About Scotland's Churches Trust
The website of Scotland's Churches Trust opens the door to Scotland's story by exploring living traditions of faith across the country.
The site is a starting point to access information on Scotland's churches of all denominations and a starting point for your special journeys. You can be assured of a warm welcome when you arrive, not as strangers but as pilgrims and honoured guests.
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The Michael Kirk, Gordonstoun
<p>Reached by footpath from Gordonstoun (the 'silent' walk), this dignified little church was built in 1705 as a mausoleum for 'the Wizard Laird', Sir Robert Gordon, on the site of the ancient Kirk...
The west window of St Ninian's sustained sudden damage. Find out how it was repaired and see pictures of the completed work.
Frequently Asked Questions
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04 Dec 2014
In his Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced a new, one-off grant scheme for roofs and gutters of listed places of worship. Fifteen million pounds is available, for grants of between £10k and £100k. The deadline for applications is Friday 30 January 2015..
22 Sep 2014
The 2014-15 programmes for Positif Organist in Edinburgh, Fife and Inverness & the Highlands are available.
This trust is mainly dependent on support from private individuals, business organisations and all those concerned with maintaining Scotland's valuable architectural and historic heritage.Find out more about how to support us >
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