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Angel Light Spiritualist Centre meet at the Moncreiffe Community Centre on Glenearn Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Bible Baptist Church meet at Tulloch Community Centre, Tulloch Terrace. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Burghmuir Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Congregational Church on Kinnoull Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Craigie Parish Church (CoS) on Abbot Street. Another view. Both © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Craigie Reformed Baptist Church on Glover Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Elim Pentecostal Church on Princes Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Gateway Community Church meet at Glenearn Centre on Glenearn Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Kinnoull Parish Church (CoS) on Dundee Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Letham St. Mark's Church on Rannoch Road. Another view. Both © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Marist Sisters on Melville Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Methodist Church on Scott Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Middle Church (CoS) on Tay Street. © Jim Parker (2011).

Moncrieffe Parish Church (CoS) on Glenbruar Crescent. Two further views - 1, 2. All © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

National Spiritualist Church on New Row. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

North Church (CoS) on Mill Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Oasis Church meets in the NCOC Annexe on Glasgow Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Our Lady of Lourdes (R.C.) on Struan Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth Baptist Church on Almond View. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth Christian Fellowship at the National Christian Outreach Centre on Riggs Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth Free Church on Tulloch Terrace. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth Free Presbyterian Church on Pomarium Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth Gospel Hall on Huntingtower Road. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth Riverside Church on Bute Drive. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Perth United Free Church (United Free CoS) on Kinnoull Street. © Jim Parker (2011).

St. Andrew and St. Stephen on Atholl Street. © Jim Parker (2011).

St. John's Kirk (CoS) on St. John's Place. Another view. Both © Jim Parker (2011). Another view, © Chris Stafford (2014), who advises that the church was extensively restored in 1923. Link.

St. John the Baptist (R.C.) on Melville Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

St. John the Baptist (Scottish Episcopal) on Princes Street. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Of the Priory Hospital and Chapel of St. Leonard nothing remains, and even the exact site is uncertain. A plaque on St. Leonards Bank gives a little history. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

The former St. Leonard on King Street is now in commercial use. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

St. Leonard's in the Fields (CoS) on Marshall Place. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

St. Mary Magdalene (R.C., 1959) on Glenearn Road. Another view. Both © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

St. Matthew (CoS) on Tay Street. Another view. Both © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

St. Ninian's Cathedral (Episcopal) on North Methven Street. © Rob Brettle. Three further views - 1, 2, 3, all © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

The former St. Paul on South Methven Street, undergoing conversion to commercial use. Jim advises that it has been closed "for more that 25 years". © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

The former St. Paul's United Free Church on New Row, now Perth and Kinross Society for the Blind - St. Paulís Centre. © Jim Parker (2011).

Salvation Army Citadel on South Street. © Rob Brettle. Another view, © Jim Parker (2011).

Society of Friends at the Subud Centre on St. Leonard's Bank. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Tayside Christian Fellowship on South Street. This was originally the church hall to St. Stephen, which was demolished in 1951. © Jim Parker (2011). Link.

Trinity Church of the Nazarene (Evangelical) on York Place. © Bill Henderson. Another view, © Jim Parker (2011).Link.

Possible former church on Canal Crescent (now in commercial use). Jim suspects this may have been part of the Canal Crescent Chapel. © Jim Parker (2011).

Possible former church on South Street (now a nightclub). Jim suspects this may have been a Baptist Chapel of 1830. © Jim Parker (2011).

Another possible former church, this one on Blackfriars Street. © Jim Parker (2011).

Another possible former church, with a date-stone of 1821. Now in commercial use, Jim thinks it might be the original Secession Church. © Jim Parker (2011).

 

 

 
 

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