Falkland Parish Church
|Name||Falkland Parish Church|
|Address||High Street, Falkland|
|Other names||The Established Church (1900s)|
|OS Grid Ref||NO252074|
|Latitude & longitude||56°15'12"N 3°12'29"W|
Falkland Parish Church is a Church of Scotland place of worship, and one of the most prominent buildings in Falkland, situated on the north side of the High Street.
Paid for by Mr & Mrs Onesiphorus Tyndall Bruce, replacing an earlier church on the site.
|HES listing details|
Falkland Parish Church High Street
David Bryce 1849. Early pointed, 4-bay rectangle with 5 bell tower, lucarned and pinnacled broach spire: stugged ashlar, slated.
|Statement of special interest
Ecclesiastical building in use as such.
Organ by William Hill & Son and Norman & Beard, 1930.
- 1898–1912: Rev. A. Lyon Johnston
- 1912 onwards:Rev. J. K. Russell
[...] Very competent, but the grey stone's texture makes it unlovable. Standard mid-C19 Presbyterian rectangle, the bulk disguised by gableted buttresses. Against the S gable, steeple with a lucarned spire, its profile a distinctive feature of the town seen from a distance. Impressive interior. [...]
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