1901, then until 2003 was used by the Boys Brigade. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Viewforth Parish Church (CoS) on Viewforth Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010).

West End Congregational Church on High Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Whytecausway Baptist Church on Whytecauseway. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Zion Praise Centre on Mitchell Street. Jim Parker (2012). Link.


Dysart
The former Barony Church on Townhead - disused. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010).
Carmelite Monastery on Hot Pot Wynd. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
This is probably the former Dysart Free Church on West Quality Street. It was converted into a Masonic Hall in 1899. Can you confirm this identification? Jim Parker (2010).
Dysart Old Kirk (Parish Church, CoS) on West Port. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010).
Normand Road United Free Church closed in October 2009, and is up for sale (2010). Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010).
The remains of St. Serf on Shore Road. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Pathhead
Pathhead and Dysart Spiritualist Church on Commercial Street. Jim Parker (2012). They also previously held services at Pathhead Halls on Commercial Street. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Pathhead Baptist Church on Anderson Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Pathhead Evangelical Union Congregational Church on Pathhead Court. Another view. Both Jim Parker (2010).
The former Pathhead Gospel Chapel (1899) on Commercial Road. Jim Parker (2011). Link.
Pathhead Parish Church (CoS) on Church Street. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

Sinclairtown
Former Salvation Army hall on Cairns Street East. Building commenced in 1939, but interrupted by the war. It was finally opened in 1955. Rob says it has been badly vandalised. Rob Brettle.
Another view. Jim Parker (2010). Link.
Brethren Church on Church Street. This was originally the church hall for the demolished (1985) Loughborough Road United Presbyterian Church. Jim Parker (2010). Link.

 

 

 
 

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31 October 2015

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