The Churches of Britain and Ireland

  Peterhead, Aberdeenshire

Peterhead on Wikipedia.

All photos Jim Parker (2013).


The former Antiburgher Hall (1794) on Windmill Street. Link.

Apex Church (Pentecostal) on Chapel Street. Link.

Apostolic Church on Ware Road. Link.

Balmoor Terrace Gospel Hall. Link.

Brethren Meeting Hall on Craignabo Road.

Church of Christ on Merchant Street. Link.

Church of Christ on Pusey Place. Link.

Constitution Street Gospel Hall. Link.

Fisherman's Mission Church on Union Street. Link.

Glendale Road Gospel Hall. Link.

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses (1988) on York Street. Link.

Living Waters Community Church on Windmill Street. Link.

Methodist Church (1865-6) on Queen Street. Link, which has a detailed history, which mentions a number of previous buildings.

Old St. Peter's Church on South Road. Two additional views - 1, 2. Link.

Peterhead Baptist Church on King Street. Link.

Peterhead Congregational Church on Queen Street. Link.

St. Andrew (CoS) on Queen Street. Link.

St. Mary (R.C., 1850-1) on St. Peter Street. Link1. Link2.

St. Peter's Parish Church (1804-6) on Errol Street. Link which explains that the present church was built to replace an earlier one (Old St. Peter's, above), which suffered from subsidence, and was largely demolished.

St. Peter's Scottish Episcopal Church on Merchant Street was built as Peterhead Free Church in 1842. Link.

Salvation Army Citadel on Windmill Street. Link.

Skelton Street Gospel Hall.

Trinity Church (CoS) on St. Peter Street. This church is joined with Trinity Church, Boddam. Link.

York Street Gospel Hall (1983). Link.

Zion Tabernacle Church on Skelton Street.


 

 
 

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01 November 2015

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